TSP-TEREDO: Stateful IPv6 over IPv4 Tunnels with NAT using TSP and TEREDO
draft-parent-blanchet-ngtrans-tsp-teredo-00

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Abstract

Teredo [3] is a stateless mechanism to encapsulate IPv6 traffic in IPv4 when there is an IPv4 NAT between the tunnel endpoints. This document enhances Teredo by providing a stateful IPv6 in IPv4 connexion which enables additional features to be used, like permanent IPv6 address or prefixes. It uses the Tunnel Setup Protocol (TSP) [2] to negociate the parameters of the tunnel and identify the NAT translation map. TSP also enables negociation and establishment of prefixes, routing, DNS delegation and other parameters related to the tunnel.

Authors

Florent Parent (Florent.Parent@hexago.com)
Marc Blanchet (Marc.Blanchet@viagenie.ca)

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