Re: ipv4 and ipv6 Coexistence.

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Fri, 21 February 2020 06:25 UTC

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> Is there any "new" solution that became a standard or in the standard
> track for the IPv4 depletion problem that will allow IPv4 and IPv6 to
> coexist and communicate to each other's in a peaceful way without any
> complications?

no.  ipv6 is still essentially incompatible on the wire with ipv4.

have you tried ds-lite?  you'll love it because you get to fork lift all
cpe and run cgn too!  :)

> From what I see in the real world, IPv4 still dominating and almost
> nobody started using IPv6

expect 312 messages about how wonderfully ipv6 is deploying.  especially
as it has only been out for two years. :)

randy