Re: [v6ops] discussion of transition technologies

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Subject: Re: [v6ops] discussion of transition technologies
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Hi Lee/All,
Was talking to a couple of people about the spreadsheet, and we don’t think the entry for Verizon Wireless is correct i.e. I don’t think DS-Lite is used for mobile. Is this a typo/error? Or can someone expand on this usage?
Thanks,
Nick

From: v6ops [mailto:v6ops-bounces@ietf.org] On Behalf Of Lee Howard
Sent: 19 January 2018 20:16
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Subject: [v6ops] discussion of transition technologies


The WG Chairs were discussing the various transition technologies at some length today.
I mentioned a previous conversation in another forum that led to this list of networks and their mechanisms:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ksOoWOaRdRyjZnjLSikHf4O5L1OUTNOO_7NK9vcVApc/edit#gid=0
(Corrections and additions encouraged, especially with links)

Our impression was that of the 26+ transition mechanisms defined, only a few have any modern relevance (editorial comments are mine, not consensus positions):
6rd.   It may be that its light is waning, with early deployments moving to native IPv6, and no new deployments.
DS-Lite.   Widely deployed, existing support among home gateway manufacturers.
NAT64/464xlat.   Implies NAT64, SIIT, which may be used elsewhere. Handset CLATs. No home gateway CLAT yet.
MAP-T.   Announced trials and lots of buzz, but no large-scale deployments, no home gateway support yet.
MAP-E.   Some buzz, no announced trials or deployments, no home gateway support yet.
Native dual-stack.   Still the gold standard, but doesn’t solve IPv4 address shortage.

(Note that “yet” may change at any time).
As a matter of discussion, do you agree?
To guide our work, is there work we should do to document or deprecate any of these?

Thanks,

Lee