AFTR (Address Family Transition Router) is the latest product in ISC's family of open source Internet infrastructure products. Developed in concert with Comcast, AFTR 1.0 is intended to ease the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 by allowing legacy IPv4 end sites such as home PCs to interact with IPv4 content providers and services over an IPv6 carrier infrastructure. As with ISC's other products, as the Dual Stack Lite protocol evolves, AFTR will strive to remain an up to date reference implementation as well as a robust enterprise grade router technology.
AFTR is available for free download under the terms of the ISC License, a BSD style license.
For more information on AFTR, please explore the documentation and links:
Our ability to maintain AFTR and be actively involved in furthering core Internet protocols is directly dependent on community subsidy and participation. Please consider supporting us by joining the AFTR Forum, part of ISC's Software Guild.
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