> If you want create some unique IPv6 addresses based on some unique
> IPv4 addresses, the easiest way is to take your prefix and just append
> the IPv4 address;
>> for example, which is a perfectly legitimate IPv4 address.
Just so I am clear here, if I add 2001:770:18:10:: in front of any
IPv4 address I have the correct IPv6 address, is that what you are
saying? If this is the case, should I be bothering with the IPv6toIPv4
conversion? in your opinion?
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