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IPv6 is on the marketers radar



In message <AANLkTikTYpAuVaSESNr0rEoTAkfi_Ff5xy5jM-j-wn30 at mail.gmail.com>, Jeff
 Hartley writes:
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 4:00 PM, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> wrote:
> >
> >> It will certainly be entertaining to see what behaviors the various
> >> CPEs default to on the public-facing side. =A0In the NetGear WNDR3700's
> >> case after upgrading its firmware, options were included for:
> >> =A0 Disabled (default)
> >> =A0 Auto-detect
> >> =A0 6to4 Tunnel
> >> =A0 Pass Through
> >> =A0 Fixed
> >> =A0 DHCP
> >> =A0 PPPoE
> >
> > Where is SLAAC?
> >
> > Mark Andrews, ISC
> >
> 
> Based on their tiny bit of surrounding text, apparently that's "Pass
> Through", although that naming choice seems odd to me.  I'd call it
> "native", but we're back to marketing at that point...

SLAAC/PPPoE/DHCP/Fixed are all native.

6to4/6rd/6in4 are all tunnels of one form or another.

I was seeing Pass Through as bridge mode.

DS-lite is also a tunnel.

DNS64 also needs to be added once they workout how to send it to the
the box.  Along with a NAT46.

> I agree with Daniel (above) on the noticeable lack of DS-Lite and/or 6rd.
>   Chicken-and-egg situation regarding the most profitable to implement?
>   Lack of development resources?
>   Coming RSN?
> ...I was surprised to see anything at all, hence the share.
> 
> -Jeff
> 
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