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Re: Access to the IPv4 net for IPv6-only systems, was: Re: WG Action: Conclusion of IP Version 6 (ipv6)

  • From: Eliot Lear
  • Date: Thu Oct 04 07:39:56 2007
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Iljitsch van Beijnum wrote:
>> That isn't actually true.  I could move to IPv6 and deploy a NAT-PT
>> box to give my customers access to the v4 Internet regardless of
>> whatever the rest of the community thinks.
> And then you'll see your active FTP sessions, SIP calls, RTSP
> sessions, etc fail.

Somehow we made it work for v4.  How did that happen?