IPv6 has a much larger number of available addresses than IPv4 which allows all Internet-connected devices to have public addresses and outmodes floating IPs and NAT used with IPv4.
Pan-Net NFVI fully supports IPv6 and dual stack applications, including
Stateful autoconfiguration where an IPv6 address is assigned by DHCP
Stateless autoconfiguration using the EUI-64 addressing process (SLAAC)
Multiple addresses per interface
Networking based on IPv6 provides advantages over IPv4 such as
More efficient routing and packet processing due to shorter routing tables and omitted router checksum verification
Simplified network configuration by increased flexibility and auto-configuration capabilities
Stronger security through native IPSec support
Pan-Net tenants support IPv6 networking out-of-the-box. To use it, it is necessary to obtain IPv6 addresses from an ISP and configure DNS with necessary records. In a tenant, networks and subnets are configured for single IPv6 stack or dual stack addressing with OpenStack commands.
More information can be found under Concepts in IP addressing