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Information about ipv612c

Published on April 8, 2008

Author: Mattia

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"Migration to IPv6 - Software Support for Networks and Devices":  "Migration to IPv6 - Software Support for Networks and Devices" IPv6 - Introduction:  IPv6 - Introduction Features of V6 Advantages of V6 V4-V6 Comparison Transition Mechanisms Sample V6 Applications and Devices MIP Home Network Software Solutions - Overview Features,Advantages,Scalability,Standards Future Development Directions IPv6 - Features:  IPv6 - Features V6 Addresses Unicast Address LinkLocal SiteLocal Anycast Address Multicast Address Neighbor Discovery Address Resolution Address Autoconfiguration IPv6 - Features:  IPv6 - Features Router Discovery Neighbour Unreachability Detection Redirect Native Security Authenticity – Authentication Header Confidentiality - ESP Header Tunnel Mode & Transport Mode Path MTU Discovery IPv6 - Features:  IPv6 - Features Transition Mechanisms Dual stack Mechanism Configured Tunnels Automatic Tunnel Jumbograms Packets of size more than 64k V6 Over ethernet Ethernet type code 86dd Advantages of IPv6 :  Advantages of IPv6 128 bit Address space V4 Address depletion Every Node can have a unique IP address NAT translations – unnecessary Addressing & Routing Hierarchical Addressing TLAs – Telecommunication Service Providers NLAs – ISPs SLA – Site Reduction in Routing table entries Advantages of IPv6 :  Advantages of IPv6 Streamlined V6 Header Primary V6 Header Fixed length of 40 Extension Headers PMTU Support Mandatory Host Configuration Plug and Play Stateless Address Auto-Configuration Router Discovery Advantages of IPv6 :  Advantages of IPv6 Native Security AH & ESP Headers Native Mobility Support Direct routing V4-V6 Comparison :  V4-V6 Comparison Transition Mechanisms – Dual Stack:  Transition Mechanisms – Dual Stack Transition Mechanisms – Tunneling:  Transition Mechanisms – Tunneling Transition Mechanisms – Tunnel Broker:  Transition Mechanisms – Tunnel Broker IPv6 Applications - MIP:  IPv6 Applications - MIP IPv6 Applications - MIP:  IPv6 Applications - MIP Native Support for MIP Direct Routing No need for reverse tunneling No foreign Agent Native Security Stateless Auto-configuration IPv6 Applications – Home-network:  IPv6 Applications – Home-network Home Appliances TVs , VCD players Refrigerators Switch Boards Microwave Oven CC Camera etc.., IPv6 Applications – Home-network:  IPv6 Applications – Home-network Plug and Play IP address for every node Native G/W (router) discovery support Stateless Auto Address Configuration No DHCP ( lesser memory) No Manual intervention Native Mobility and security support Software Solutions - FutureIPv6:  Software Solutions - FutureIPv6 FutureIPv6 - Features:  FutureIPv6 - Features Support for Unicast, multicast & anycast addresses IPv6 Packet forwarding Support for all extension headers Neighbor Discovery UDP Over IPv6 TCP Over IPv6/IPv4 Path MTU discovery Jumbogram Support FutureIPv6 - Features:  FutureIPv6 - Features RIPng Interface based enabling Triggered Updates Split Horizon/Poison reverse Redistribution of static routes Ipsec Modes – Transport & Tunnel Protocols – ESP & AH Algorithms HMAC- MD5,Keyed –MD5,HMAC – SHA,DES CBS,NULL FS Dual Stack - Architecture:  FS Dual Stack - Architecture FutureIPv6 - Advantages:  FutureIPv6 - Advantages Pre-integrated with IPv4, TCP,SLI Pre – Ported to Nucleus, (VxWorks, OSE) Quality documentation feature sheet, product spec, design, porting guide, resource estimates, test plans Tested - unit, integration, system and interop tests Deliverables C-source-code, feature sheet, product spec, design, porting guide, free 90-day support (phone/fax/email) Technical Support from India Supported by services - projects, consultancy FutureIPv6 – Advantages:  FutureIPv6 – Advantages Tested against UNH test plan Interoperability tested with LINUX Free BSD 6-Bone network TAHI KAME FutureIPv6 – Scalability:  FutureIPv6 – Scalability Max. Address per interface – 20,000 Max. Route Entries - 30,000 Max. ND Cache Entries - 20,000 Max. PMTU entries - 5000 Max. Tunnels - 10,000 Max. Ipsec Entries - 10,000 FutureIPv6 – Road Map:  FutureIPv6 – Road Map Embedded Dual Stack – Available Compact Version – Available Tiny Version – May 2002 PPP support – June 2002 IKE Support – April 2002 Mobility Support – April 2002 OSPF support – On Roadmap BGP support – On Roadmap Slide25:  THANK YOU

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