What is correct in relation to NAT for IPv6?
- Dual stack is an example of implementation of NAT for IPv6.
- NAT64 has been deprecated by IETF in favor of NAT-PT.
- It is a temporary mechanism to assist in the migration from IPv4 to IPv6.
- It is used to convert private IPv6 addresses to public IPv6 addresses.
Explanation: Refer to curriculum topic: 9.2.5
NAT for IPv6 is a temporary measure to aid in the move from IPv4 to IPv6. NAT64 is replacing NAT-PT. Dual stack is a method for running IPv4 and IPv6 on the same network.
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