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spacer.gif   Metronet6
Posted by : forum on Friday, November 03, 2006 - 02:53 PM
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An example of MetroNet6 is as follows. In a U.S. city or town the State Police, Fireman, Hospital 911 Personnel, Local Police, and any other required Local Authorities would have Handheld Devices that would have their own Metropolitan Network (MetroNet6) for Voice, Video, Graphics, Intelligence, Medical, and other forms of data through multimedia communications 24x7x365. This MetroNet6 would emulate a Command Control Center, using Moonv6 www.moonv6.org, over the Internet to an emulated National Homeland Security Office securely for communications updates. The MetroNet6 would support both wireless and wireline technology as the physical medium for communications and the integration of wireless and wireline so either can be used on the MetroNet6. The MetroNet6 would support the ability for a command center to be established in an Ad Hoc manner to communicate with the MetroNet6 Homeland Security force and emulatedNational Homeland Security Office using wireless or wireline communications. In addition, the MetroNet6 over time should be able to add additional Ad Hoc Sub-Networks in as required such as the emulation National Guard, Air Command, or other U.S. Agencies that must connect to the MetroNet6 during a 911 disaster.

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FOR FURTHER INFO CONTACT: Geof Lambert - Chairman, IPv6 Task Force, 916-852-6769
or George Usi - Subject Matter Expert, IPv6 Task Force, 916-484-1111

April 2007 News:

The California IPv6 and North American IPv6 Task Forces are pleased to announce the first physical point of presence for the MetroNet6 network to be located in Sacramento, California. Thanks to project chair George Usi for all his hard work in making this a reality.

More information can be found in the PRESS RELEASE.

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spacer.gif   Innovation & Political Leadership in Emergency & Crisis Management
Posted by : forum on Wednesday, August 09, 2006 - 11:58 AM
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Recent large catastrophes and crisis situations like the Tsunami at the end of 2004 and the Katrina hurricane of September 2005 dramatically showed the importance of communication to prevent the deaths of thousands of people. The global warming and global dimming are a poignant reality now and addressing them is indeed not a trivial task at all fronts. Based on the u-2010 vision, several critical issues and solutions will be discussed: Circle vision: Preparedness, Alert, Response, Recovery, Post-disaster, Prevention & Mitigation; Integrated data, voice and video involved during accidents, emergencies, catastrophes and crises; Real time updated digital directories; Harmonised National standardized Protocols; Virtual crisis centres; Access of government to GSM/UMTS location registers; Access to essential assets; Cellular on wheels over satellite stations; Networking everything over IP (IPv4-IPv6).

Read more: http://europa.eu.int/information_society/istevent/2006/cf/network-detail.cfm?id=523

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spacer.gif   IPv6 Security Technology Paper
Posted by : forum on Friday, August 04, 2006 - 12:54 PM
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IPv6 Security Technology Paper
Version 1.0 July 22, 2006 Primary
Author/Editor: Merike Kaeo
Contributing Authors: David Green, Jim Bound,Yanick Pouffary


As IPv6 networks migrate from lab environments into dependable production systems, we are presented with both the challenge of adapting our Information Assurance (IA) architecture to a new protocol and the opportunity to leverage new features to enhance network security. Native
IPv6 networks will coexist with environments where IPv6 capabilities are introduced into production networks with existing IPv4-based infrastructures. While security of our current production networks must be evolved for IPv6, there are features in IPv6 and new trends in networking
that should lead us to changing security paradigms. End-to-end security between hosts has had limited practicality in IPv4-based networks but is a key feature of IPv6. A return to the end-to-end network model should be architected into any dual stacked transition architecture with careful
consideration for not compromising IPv4 security.
This white paper will enumerate the security advantages which are relevant in today's IPv6 networks and will detail the deployment considerations to effectively design and architect secure IPv6 networks. Please download it
from here: NAv6TF_Security_Report.pdf

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spacer.gif   IPv6 Forum Roadmap Vision 2010
Posted by : forum on Friday, August 04, 2006 - 12:48 PM
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Dear Members,

The IPv6 Forum Officers requested a meeting with the IPv6 Forum Regional Leaders (not Regional Sub Task Forces) and the IPv6 Forum CTO Executive Committee to meet in Las Vegas February 21-23, 2006 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. We had world wide participation and it was quite successful.
What we did is identify the IPv6 Forum mission and focus out to 2010, and the attached report reflects the result and direction. This is a living document and will be updated every six months. The current version is accessible as pdf: here .
We want to thank all the IPv6 Forum Regional Leaders world wide that attended and a special thanks to three key significant contributors as writers to this document Yanick Pouffary, Yurie Rich, and Dave Green. This leadership forum now called "Leaders Forum" put a lot of work and energy into this collaborative effort world wide.



Best to all of you,
/jim and Latif
Latif Ladid President IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.org
Jim Bound CTO IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.org

wwc_ipv6forum_roadmap_vision_2010.pdf

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spacer.gif   OECD Discussion Forum - IPv6 Forum Contribution
Posted by : forum on Monday, May 22, 2006 - 03:14 PM
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The IPv6 Forum has contributed to an OECD discussion within a workshop on the future of the Internet. Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President, and Jim Bound, IPv6 Forum Chief Technology Officer, responded to a number of questions, along with input from Mark Handley, who added "The problem is that addressing is the most fundamental part of the Internet, and it is through addressing (as reflected in routing protocols, etc) that almost all policy is expressed by Internet providers. As we run out of IPv4 addresses, the Internet won't come crashing to a halt. But the technical options will narrow. The effect is that this stiffles what is possible, not only technically, but also from an economic and public policy point of view too."

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spacer.gif   Global Call To Action: Better Safe than Sorry
Posted by : forum on Thursday, October 13, 2005 - 12:03 PM
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The IPv6 Forum releases a new study on the Internet Address space consumption produced by Tony Hain, North American IPv6 Task Force Technology Director and IPv6 Forum Fellow. This study demonstrates unequivocally that the address space is melting like ice under the heat of the sun despite strict conservation and assignment measures. We are running into the brick wall a lot faster than assumed by previous studies. 2008 seems to be the year when the Internet address space becomes very hard to get. This fact prompts the IPv6 Forum to send a serious call to action to its members and to the global Internet community to get ready for IPv6 transition prior to that date to benefit from technology refresh and smooth transition planning.

Also see: http://www.tndh.net/~tony/ietf/ipv4-pool-combined-view.pdf

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spacer.gif   IPv6: a New Internet Age
Posted by : forum on Thursday, October 13, 2005 - 11:50 AM
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A new white paper on IPv6 has been produced as a special edition by France Telecom R&D, and has been endorsed by the IPv6 Forum. Tayeb Ben Meriem, Head of France Telecom R&D Division IPv6 Skills Centre, explains the document: "A vast range of simpler and more secure Internet services will soon be available anywhere, carried by all fixed and mobile networks. A horde of communicating machines will work for us at home, at the office, in our cars. Only the IPv6 protocol can fulfill this promise."

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Posted by : forum on Thursday, October 13, 2005 - 11:31 AM
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The TAHI project is now writing a test specification and develpoing a test tool for DHCP for IPv6 (DHCPv6). The suite will encompass the apprpriate IETF RFCs (3315, 3633, 3646 and 3736) which include full and stateless DHCPv6. With commercial DHCPv6 implementations emerging, the availability of such a test tool will be welcomed. At the time of writing alpha code is being produced.


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spacer.gif   IPv6 Appli Contest 2005
Posted by : forum on Thursday, October 13, 2005 - 11:14 AM
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The IPv6 Promotion Council of Japan has announced that their IPv6 Appli Contest will be run again in 2005, which will be its third year. The purpose of the contest is to cultivate ideas and address needs for a next generation network society centered on IPv6 and to provide an opportunity for the next generation application developers to gain experience in IPv6. There are two entry categories. Awards, prize money, application procedures and schedules applying to each are slightly different, the Idea Category and the Implementation Category. Entry registration and submission is now open for both.

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spacer.gif   About the IPv6 Forum CTO Executive Committee
Posted by : forum on Wednesday, August 24, 2005 - 04:25 PM
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IPv6 Forum CTO Jim Bound explains the purpose of the IPv6 Forum CTO Executive Committee.


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IPv6 Forum president Latif Ladid offers a welcome and introduction to the IPv6 Forum.
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  Jim Bound
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Jim also led an IPv6 Forum's CTO Executive Committee.

In Memoriam Jim Bound

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