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Why NAT64 must win. Andy Davidson 27 th Septeber 2012 ______________________________________________________ CTO, 2Connect UK. RIPE65, Amsterdam

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1 Why NAT64 must win. Andy Davidson 27 th Septeber 2012 ______________________________________________________ CTO, 2Connect UK. RIPE65, Amsterdam The Long Term View.

2 Transitional Technology Technology to facilitate transitioning of the internet from its initial and current infrastructure to the successor addressing and routing system of IPv6.

3 Transitional Technology Crappy little hacks that add a new cost burden to ISPs, hurt the end users experience, and disrupt the pace of innovation at content producers. Necessary

4 Necessary Features Sidestep NAT when v6 Turn it off! A step to native v6 Enormous scale

5 Turn it off! This point is key. If we cant turn off the NAT one day, it becomes a new cost of doing business. Transition = temporary.

6 NAT44 – does it pass the test?

7 NAT Buy now, pay later. And later. And later. Is this your vendors preferred solution? Buy now, pay later. And later. And later. Is this your vendors preferred solution? Not transitional.

8 Amazingly, this technology has traction – but even if it could work for access ISPs, what will hosting companies do?

9 Worst of all….. The only possible outcome is more NAT, more boxes, more COST….

10 DS-Lite – does it pass the test?

11 DS-Lite IPv4 Tunnel IPv6 Native Dual Content Dual Content DS-Lite is non-deterministic. Where will dual-stack content be routed? Are you sure? Always? NAT

12 This is where you always want requests from dual-stacked users to go… …. In order to avoid the request traversing your NAT

13 IPv4 IPv6 See GeoffTV, RIPE64

14 So even when content upgrades….. A very likely outcome is more NAT, more boxes, more COST….

15 6rd – does it pass the test?

16 CPE ISP V4 only IPv4 IPv6 6rd gw Here, the isp has to do extra work, but only for IPv6. What happens when IPv6 traffic grows ?

17 CPE ISP V4 only IPv4 IPv6 6rd gw Does this seem counter-intuitive to anyone in the room ?

18 The best possible outcome is.….. Loads and loads of 6rd relays (and complexity, and COST)

19 MAP

20 IPv4 A+P-like Encap V6 V6 native Decap v6 IPv4

21 Better, but.. Does not address exhaustion Pointless without dual stack Risk that you still need more boxes

22 Why is this so hard?

23 NAT64 – does it pass the test?

24 CPE V6 only ISP IPv4 IPv6 NAT64 gw Here the ISP has to translate IPv4 traffic. Its growing today, but what about in the future? Where do we want to end up? Here the ISP has to translate IPv4 traffic. Its growing today, but what about in the future? Where do we want to end up?

25 CPE V6 only ISP IPv4 IPv6 NAT64 gw Nasty performance flashpoint No nasty performance flashpoint … incentive to support IPv6 on content hosts!

26 A genuine step towards native IPv6.

27 The best possible outcome is.….. In time, the NAT64 estate can be reduced or even turned off!

28 But.... The breakages IP Literals End to end v4 apps V4 only hosts

29 Does this mean all transitional tech is flawed?

30 No, it means that we get the internet we deserve Where do we want to be? Provide incentive for dual-stack content/apps Attempt to upgrade end users

31 Any Questions?


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