Posted Jul 23, 2011 19:39 UTC (Sat) by baldur (guest, #77305)
In reply to: IPv6 NAT by Cyberax
Parent article: IPv6 NAT
Your HP printer only needs one manually configured address: The ULA. This is the same with or without NAT.
Address preference is set by the router (RA option).
ULA address in the DNS works the same with or without NAT.
Mobile IPv6 would require extra software on the clients yes. But not on these embedded devices, printers, etc, that are not supposed to be public available anyway. There is Linux support btw: http://www.umip.org/
You are overlooking the more powerful alternatives: