NAT64 is even worse for applications than NAT44, so that is probably a last resort. Typically it's only used by people who have no last mile v4 transit, e.g. at an LTE4 cellphone network head end. If you have a public IPv4 address for the outside of yout firewall, can you get an IPv6 allocation of a /48 or better with native routing from your ISP and go with classic dual-stack v4 + v6? If not, nag your ISP; it's 2013 and the IPv4 experiment is supposed to be ending.
I have native v6 and thus no incentive to do R&D on NAT64, so alas, I can't answer your original question.
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