[Cerowrt-devel] I got ipv6 on my cell tether this morning

David P. Reed dpreed at deepplum.com
Tue Jan 28 14:03:17 EST 2020

Good grief, can't we kill off NAT? IPv4.01 isn't IPv6.

What does the other end think your IPv6 source address is? Can your tethered systems pass addressable endpoints to the other end, and expect them to work? Or will there be STUN6/TURN6 needed to do, say, WebRTC peering?

On Tuesday, January 28, 2020 12:51pm, "Michael Richardson" <mcr at sandelman.ca> said:

> Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> wrote:
>     > I got a new phone for christmas, and was surprised to see I finally had an
> IPv6
>     > allocation on my tether. More surprising was seeing fc:: used... and
>     > while my laptop
> Sounds like your phone has decided to use NAT66, as fc:: is a ULA.
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