Re: Is anyone working on adding a NAT64 module to Network Manager?

On Fri, 2017-05-05 at 17:17 -0400, John Ioannidis wrote:
I recently saw that the network-manager-equivalent functionality in
MacOS supports setting up one's workstation as a NAT64 gateway, in
the same spirit as "connection sharing". Presumably they put it there
to support development of IPv6-aware apps on their iOS simulator.

It would be nice if NM had similar functionality -- it would mean
that my developers can test their stuff on their
workstations/laptops/etc, instead of having to go to the NAT64/DNS64
lab that I have set up for them.

If anyone is working on this, please let me know.  If not, is this
something that others on this list would welcome, or will I be
greeted with torches and pitchforks? :)



Lubomir recently implemented ipv6.method=shared which uses IPv6 prefix
delegation. He would know better why that implementation was chosen
over NAT64.


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