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I'm a PhD student in the School of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow. I'm interested in large-scale Internet measurements, with a focus on network address translation and the DNS.

Measuring NAT64 Usage in the Wild

Measuring NAT64 Usage in the Wild

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With IPv4 address space depleted, it's increasingly important to transition to IPv6. IPv6 transition mechanisms, which allow the two protocols to interoperate, can help. One such mechanism is NAT64. We use RIPE Atlas to measure the usage of NAT64, and compare NAT64 paths to native IPv4 paths.

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