[AusNOG] Commercially available CPE that supports 464XLAT
JORDI PALET MARTINEZ
jordi.palet at consulintel.es
Sun Feb 24 11:36:36 EST 2019
It will be good if you name the concrete model. I was not aware of that and I'm very interested.
Responding to Damian, in this article I summarize the panel that I organized a couple of years ago in APNIC, there are also videos.
The vendors present can offer firmware versions with the support, but at the time being is not the standard one. Ask your contacts in those vendors to escalate, because in some countries, I know by personal experience, they aren't getting the info ...
Hopefully this will change soon, as this document:
Is already approved and in the RFC editor queue to turn it into an RFC (I guess is a matter of few weeks).
I strongly suggest everyone to point their vendors to this document and include it in RFQs, etc.
If you want to test with a good open source implementation, either the NAT64 or the CLAT, I use Jool in my trainings.
De: AusNOG <ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net> en nombre de Craig Askings <craig at askings.com.au>
Fecha: domingo, 24 de febrero de 2019, 5:23
Para: Damian Ivereigh <damo at launtel.net.au>
CC: "ausnog at lists.ausnog.net" <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net>
Asunto: Re: [AusNOG] Commercially available CPE that supports 464XLAT
I think the newer Huawei CPE can (not the 658 )
> On 23 Feb 2019, at 4:21 pm, Damian Ivereigh <damo at launtel.net.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone know of a commercially available CPE router that supports 464XLAT (i.e. the 464CLAT part)? From what I have found only openwrt seems to support it. This is surprising given that the technology has been around for a long time - T Mobile in the US have used it to allow their network to become IPv6 only over 4 years ago. There is a reasonably mature open source implementation of it etc etc.
> We are using CGNAT (NAT444) at the moment and I am over it - it breaks so many things that can't handle the double nat involved. The great thing about 464XLAT over (say) DSLite is that you can remove IPv4 completely from the core network and you end up with just one IPv4 nat between the customers home device (XBox etc) and the internet - which most applications can handle OK.
> I remember David Woolley from Telstra gave an interesting talk at the last AusNOG meetup (2018) where they had implemented 464XLAT with great success for their 4G failover. I am not sure what manufacturer they used - Sagemcom? - I think they had to get them to produce a special build. Is there a copy of his presentation anywhere?
> So far I have spoken to D-Link and Netcomm and pretty much just got a blank look.
> Would also be very interested in anyone who has managed to get 464XLAT into production.
> I think it is worth having a discussion on this, so probably reply back to the list.
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