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Das P in IP-Adresse steht für ..?
02-09-2011, 04:33 PM (Dieser Beitrag wurde zuletzt bearbeitet: 06-10-2011 10:33 PM von juergenhold.)
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RE: Das P in IP-Adresse steht für ..?
... eine mir bekannte Frau hatte auch eine Lösung: P für Port ...

Hier darf ich (als SEO-Versuch) noch ein kurzes Zitat einfügen ...
Zitat: Jun 10, 2011 - 09:02 PM
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P&T Pioneers an IPv6 Pilot Service in Luxembourg

Luxembourg, June 1st 2011 - The IPv6 Forum welcomes and congratulates the Luxembourg main Telecom Operator P&T for its IPv6 service pilot in view of the World IPv6 Day event. This initiative has been on the agenda since the creation of the Luxembourg IPv6 Council with its vice-chair Mr. Jean-Marie Spaus, CTO of the Luxembourg P&T.Telematics of CNR.

"I am very pleased to be the first user of the P&T IPv6 service over DSL which took me just a few clicks to light up IPv6 on my PC. This is indeed a historical moment for me personally and for Luxembourg " stated Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President.

"We have done the necessary and careful steps to make IPv6 work. We are indeed very proud of our achievement and we will encourage the Luxembourg IPv6 community to test IPv6 with us” stated Mr Jean-Marie Spaus, CTO, P&T and vice-chair Luxembourg IPv6 Council

Come to listen to his speech at the 2nd future internet Summit June 7th.

Mr Jean-Marie Spaus,CTO, P&T and vice-chair Luxembourg IPv6 Council

Global IPv6 Summit Mexico 2011

Harold de Dios Tovar, Secretary, Task Force IPv6 México ac.

The Ministry of Communications and Transportation through the Coordination of the Information and Knowledge Society and the Organization of Task Force IPv6 Mexico A.C, are pleased to invite you to participate as a panelist of the Third International Congress, Global IPv6 Summit Mexico 2011, to be held from 6 to 10 June 2011 in Guadalajara Jalisco, Mexico, at the Software Center Building and the Hilton Hotel of Guadalajara.

The Third edition of Global IPv6 Summit Mexico 2011 is addressed to all private or public organizations using Internet integrally in their daily activities and have as target, to promote and diffuse the recognition, the unfolding and application of IPv6 among the internet actors in Mexico, in order to undertake the necessary actions for the adoption of this Internet Protocol. Moreover it shows the local, national and regional strategies being developed and impels the transition to IPv6 in Mexico.


2011 UK IPv6 World Congress

Informa Telecoms & Media’s IPv6 World Congress will take place on 14th-15th June 2011.

With the recent announcement that the last IPv4 addresses have been allocated never has the issue of IPv6 been so relevant. The 8th June will see the effects of the global testing day for IPv6 – World IPv6 Day. The IPv6 World Congress is uniquely timed to bring together operators, service providers, content providers, regulators, manufacturers, experts and key stakeholders to provide an unrivalled platform for networking and discussion. This event will explore the drivers for upgrading to IPv6, content provider experiences and state of readiness. Can you afford to miss it?


IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now!

Conference Moderators: Stan Hodges, Senior Analyst, Heavy Reading & Carol Wilson, Chief Editor, Events, Light Reading

The Hilton New York | New York City, NY | Thursday, July 14, 2011

Light Reading's IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now! conference debuts at a time when telecom service providers and their enterprise customers are confronting the end of the IPv4 era and the transition to IPv6, with its opportunities and challenges. This conference will inform the critical decisions that service providers and their customers need to make, both to avoid near-term challenges and to take advantage of longer-term opportunities for innovation and competitive advantage in the IPv6 world.

Register for IPv6 2011: The Time Is Now!:


Australian IPv6 Summit 2011

Melbourne October 17 – 19 October, 2011

The 2011 theme is IPv6: Learning from Experience

Tony Hill, President ISOC Australia

Contact: Martin Lack martin.lack[at]


Paris V6 World Congress 2012

Remi Scavanius, Upperside

The second edition of V6 World will take place in Paris next 7 to 10 February, 2012.

The objectives set for the 2012 edition is to confirm the 2011 success. Upperside Conferences expects more than 500 delegates to attend. A call for proposals is open at:



June 2, 2011, Atlanta – The Broadband Forum and the IPv6 Forum announced their cooperative effort to empower the successful adoption of IPv6 in broadband deployments worldwide, creating the ecosystem that will ensure the continued success of the Internet as new applications and user expectations grow beyond the bounds of the IPv4 protocol. The two organizations are collaborating to incorporate Broadband Forum network and testing specifications into the IPv6 Forum’s Certification Program..

“BroadbandSuite™ 4.0 is already becoming a globally accepted reference on IPv6, ensuring that the industry can address the exponentially growing device and smart gateway requirements of next generation broadband,” said Christophe Alter, Broadband Forum’s Technical Chair. “The work delivered through BroadbandSuite 4.0 allows service providers to activate IPv6 in their networks today. The IPv6 Forum’s Certification Program will ensure interoperability, allowing the industry to deploy with confidence.”.

“IPv6 represents the future of the Internet and the Broadband Forum’s work on standards and specifications is a great enabler. Working with the Broadband Forum allows us to ensure that our Certification Program meets the needs of the industry,” said Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President and Senior Researcher at University of Luxembourg, Security and Trust (SnT) Center, chairman of the EU IPv6 Task Force and Emeritus Trustee of the Internet Society, the organization that is running World IPv6 Day.


IPv6 Forum Leaders & Experts call for Swifter Move to IPv6

For Internet Sustained growth and Future Innovation

LUXEMBOURG, February 04, 2011– The IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority- ) has allocated the last IP address blocks from the global IPv4 central address pool, ending all debates over when this would happen.

”The Internet has become the global communication network, now is the time to sustain its growth and stability by integrating IPv6. IPv6 adds great value to IPv4" states Dr. Vint Cerf, Honorary Chair, IPv6 Forum.

”The Internet is for Everyone. IPv6 represents the next stage of the Internet's evolution and will help make this vision a reality" states Lynn St.Amour, President & CEO, Internet Society

“The time is now! And resistance is futile” states Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President Senior Researcher at University of Luxembourg, Security and Trust (SnT) Center. Emeritus Trustee, Internet Society.


IPv6 Forum Italia Has Been Formed

Pisa/Luxembourg, May 28, 2011 - The IPv6 Forum welcomes Italy as its newest country member with the establishment of the Italian chapter of the IPv6 Forum, aimed at favoring IPv6 deployment in the country and chaired by Marco Sommani from the Institute of Informatics and Telematics of CNR.

"The IPv6 Italia group should re-ignite the efforts undertaken by the Italian IPv6 Task Force targeted at stimulating IPv6 adoption and intends to become the focal point where Italian speaking people will find useful information and advice" stated Marco Sommani, Chair of IPv6 Italia.

"IPv6 is central to the continued growth and stability of the Internet and the Internet Society of Italy is pleased to promote its deployment through the support of the Italian chapter of the IPV6 Forum" stated Stefano Trumpy President of the Internet Society of Italy.

Marco Sommani, Chair, IPv6 Italia

Oslo 2011 IPv6 Conference

The Norwegian IPv6 Forum invites to its first IPv6 conference: IKT-Norge IPv6 konferanse 23. og 24. mai 2011

"The ICT-Norway IPv6 forums main focus is speeding up the knowledge of and transition to IPv6 as IPv4 becomes unavailable. One of our mayor concerns is that the public sector seems to be failing behind in making its massive amount of online content and services available over IPv6 at the appropriate time - now.” stated Torgeir Waterhouse

@Quality Hotell 33 Øker

Torgeir Waterhouse, President, IPv6 Forum Norway

The IPv6 Forum Education Certification Logo Program

The IPv6 Forum Launches the IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program
Accelerating adoption and integration of IPv6 in the Education Curriculum Worldwide

TOKYO - BEIJING - Penang - Malayisia - New Hampshire - USA - LUXEMBOURG, September 06, 2010 - The IPv6 Forum Ready Logo Program Committee releases a new program: the IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program. This program defines and certifies courses, engineers and trainers with Silver & Gold Logo levels and requires IPv6 implementation on the web site of the education program.

A recent survey on IPv6 training and studies at universities and vendors has demonstrated that IPv6 training and courses are way too embryonic to have any critical impact. It is estimated that some 20 million engineers are working on the current Internet worldwide at ISPs, corporate and all other public and private organizations and they will need quality training on IPv6. This is a gigantic task since it’s the first upgrade of the Internet and most probably the last one for decades to come. The web site of the study can be seen here:

The IPv6 Forum Education Logo Program’s prime objective is to encourage and accelerate the education on IPv6 and promote thereby swifter adoption of IPv6 in the education curriculum and programs of the universities, research institutes, vendors and training specialists. This program is designed to increase practical engineering expertise and hands-on knowledge to tackle this large undertaking ahead of us extending thereby user confidence by demonstrating that IPv6 will be deployed by qualified engineers.

”This program has been designed to prepare a wide range of players for the implementation and use of IPv6. It is intended as an aid to capacity building and a way to promote IPv6 awareness." states Dr. Vint Cerf, Honorary Chair, IPv6 Forum

”The IPv6 Forum wishes to recognize the IPv6 training experts for their pioneering work to be used as a precursor model encouraging the education sector in the universities and vendor training programs to adopt their quality training courses to win time and train qualified engineers to deploy IPv6 with expertise and quality." states Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 Forum, Senior Researcher at University of Luxembourg, Security and Trust (SnT) Center. Emeritus Trustee, Internet Society (ISOC)

"The IPv6 Curriculum study has abundantly demonstrated that hands-on IPv6 skills and field experience are dearly missing. Achieving parity between IPv4 and IPv6 deployment, quality expertise is the one pillar to focus on. This program is very welcome as it takes on this task globally" states Jacques Babot, IPv6 Team leader, European Commission - DG INFSO, Unit F4 New infrastructure paradigms and experimental facilities FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experiments)


The IPv6 Forum IPsec Ready Logo Program

The IPv6 Forum Releases The IPv6 Security (IPsec) Ready Logo Program
Accelerating adoption and integration of IPsec and IPv6 technology solutions worldwide

TOKYO - NEW HAMPSHIRE - LUXEMBOURG, September 15th , 2010- The IPv6 Forum Ready Logo Program Committee releases the IPv6 IPsec Logo Program to promote the adoption of IPv6 to the Security Community.

A recent study on IPv6 security funded by the European Commission has determined that IPv6 and IPv4 are using the same IPsec-based security protocols and mechanisms. However, IPv6 mandates built-in IPsec making IPv6 security deployment more efficient. IPv6 provides end-to-end (e2e) transparency facilitating thereby e2e security models (i.e. using IPsec/IKE end-to-end) without NAT traversal issues, more fine grained security policies and filtering rules can be applied due to the unique end system addresses, and IPv6 offers the possibility of end-to-end identification and authentication. The summary of the European Commission white paper on the IPv6 security study can be downloaded here:

The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has recently published the “Guidelines for the secure deployment of IPv6” written by Sheila Frankel, Richard Graveman and John Pearce, security experts and authorities on this topic. As of July 2010, U.S. Government agencies require IPv6 compliant products in IT acquisitions. The document can be viewed here:

IPsec was designed at the beginning for IPv6 to benefit from the e2e restoration. However, IPsec was adapted to IPv4 and was quite successfully deployed where NAT was not in the middle. IPv6 requires changing of firewall policies, i.e. multicast and ICMP traffic should not be blocked by default. Moreover, several operating systems enable IPv6 by default but users/administrators may not be aware of this, leaving temporarily room for IPv6 attacks. This requires training of network administrators now in order to get appropriate protection in place.

"The IPv6 deployment should be undertaken with upfront security consideration. Some 40 IPsec implementations have passed the IPv6 Ready Logo program. This program wishes to scale up understanding and use of IPsec in all network security scenarios with greater security benefit" states Latif Ladid, President of the IPv6 Forum, Senior Researcher at University of Luxembourg Security & trust (SnT) center, Emeritus Trustee Internet Society.

"IPv6 will facilitate and accelerate the deployment of e2e services (i.e. e-government services), requiring user-friendly security mechanisms (i.e. user authentication via certificates). Moreover, peer-to-peer based services (between unknown parties) require globally unique addressing and identification in order to support a global credential service using certificates." states Wolfgang Fritsche, IPv6 security Study Coordinator and Expert on IPv6 Security at IABG

"IPsec is a fundamental core building block of the communication puzzle. IPsec with IPv4 has been difficult to deploy due, in part, to the lack of globally routable IPv4 addresses and the wide use of NATs. IPsec is a mandatory part of an IPv6 implementation. This Logo recognizes implementations that have implemented IPsec. It will allow the industry to further secure its communication and infrastructure components.” states Yanick Pouffary, IPv6 Forum (Ready & Enabled) Logo programs chairperson, IPv6 Forum Fellow & NAv6TF Technology Director.

‘’IPsec is a key feature that will be critical for securing the IPv6 network, particularly as the number of active devices and applications increase exponentially. The IPv6 Ready Logo program for IPsec will follow the other successful IPv6 Forum Ready Logo programs in ensuring that these critical features conform to the standards and interoperate in heterogeneous networks” states Erica Johnson, IPv6 Ready Logo Regional Officer, IPv6 Forum Fellow

“IPsec works far better on IPv6 than on IPv4, due to the absence of NAT on IPv6 connections. IPsec is simply incompatible with the NAT found everywhere on the First Internet. NAT traversal can be used, but it complicates the implementation and adds new security issues. VPNs and secure remote access will work better than ever on the Second Internet. The final piece of the IPsec puzzle is to use IKEv2 with IPsec Digital Certificates to automate the mutual authentication process. IPv6 Ready certification of IPsec and IKEv2 will insure that these technologies work as designed.” Lawrence Hughes, IPv6 Ready Logo Regional Officer and Author of “The Second Interne

"The ubiquitous computing environment is now accelerated by the trend of smart grids. In such a society, security is the most important element. It is nice to highlight IPsec, which is the key component for real ubiquitous computing." states Hiroshi Miyata, IPv6 Ready Logo Regional Officer, IPv6 Forum Fellow.

To test and obtain the IPv6 IPsec Ready Logo, please visit the IPsec page:


John Chambers outlines Cisco’s commitment to IPv6

With only 6% of the remaining number of IPv4 addresses available in the global pool, interest in how to effectively migrate networks to IPv6 is steadily growing. Last Friday June 11, John Chambers addressed the third annual Google IPv6 Implementation conference, which was opened by Vint Cerf in Mountain View. John outlined Cisco’s longstanding commitment to helping customers address this issue and build effective plans for migration.

In 2007, Cisco Distinguished Engineer Mark Townsley first issued a challenge to this IPv6 community to eat its own dog food in its own conferences and so, appropriately enough John’s video contribution to the conference was indeed streamed over IPv6:

Clearly IPv4 exhaust is on the horizon, but Cisco sees IPv4 and IPv6 coexisting for quite some time. There are many variables involved, on the social, geographical, and even regional level that are affecting the speed with which customers are approaching the question.

IPv6 is a new IP protocol mandated by the federal government for compliance across all organizations, It is designed to replace IPv4, the Internet protocol currently deployed and used most extensively throughout the world.

The benefits of IPv6 include:
- Simplified packet header for routing efficiency
- Mandatory IP Security (IPSec) implementation for all IPv6 devices
- Improved support for mobile IP and mobile computing devices
- Enhanced multicast support with increased addresses and efficient mechanisms

Cisco has been actively engaged in running IPv6 deployment councils for the last 2 years to provide ‘customer to customer’ forums to encourage discussion about the issue and to nurture an environment where customers can share their ideas and experiences.

Please visit Cisco’s IPv6 page to learn more.


IPv6 security models and dual-stack (IPv6/IPv4) implications
Authors: Wolfgang Fritsche & Karl Mayer @ IABG

This whitepaper outlines the IPv6 security models and dual-stack (IPv6/IPv4) implications, which have been identified and analyzed within a study contracted by the European Commission to IABG and EADS. It expresses the opinions of the authors and not necessarily reflects the views of the European Commission. The scope of the study was to provide an analysis and evaluation of emerging and existing private and business user scenarios regarding new security models and architectures made possible by the use of IPv6 or in the face of IPv6-IPv4 coexistence as well as IPv6 security vulnerabilities, advantages and shortcomings.
After having identified vulnerabilities and research gaps, recommendations for future activities were to be identified. During the study, stakeholders and experts from various research and business areas have been involved via direct contacts and via two workshops for enrichment and validation of the study results.

Download whitepaper

Additional information can be found on the European Commission's official IPv6 website:



Presented by: The IPv6 Forum & gogo6

Members of the gogoNET social network are meeting live in the Silicon Valley, USA to plot their path to IPv6. Attend gogoNET LIVE! to find answers to the ultimate question of how to migrate your network to v6.

With the IANA pool of IPv4 addresses projected to be depleted within year from the date of the conference, it’s high time to learn all things v6. Attend gogoNET LIVE! to:

- Learn how the world’s leading network operators, governments and content providers are migrating to IPv6
- Hone your skills by taking IPv6 courses on November 2

- Get together in person with your existing gogoNET “friends”
- Make new “friends” that you can continue contact with on gogoNET
- Attend BOF meetings for select gogoNET groups (country, subject, technology)

For questions please email: info(at)


IPSO Alliance: Promoting the use of IP for Smart Objects

Electronic Design's Bill Wong talks with Chairman Geoff Mulligan about IPSO Alliance, an open, informal and thought-leading association of like-minded organizations and individuals that promote the value of using the Internet Protocol for the networking of Smart Objects. For more information, visit IPSO Alliance.


Internet Evangelist promotes IPv6 to the ISP World

Tokyo-Luxembourg-Boston - June 22, 2009 - The IPv6 Forum and its sub-organization, the IPv6 Ready Logo Committee, today announced the introduction of a new IPv6 Enabled Logo Program aimed at testing and validating Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for IPv6 readiness and adoption.

"IPv6 needs to be integrated and offered as a service by all ISPs to sustain Internet growth and by the same token drive end-to-end innovation" said Dr. Vint Cerf, Internet Evangelist, Google & Honorary Chair, IPv6 Forum

The IPv6 Forum IPv6 Ready Logo program has clearly demonstrated the widespread support of IPv6 in products. The impressive list of vendors indicates the number of potential IPv6 users ready to use IPv6 and represents a real incentive for ISPs to enable IPv6 access for their customers.

The IPv6 Forum has been tracking the adoption of IPv6 at ISPs and recognized the need for a quality assurance logo program for ISPs. The creation of this new logo program will support IPv6 deployment in networks at ISPs with the goal of sustaining quality IPv6 services.

"The IPv6 Enabled ISP Logo Program will support ISPs in verifying and validating the integration of IPv6 in their networks when refreshing or building their IPv6 Internet infrastructure" said Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President.

" The ISPs were the prime drivers of the IPv4 Internet and they are now even more crucial for the IPv6 Internet" states Yanick Pouffary, Chair v6 Ready/Enabled Programs, NAv6TF Technology Director, IPv6 Forum Fellow.

"We recognize the fact that the market needs the IPv6 Enabled ISP Logo to accelerate the introduction of IPv6 technology," said Hiroshi Esaki, Chairman of the IPv6 Logo Committee, Executive Director of IPv6 Promotion Council Japan and Board member of the WIDE Project.

Liu Dong, Chair v6 Enabled Program, China IPv6 Council, commented, "We deployed this IPv6 ISP logo program to foster deployment of IPv6 for the ISP world and we are looking forward to a positive response."

About the IPv6 Forum

The IPv6 Forum is a world-wide consortium of leading Internet service vendors, National Research & Education Networks (NRENs) and international ISPs, with a clear mission to promote IPv6 by improving market and user awareness, creating a quality and secure New Generation Internet and allowing world-wide equitable access to knowledge and technology. The key focus of the IPv6 Forum today is to provide technical guidance for the deployment of IPv6. IPv6 Summits are organized by the IPv6 Forum and staged in various locations around the world to provide industry and market with the best available information on this rapidly advancing technology.

For further information, please visit the IPv6 ISP Logo Program website:


Internet Evangelist promotes IPv6 to the Web World

Tokyo-Luxembourg-Boston - June 8, 2009 - The IPv6 Forum and its sub-organization, the IPv6 Ready Logo Committee, today announced the introduction of a new IPv6 Enabled Logo Program aimed at testing and validating Web sites (WWW) for IPv6 readiness and adoption.

"This program is a good step in the right direction. IPv6 needs to be integrated in all web sites:" states Dr. Vint Cerf, Internet Evangelist, Google & Honorary Chair, IPv6 Forum

The IPv6 Forum IPv6 Ready Logo program has clearly demonstrated the widespread support of IPv6 in products. The impressive list of vendors indicates the number of potential IPv6 users ready to use IPv6 and represents a real incentive for web site owners to enable IPv6 access for their customers.

The IPv6 Forum has been tracking the adoption of IPv6 by Web sites and recognized the need for a quality assurance logo program for the Web world. The creation of the new logo program will support IPv6 deployment on Web sites with the goal of sustaining quality IPv6 solutions.

"The launch of the IPv6 Enabled WWW Logo Program is another strategic milestone that signals good integration of IPv6 for Web sites must be sustained to build the new Internet infrastructure" states Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President.

"The Web was the first killer app of the IPv4 Internet and no doubt it will be one of them for the IPv6 Internet" states Yanick Pouffary, NAv6TF Technology Director, IPv6 Forum Fellow and advisor to the IPv6 ready Logo program.

"We recognize the fact that the market needs the IPv6 Enabled WWW Logo to accelerate the introduction of IPv6 technology," states Hiroshi Esaki, Chairman of the IPv6 Logo Committee, Executive Director of IPv6 Promotion Council Japan and Board member of the WIDE Project.

Liu Dong, Chair China IPv6 Council, commented, "We deployed this IPv6 logo program to foster deployment of IPv6 for the Web world and we are looking forward to a positive response."

For "free" testing and registering your web site, please visit the IPv6 Enabled WWW Logo Program website:


Deploying IPv6 in Broadband Access Networks
"Must read book"

Salman Asadullah, CCIE No. 2240.Technical Leader at Cisco Systems.
Adeel Ahmed, CCIE No. 4574. Technical Leader at Cisco Systems.

The Real Internet starts with IPv6 supported by Broadband:
The authors bring the necessary technology expertise and experience to identify the challenges and propose recommendations and solutions of great value to a world made of heterogeneous and widely un-interoperable networks designed with private addressing schemes that inhibit end to end applications and end 2 end services. Their extensive involvement in the standardisation bodies such as the IETF and knowledge spread at customer level in the design and deployment of networks especially using the new Internet Protocol are of paramount value to the reader as he can resource himself with first class knowledge to empower him to tackle the transition to IPv6 in great confidence.

Welcome to the New Two-Way Internet based on IPv6 supported by a solid first or last mile broadband access!


Must read book!
IPv6 Security
by Scott Hogg (Author) and Eric Vyncke (Author)


Luxembourg IPv6 Council

Under the patronage of Viviane Reding, Member of the European Commission responsible for Information Society and Media Future Trends of the Internet

The day-long event is organized by Jean-Louis Schiltz, Minister of Communications, and Luxembourg for ICT*, in close cooperation with Prof. Thomas Engel and Latif Ladid of the University of Luxembourg.

In the course of the conference the Luxembourg IPv6 Council will be officially launched.

The event takes place at the Centre culturel de rencontre - Neumünster Abbey (Salle Robert Krieps) in Luxembourg-Grund on 28 January 2009.

Thomas Engel, Chair, Luxembourg IPv6 Council, Professor for Computer Networks and Telecommunications, University of Luxembourg

The White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
The Business Case and Roadmap for Completing IPv6 Adoption in US Government
The IPv6 Working Group of the Federal CIO Council has published a draft for review and comment. This document is intended for chief information officers (CIOs), chief architects, and other individuals in federal agencies who are responsible for exploiting information technology (IT) assets to assist in achieving the mission and objectives of the agency. The purpose of this document is to aid in understanding the Federal Government's Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) vision and to provide specific guidance for adopting this protocol.

Request for Review and Comment
Please submit your comments on the draft IPv6 Business Case and Roadmap using the comment template below and to the right by COB Monday, January 19, 2009 to the FEA mailbox at fea{at}

Peter Tseronis
Chairperson of the Federal IPv6 Working Group
Director, Network Services, U.S. Department of Energy


European Commission Call to Action on IPv6
European Commission Call to Action on IPv6 orchestrated by Jacques Babot

European Commission communication on IPv6 dated 27 May 2008

IPv6 Video Clip

European IPv6 Day - Brussels 30 May 2008

IPv6 Research projects, from action to R&D


IPv6 Ready Logo White Paper
The main objective of this present document is to describe the IPv6 Forum IPv6 Ready Logo Program, to describe the IPv6 Ready Test Specifications and IPv6 Ready Logo Phase Series and to provide a FAQ.
The IPv6 Ready ( Logo Program provides conformance and interoperability test specifications based on open standards to support IPv6 deployment across the globe. Effective testing of IPv6 products is of critical importance in ensuring the deployment, interoperability, security and reliability of the IPv6 infrastructure.

Authors: Yanick Pouffary, Erica Johnson and Hiroshi Miyata

More information can be found here.


IPv6 Task Force Slovenia Has Been Started
Posted by : forum on Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 03:27 PM

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Ljubliana/Luxembourg, June 9th, 2008 - The IPv6 Forum welcomes Slovenia as its newest member with the establishment of the IPv6 Task Force Slovenia under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Borka Jerman Blazie , Chair, IPv6 Task Force Slovenia. Mrs. Borka Blazie leads the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks at the Josef Stefan Institute in Ljubliana.

View the Press Release

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OECD Report: Internet Address Space
Posted by : forum on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 - 12:09 PM

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This report provides an analysis of economic considerations associated with the transition from IPv4 to IPv6. It provides background analysis supporting the forthcoming ICCP-organised Ministerial-level meeting on -The Future of the Internet Economy, to take place in Seoul, Korea on 17-18 June 2008.

This report was prepared by Ms. Karine Perset of the OECD's Directorate for Science Technology and Industry. It was declassified by the ICCP Committee at its 54th Session on 5-7 March 2008. It is published under the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the OECD.

Download the Report

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IPv6 Forum Liaison Report
Posted by : forum on Friday, May 02, 2008 - 04:53 PM

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OIF IPv6 Liaison talk by IPv6 Subject Matter Expert & IPv6 Forum Liaison Representative @ OIF: Renée Esposito

Download the presentation: IPv6Liaison_Italy_Apr2008.ppt

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RIPE Community Resolution on IPv4 Depletion and Deployment of IPv6
Posted by : forum on Thursday, November 22, 2007 - 10:40 AM

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Amsterdam, 26 October 2007

During the RIPE 55 meeting in Amsterdam, the RIPE community agreed to issue the following statement on IPv4 depletion and the deployment of IPv6.

"Growth and innovation on the Internet depends on the continued availability of IP address space. The remaining pool of unallocated IPv4 address space is likely to be fully allocated within two to four years. IPv6 provides the necessary address space for future growth. We therefore need to facilitate the wider deployment of IPv6 addresses.

While the existing IPv4 Internet will continue to function as it currently does, the deployment of IPv6 is necessary for the development of future IP networks.

The RIPE community has well-established, open and widely supported mechanisms for Internet resource management. The RIPE community is confident that its Policy Development Process meets and will continue to meet the needs of all Internet stakeholders through the period of IPv4 exhaustion and IPv6 deployment.

We recommend that service providers make their services available over IPv6. We urge those who will need significant new address resources to deploy IPv6. We encourage governments to play their part in the deployment of IPv6 and in particular to ensure that all citizens will be able to participate in the future information society. We urge that the widespread deployment of IPv6 be made a high priority by all stakeholders."

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ARIN Posts Warning on IPv4 Address Exhaustion
Posted by : forum on Sunday, May 27, 2007 - 05:59 PM

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ARIN Board Advises Internet Community on Migration to IPv6
Posted: Mon, 21 May 2007

ARIN and the other Regional Internet Registries have distributed Internet Protocol version 6, IPv6, alongside IPv4 since 1999. To date, ARIN has issued both protocol versions in tandem and has not advocated one over the other. ARIN has closely monitored trends in demand and distribution for both protocol versions with the understanding that the IPv4 available resource pool would continue to diminish.

The available IPv4 resource pool has now been reduced to the point that ARIN is compelled to advise the Internet community that migration to IPv6 is necessary for any applications that require ongoing availability from ARIN of contiguous IP number resources.

On 7 May 2007, the ARIN Board of Trustees passed the following resolution:


WHEREAS, community access to Internet Protocol (IP) numbering Resources has proved essential to the successful growth of the Internet; and,

WHEREAS, ongoing community access to Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) numbering resources can not be assured indefinitely; and,

WHEREAS, Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) numbering resources are available and suitable for many Internet applications,

BE IT RESOLVED, that this Board of Trustees hereby advises the Internet community that migration to IPv6 numbering resources is necessary for any applications which require ongoing availability from ARIN of contiguous IP numbering resources; and,

BE IT ORDERED, that this Board of Trustees hereby directs ARIN staff to take any and all measures necessary to assure veracity of applications to ARIN for IPv4 numbering resources; and,

BE IT RESOLVED, that this Board of Trustees hereby requests the ARIN Advisory Council to consider Internet Numbering Resource Policy changes advisable to encourage migration to IPv6 numbering resources where possible.

Implementation of this resolution will include both internal and external components. Internally, ARIN will review its resource request procedures and continue to provide policy experience reports to the Advisory Council. Externally, ARIN will send progress announcements to the ARIN community as well as the wider technical audience, government agencies, and media outlets. ARIN will produce new documentation, from basic introductory fact sheets to FAQs on how this resolution will affect users in the region. ARIN will focus on IPv6 in many of its general outreach activities, such as speaking engagements, trade shows, and technical community meetings.

For more information visit the IPv6 Information Center at:

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IPv6 Ready Program
Posted by : forum on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 - 11:03 AM

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IPv6 Ready Logo Program
As one of its promotional activities, the IPv6 Forum ogranises the worldwide IPv6 Ready Logo Program, which is just beginning its Phase 2 activities and testing. The coordination of the Program is chaired by Hiroshi Esaki. Visit the Program web site to see how your product can earn the Logo. Contrary to IPv4, which started with a small closed group of implementers, the universality of IPv6 leads to a huge number of implementations. Interoperability has always been considered as a critical feature in the Internet community. Due to the large number of IPv6 implementations, it is important to provide the market a strong signal proving the level of interoperability across various products.

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Posted by : forum on Monday, March 05, 2007 - 11:47 AM

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Viviane Reding, Commissioner for Information Society and Media, will open The PSC Europe Forum's first Annual Assembly, which will take place in Luxemburg May 21-22, 2007.

This event is hosted by the coordinators of the PSCE Forum: The University of Luxembourg and the Centre de Communication du Government of Luxembourg.

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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, 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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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:

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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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