What are IPv6 ULAs?

What are IPv6 ULAs?

  • a method of translating IPv6 addresses into IPv4 addresses
  • a private IPv6 address range used for communication within a local site
  • any device that can run both an IPv6 and an IPv4 protocol stack simultaneously
  • tunneling protocols that allow two IPv6 networks to communicate across an IPv4 network

Explanation: IPv6 unique local addresses (ULAs) are a range of private addresses, similar to RFC 1918 addresses, which can be used to address endpoints in a local network. They are not meant to be routable on the Internet.

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