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We haven't found that to be the case. Someone pointed out Steam, which is one example of IPv4-only software that won't even work with NAT64. Our one other example is anything coded in Visual Basic 6, since the runtime never supported IPv6 before it was discontinued. It's from 1998, though, so understandable. All other application software running on machines with IPv6 in our environment, is working on IPv6, currently. There's a bit more here..
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Unfortunately I've found some P2P programs that don't work under IPv6, like Deluge, EiskaltDC++ or the Ed2k/Kademlia network.
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