Your network team is assessing options available to translate IPv6 address to IPv4 addresses. You have focused your attention on the variants of NAT64. One of your requirements is the conservation of IPv4 addresses.
Which of the following versions of NAT 64 helps to conserve IPv4 addresses?
One of the characteristics of stateful NAT64 is that it conserves IPv4 addresses. NAT64 is a version of network address translation that translates IPv6 address to IPv4 and vice versa. It has two variants, stateless and stateful. The following table describes some of the major differences between the two:
NAT64 has neither the variant static nor the variant manual.
Describe IPv6 NAT