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Re: draft for Translator discussion
I'm sure I'll be derided for eternity and my eat my words, but at the
moment it looks like the old NAT-PT (2766, iirc) works just fine for
my deployment/transition needs (for IPv6-only corporate networks).
My boss is in IPv6-only(NAT-PTed) network and has several problems:
- he cannot use Google cache and not a small number of web pages,
because IPv4 address is embedded in URL.
- he cannot use MSN messenger, because the protocol isn't IPv6 enabled.
- he cannot use Skype and other several softwares, because the protocol
or software probably don't support IPv6.
IMHO, I agree with Miyata-san in that NAT-PT itself maynot be evil
iff it is placed in the right place and situation.