Watch: How to Conserve IPv4 with Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT)
Gain Needed Time to Transition to IPv6
IPv4 Conservation strategies using Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT)
If you are a Service Provider that hasn't yet transitioned to IPv6, you should start developing plans on how to handle IPv6 traffic. If IPv4 addresses are getting tight, there is still time to plan. Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT) is a robust solution that allows you to conserve your IPv4 addresses while seamlessly making the transition to IPv6.
You will learn:
- The state of IPv4 and why IPv6 is needed for the future
- Challenges for Service Providers in making the transition to IPv6
- Strategies for conserving IPv4 addresses that will gain the time needed to migrate to IPv6