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Due to the lack of IPv4 addresses, IPv6 deployements have recently
gained in importance in the Internet. However even IPv6 only network
deployments usually need connectivity towards the legacy IP (IPv4)
networks. To allow legacy IP and IPv6 devices to communicate with each
other a transition mechanism named ``NAT64'' is usually
deployed. However NAT64 solutions in software often don't reach line
rate. Programmable switches offer a possibility to implement NAT64 in
the network. This master thesis shows the design, feasibility and
scalability of NAT64 on programmable switches.