Is current 6TO4 relay deployment adequate?
Domingues, Mónica and Friaças, Carlos and Malone, David (2007) Is current 6TO4 relay deployment adequate? In: International Multi-Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology (ICCGI 2007), March 4-9, 2007, Gosier, Guadaloupe.
6to4 is a mechanism for providing IPv6 connectivity
where native IPv6 is still unavailable. 6to4 is based on relay routers deployment. The anycast technique is used to address relays, and each relay’s advertisement may be seen globally or only within a limited scope. The number of available relays is important to this mechanism’s robustness, as well as their geographic location. Due to
the details of the mechanism, limited scope relays are not easy to find, despite the fact their location and existence is key to evaluate suitability of current deployment.
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|Keywords:||IP networks; Routing protocols; Telecommunication network planning; Transport protocols; 6-to-4 relay router deployment; IPv6 network connectivity; Address relays; Anycast technique; 6to4; BGP; IPv6; Routing; Transition. |
|Subjects:||Science & Engineering > Computer Science|
|Deposited By:||Dr. David Malone|
|Deposited On:||06 Jul 2009 17:30|
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