From: "Charles E. Perkins" <charliep(_at_)iprg(_dot_)nokia(_dot_)com>
If we get to a model where large new domains use IPv6 addressing
with NAT to global IPv4 address space, that would be quite useful.
Before too long, services will appear on the IPv6 network that
can't get the IPv4 global addresses they need.
I asked my friends who manages corporate network - "how long" ?
He answered - "why ? I have 3 big outside servers and 1000 desktops.
I need only 5 not NATted Internet addresses and 128 NATted...
And NAT is very power security firewall for me - I don't need to
keep eye on desktops!"
- Leonid Yegoshin, LY22