I've been looking for some answers into this. My ISP has recently forced more and more people into CGNAT on IPv4. It used to be the case where if you needed something like remote access for your home CCTV system, they would bring you back to an internet facing IP. However, now they just flat out say nothing can be done - and if you want a proper IPv4 adress, you'd need to sign up to their business plan (where you'd need an official business permit for).
I would like to know how this would affect CAKE with the
nat dst/srchost option? Should I remove this? Half my current internet traffic is by IPv6 right now. However, I do notice that my IPv4 flows are completely uncontrolled (esp. torrent traffic, whereas they were controlled before). I am using act_ctinfo and connmark-dscp as well.