As an ISP you are allowed to hand out my DNS64 addresses to your
customers as long as you comply with the following requirements:
The customers must have agreed to terms which does not permit
the use of the connection to abuse my NAT64 pool or abuse any
servers through the NAT64 pool.
Each customer must have been given a static IPv6 range from
which the client addresses they use to access the NAT64 pool
The whois data for the IPv6 range must contain accurate
contact information for you (the ISP) including an email
address to which abuse can be reported. Including information
about the customer is optional.
You can hand out my DNS64 addresses to your customers using
router-advertisements, DHCPv6, or by other means.
I cannot provide guarantees about bandwidth availability.
Howeever there is a few pieces of information you can provide me
in advance to improve the chances that I'll be able to
accommodate your traffic:
- An estimate on the number of users.
- An estimate on the amount of NAT64 bandwidth needed.
Contact information for at least two of your IPv6 transit
I will share your estimates with the transit providers unless
you explicitly ask me not to.
If I have to prioritize traffic due to capacity reasons the
following criteria will be taken into account in guiding my
decisions on who to prioritize and who to throttle:
ISPs who have provided the information requested on this page
will take precedence over those who have not.
ISPs who have no IPv4 addresses will take presedence over
those who have IPv4 addresses.
ISPs who do not host IPv4-only services will take precedence
over those who host any IPv4-only services.
If you wish to have DNS64 hosted on your own network you can
provision an Ubuntu 18.04 machine (virtual or physical) on which
I can operate a DNS64 server which will hand out addresses using
my NAT64 pool.