[ipv6hackers] Is there a telecom company which adpated IPv6 network on LTE?
gary at baribault.net
Wed May 29 19:29:15 CEST 2013
If you have a private V4 address no contact can be initiated
incoming from the net to your phone, your phone has to initiate. If you
have a public v4 or v6 IP, then anyone on the net can initiate contact
directly with your phone. I think that's what the OP meant.
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On 05/29/2013 01:17 PM, Owen DeLong wrote:
> My smart phone is working perfectly fine with public IPv6 /64. So far, it does not appear to be a security problem.
> I receive a /64. My IPv4 is NAT sometimes and sometimes public (depends where I am located).
> I think the security issues are the same whether or not NAT.
> On May 28, 2013, at 23:27 , 김무성 <disaster at sk.com> wrote:
>> One of advantage which deploy ipv6 network on telecom is that all smart-phone can have a public IPv6 address.
>> But it cause security problem that hacker can attack smart-phone directly.
>> If deploy a NAT6/6 or NAT6/4 device for security, availability of ipv6 is low
>> And have to have ALG (Application Layer Gateway) device for providing service. (ex, SIP ALG for VoIP on LTE, etc)
>> Is there a solution that use public IPv6 address on smart-phone and strengthen security?
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