For Service Providers, CGNAT is a Lifecycle Strategy

Preserving IPv4 Infrastructure and Transitioning to IPv6

Modern consumers want the latest and greatest. They want more bang for their buck. And they want it now. Patience is a rare commodity in the always-on digital world.

And for service providers, that presents a unique set of challenges. They want to deliver the services their customers demand, and need the agility and infrastructure to do so. But the architectures to achieve that were bulky and cost-prohibitive.

“CGNAT isn’t a Capability; it’s a Lifecycle Strategy”
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That, coupled with the looming need to transition from IPV4 to IPV6 to maintain growth and business continuity, has service providers in a unique position: they need to make decisions now that affect the short-term, while preparing for the long-term.

Service providers require a solution that delivers a set of carrier-grade network address translation (CGNAT) capabilities along with a migration path to IPV6, and one that must also address the entire lifecycle of this important transition.

In this complimentary white paper, “CGNAT isn’t a Capability; it’s a Lifecycle Strategy,” you’ll get an overview of the various components required to for a complete CGNAT and IPV6 migration solution, which includes the entire lifecycle of the transition to IPV6.

This paper will empower you to attack the tectonic shifts occurring today, while future-proofing for whatever tomorrow may bring.

Andrew Hickey
January 4, 2017

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Andrew Hickey serves as A10's editorial director. Andrew has two decades of journalism and content strategy experience, covering everything from crime to cloud computing and all things in between. READ MORE