Hi Everyone. I am presently doing my M.S in computer networking at University of Colorado-Boulder, US. I am about to do some hand-on projects on IPv6 multicast on Cisco routers. I am looking for some research topics for my thesis.
Few of them are in IPv6 multicast and IPv6 mobility in IP. I would like some suggestions on such topics and please feel free to post better research topics.
Added by amit kumar barik on December 14, 2009 at 5:14pm —
I have a blog where I discuss networking, security, and other topics.
Sometimes I discuss IPv6 topics too.
Here is the URL:
Please let me know if you have an idea or topic that you would like me to write about.
Added by Scott Hogg on December 13, 2009 at 9:18pm —
The Vancouver Winter Olympics are due to start in 2 months, and having them broadcast live on IPv6 client connections (PC, Android, iPhone, etc.) can be a boost to v6 adoption. This is similar to an earlier blog about World Cup on v6, but the latter is much more commercial and difficult to convince the organisers of a free broadcast.
The broadcast rights are held by a Canadian joint venture of of CTV & Rogers (both out of Toronto), so they… Continue
Added by Ahmed Abu-Abed on December 13, 2009 at 5:00am —
I remember, many years back there was a block buster Oscar Winning SciFi/Futuristic movie release in 1985. Micheal J Fox starer "Back to the Future". We all usually saw that on local TV channel and was a great hit amongst all generation. They show many Futuristic gadgets and shows the Power of wireless communication & internet. At that age we take as the imaginary… Continue
Added by Fahad Ali Khan on December 7, 2009 at 1:06am —
SolidWall™ Lite, the "Lite" version of the SolidWall™ appliance can function as an IPv6 tunnel broker server or client end-point. It is offered also as part of the IPv6 Quickstart Kit. SolidWall™ Lite combines the functions of a dual-stack, stateful perimeter firewall and internal network firewall, providing a high level of security to networks behind it. It enhances security while allowing organizations to quickly set up IPv6 connectivity even over IPv4 service provider… Continue
Added by Julian Vincent on December 6, 2009 at 11:00am —
University of Hawaii announces Hawaii IPv6 Task Force
Will promote the next generation internet protocols in Hawaii
Contact: David Lassner, (808) 956-9501 VP for Info Tech and Chief Info Officer, Information Technology Services
Contact: Carolyn Tanaka, (808) 956-8109 Associate Vice President, External Affairs and University Relations
Contact: Alan Whinery, President, Hawaii IPv6 Task Force firstname.lastname@example.org
HONOLULU, Hawaiʻi – The University of Hawaiʻi (UH) has… Continue
Added by Latif Ladid on December 4, 2009 at 7:12am —
At its November 5th plenary (1), the Canadian ICT Standards Advisory Committee approved the recommendations of the Canadian IPv6 Task Group set up by isacc (2) in april. The 50 members of the Task Group were invited to individually produce a list of seven recommendations. Received inputs were collated, debated, ranked and ultimately distilled down to a pair of quite straightforward recommendations for immediate action : mandate support of IPv6 in Federal Government ICT procurements and set up a… Continue
Added by Yves Poppe on December 1, 2009 at 12:00pm —
titan is now running gw6c 6.0.1dfsg.1-4 and radvd 1:1.2-1 (both versions provided by Karmic.
The tunnel setup works OK, radv distributes addresses correctly on the subnet.
Added by Martin Daser on December 1, 2009 at 11:41am —
After some tweaking together with Google to make sure access is good we have now enabled native IPv6 access to the Google services for Freenet6 Tunnel users. This means that you can access www.google.com
and most other Google services using IPv6 when you are connected using Freenet6. This is different than ipv6.google.com which only gives IPv6 access to search but nothing else and requires you to use a different domain name.
What you need to do to… Continue
Added by Mikael Lind on November 26, 2009 at 7:20pm —
We have this semi-funny cartoon called Paper Bag Head
that tries to convey the message that there’s value in adding you picture to your profile on gogoNET. While in Bangkok I can say I experienced this value first hand... or should I say face to face.
The day before I was having a drink in my hotel lobby with Surapong, the country manager of our Thai sales partner FDS, discussing our upcoming meetings. While sipping my Lion… Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on November 25, 2009 at 1:45pm —
I found hurricane electrics tunneling to be more reeliable.
Its easy to setup.just remember to disable iphelper in windows services. It stops the router from obtaining the ipv6 address and gateway
Added by Aaron Tice on November 24, 2009 at 3:12pm —
IPv6 slowly seems to become more mainstream, we hear about IPv6 more and more and it seems that at least some Service providers and governments understand that there is a sense of urgency. Regularly we hear announcements of networks that are planning to roll out IPv6 and vendors that are promising to make their products IPv6 ready.
But talk is cheap and the question remains, how far are we actually with rolling out IPv6 deployment? Net… Continue
Added by Andree Toonk on November 22, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Joy (pronounced Joey) and I had just driven an hour and a half through the rain and humidity on what should have been a 45 minute jaunt to meet with Che-Nan of Taiwan’s National Center for High-performance Computing. After signing in at the front desk the building’s lethargic security guard/receptionist pulls himself up and nonchalantly pressed an electronic gun to Joy’s forehead and pulls the trigger. After the click he moves toward me. As my mind flashes graining video of some… Continue
Added by Bruce Sinclair on November 15, 2009 at 6:34am —
The freebsd port of the freenet6 client starts way too early (before dhclient gets a chance to set up networking), and then it goes into an endless loop of reconnect attempts without daemonizing, preventing the system services from starting.
How come something like this actually got released?
I wish they would finally update the outdated source code package...
Added by umage on November 12, 2009 at 5:07am —
I created a Pipe
aggregating my favorite IPv6 news feeds. It's available at http://pipes.yahoo.com/nfilion/ipv6inthenews
It merges feeds from the following websites & blogs :
IPv6 Act Now… Continue
Added by Nicolas Filion on November 5, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Looking back I’m satisfied with the two well spent days at the first Texas IPv6 meeting held in Houston on Tuesday and Wednesday. While attendance was lower than expected I thought the quality of the presentations was quite high. I haven’t been to a U.S. based show in so long that I forgot how much I get from the presentations.…
Added by Bruce Sinclair on November 5, 2009 at 4:30pm —
MSU community comes into IPv6 community, into gogo6. This is caused by ISP of MSU, which shapes IPv4 traffic and don't touch an IPv6 one) People, who may differ IPv6 form IPv4 install freenet6 app and make DSTM tunnels to ipv4.freenet6.net - and voila - 8-10Mbs instead of dummy 0.5 Mbs)
Added by Dmitriy Golovinov on November 5, 2009 at 9:33am —
First at all, gogo6 client crashed my Vista on VX2. I thought it was a good time for a new OS to be installed - i ve picked up a DVD with Windows 7 Ultimate and .... And i was sad that it told me an ERROR with big red letters - cannot foun c:\recovery.dat. I ve tried to reinstall it about 4-5 times - no effect found. Asus Global Support told everyone with this problem - it would be OK, if you would remove partition with ASUS Recovery. But I don't want to do this))) I wanna have recovery option… Continue
Added by Dmitriy Golovinov on November 5, 2009 at 9:04am —
Feel free to use my personal vidder page:
- click on this: www.vidder.com/ipv6forum
- click enter and type : ipv6forum
- type your own name only (one word)
- download Vidder and click install
- in the meantime install or connect your webcam
- click start stream
- to see yourself, refresh www.vidder.com/ipv6forum
- invite all… Continue
Added by Latif Ladid on October 31, 2009 at 12:36pm —
At one point, I was interested in testing encryption features in IPv6 on test machines. I quickly found the essentially-beta IPv6 stack for XP had no support but I was surprised to find out Server 2003 didn't support it either:
"the IPSec implementation that comes with Server 2003’s IPv6 doesn’t support ESP data encryption,… Continue
Added by Dan Jones on October 28, 2009 at 5:25pm —