I was looking at a Pilot deploment of IPv6 in our Labs.
I was little confused with rgards to what should I use as IPv6 address on Internal Network Infrastructure and hosts.
This is when I jumped across BRKRST-2301 where Shanon McFarland gives some idea on use of IPv6 in the internal.
So what it said is:
1. ULA Only -- Not recommended as NAT 66 solution does not exist <-- Can I use NPT Solution. But it would require same no. of GUA as well.
2. ULA + Global -- More problems with DNS, DHCP and SAS <-- Is this really that difficult ?
3. Global Only -- Recommended but security folks are not ready. <-- I could even not convince some R&S folks for this!!! Even though I am convinced.
Apart from this, if i use a GUA which is not allocated to anyone internally & then NPT it while going outside.
I would like to know your thoughts and what would you recommend to do.