Thus spake lordchariot@earthlink.net (lordchariot@earthlink.net) on Mon, Jul 25, 2005 at 08:12:58PM -0400:
>
> What about when IPv6 becomes predominant on the net?


I wouldn't worry about this too much for businesses in the US.

> Am I mistaken that there doesn't seem to be any concept of NAT in the IPv6
> specs?


The idea of ipng was to learn from our mistakes.

However, either 1) NAT for ipv6 will be created, 2) PI address space becomes
a reality, or 3) an elegant to deal with hosts w/ multiple addresses bound to
an interface. Any of those is a long ways off at this point.

You may be interested in reading:
http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/...ops-nap-01.txt

Dale

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Dale W. Carder - Network Engineer
University of Wisconsin at Madison
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