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Tsunami overview
Posted by: istadmin on Monday, April 07, 2003 - 01:18 AM
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The basic features of IPv6 have been tested and deployed in various experimental/trial networks. Some specific aspects, such as transition, peering and always-on have been tested in the P1009 project.
There is however little experience of some of the newer features of IPv6 that are still being standardized. This project will investigate via practically deploying an IPv6 network between the project partners a selection of these new features (Addressing, DNS, Mobile IP, Network Security etc.) and help to answer the deployment issues that arrive when deploying IPv6 in a multi provider environment.