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Is NAT66 really not used when there are all these apps exposed by public load balancers?

TLDR; your load balancer could be performing a NAT-like behavior by terminating the client connection and placing the request into a new IPv6 connection to a backend in case of geographically ...
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Is NAT66 really not used when there are all these apps exposed by public load balancers?

In general there are two main approaches to network level load balancing. The first is to have the load balancer perform translation of the destination address. Return packets must then be passed ...
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