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 In my country, Italy, Sky (the satellite TV provider) became an ISP and started with a dual-stack network, but it's planning to switch to IPv6-only by the end of the year and you need a router supporting MAP-T to access their network.

There is a failry new law in Italy that allows a customer to use any router they want with their ISP, but as far as I know only the router provided by Sky, and OpenWrt, support MAP-T among consumer routers. It may be a good idea to support MAP-T since not many routers support it right now.

Would Keenetic be interested in implementing MAP-T?

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54 minutes ago, Le ecureuil said:

Interesting idea, but we need example set of settings.

In their configuration page they just say this:

  • IPoE IPv4/IPv6 protocol
  • NAT: MAP-T Mapping of Address and Port, Translation mode (RFC7599)

I will post more information when they make the switch or if they release new information.

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