Florian Weimer wrote: > * Leen Besselink: > >> Just a quick question, will the DNS-ALG/DNS64  or something >> similair be part of the official release at some point ? > > I guess all systems on which Unbound runs are dual-stack, so this type > of translation appears to be unnecessary (at the DNS level). The > application can just use IPv4 sockets, and the kernel will treat this > traffic according to the configured routing policy. > I think it depends, eventually less and less IPv4-addresses will be available and thus we'll get a lot more different situations, where unbound with it's IPv4-address might be further away from the hosts that query it, more centralized. Also what if people just want a simple modern network with just IPv6-addresses for simple(r) management ? If you use IPv4, most of the time, you're doing NAT anyway, might as well (if it works well enough, for you, which it might not for a lot of people) use NAT-PT or something similair. I don't know what kind of things will develop. I did see the project at  was/is also partly funded bij NLnet Labs and it's a patch to Unbound so I thought it might merge eventually.