Or if you are using Cisco go here: http://lisp4.cisco.com/index.html
The Linux implementation (which seems less mature): https://github.com/aless/
The available NAT66 solutions do not seem to be any more mature than LISP. Since LISP is so far superior I can not imagine the world taking on NAT66 at a greater scale. I would therefore expect little or no application support for NAT66 and a world of hurt for those that follow that ill path. There for sure are zero applications today that handles NAT on IPv6 (using STUN to figure out the real IP address and all that jazz).
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