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Re: IPV6 in enterprise best practices/white papaers
From: "Miquel van Smoorenburg" <mikevs () xs4all net>
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2013 22:36:10 +0100

In article <xs4all.12519635.4213.1359489253787.JavaMail.root () benjamin baylink com> you write:
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From: "Doug Barton" <dougb () dougbarton us>

Depends on how big your "deployment" is. For a small office -- say,
100 PCs or less; something that will fit in what I will catch schidt
for referring to as a "Class C" :-) -- with a single current
generation consumer market edge NAT router, then yes, in fact, you
Just Plug It All In.

Well sure, but the same would be true for the equivalent IPv6

Is that in fact true?  My takeaway from watching NANOG the last 8 years 
is that it doesn't always work like that.

That's how it works for all our customers: they plug in the consumer
market edge IPv4 NAT + IPv6 router we send them, and they have IPv4 + IPv6
and often don't even realize it.


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