Oct
18

It is time now for us to wrap up this series on IPv6 transition techniques (in the scope of the R&S CCIE Written and Lab exam). For this final part, we turn to an existing blog post from our own resident genius, Petr Lapukhov. I edited his post to ensure we mere mortals could understand it. :-)

Here are the links for all the posts in the series:

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 1: Manual Tunnels

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 2: GRE/IPv4 Tunnels

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 3: 6to4 Tunnels

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 4: ISATAP Tunnels

IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 5: NAT-PT

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2 Responses to “IPv6 Transition Mechanisms Part 5: NAT-PT”

 
  1. ospfv2 says:

    the links for part 1-5 are not working, please fix it. thx

 

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