Your company has implemented IPv6 addresses and routing on every host, server, and router. Recently, your company acquired another company that has an IPv4 addressing scheme for its entire network. The acquired company's network does not have any support for IPv6. You need to devise a method so that the IPv6 hosts in your company can seamlessly communicate with the IPv4 hosts of the acquired company's network. You do not want to install any additional routers, and you want minimum configuration changes on the networks. Which of the following is the best method to allow communication between the IPv4 and IPv6 hosts?
- A: Embedding IPv6 packets into IPv4 packets
- B: Translating IPv4 addresses to and from IPv6 addresses
- C: Configuring IPv6 on the hosts and routers in the IPv4 network
- D: ConfiguringIPv4 on the hosts and routers in the IPv6 network