IPv6 NAT from a webhosting perspective - AWS Managed Services by Anchor
IPv6 is something that’s been coming for a long time now, to address the shortage of IPv4 addresses. If you’re not familiar with the problem, it goes like this: Networked devices need addresses to find and talk to each other. When the internet was invented there was capacity to address up to 4 billion devices. We’re now running out of addresses for all the networked devices in the world. There are two established technological ways out of this problem: Be frugal and share addresses, this is called NAT Move to a system with capacity for many more addresses, this new system is called IPv6. It’s not compatible with the old IPv4 system, but it gives us about 50 octillion addresses for every person on the planet NAT is a really...
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