Re: [v6ops] Happy eyeballs suggestions, was: Re: Apple and IPv6, a few clarifications

Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch@muada.com> Mon, 13 July 2015 13:04 UTC

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On 22 Jun 2015, at 16:33, Iljitsch van Beijnum <iljitsch@muada.com> wrote:

> About the test DNS64/NAT64 implementation:

> Obviously the test network isn't a "real" NAT64 test network when there's no native IPv6 present. And obviously there's no easy way to have native IPv6 materialize out of thin air. But someone who wants to test more thoroughly may want to get native IPv6 or set up a tunnel broker tunnel. It would be nice if the test NAT64 setup could work with that, so the devices on the test network can connect to IPv6 destinations over IPv6 and IPv4 destinations through the NAT64.

> Basically, what's needed for this is that if the interface in question is configured with "real" IPv6 addresses, those are kept and the prefix in question is advertised in RAs.

See here for a workaround, although I can't seem to figure out these disappearing default routes:

http://www.muada.com/2015/07-13-taking-apples-nat64-implementation-for-a-spin.html