NAT-PT really needs to be wiped off the face of the earth. It provides
all of the disadvantages of IPv4+NAT with all of the transition costs of
IPv6. If there is ever any significant penetration of NAT-PT, then the
pseudo-IPv6 network will not be able to support any more kinds of
applications than the NATted IPv4 does today.
i tend to agree, but in rfc-index.txt i could not find the change of
state to "Historic". what happend to very similar (and much more evil
IMHO) transition technology, SIIT?
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