IPv6 Tutorial G6
310 pages
English

IPv6 Tutorial G6

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Description

IPv6 Tutorial
G6
Last m
odified
by:
Bernard.Tuy@renater.fr
on
8 Feb. 2004

Contributions
Main authors

Lau
rent
Tout
ain, ENST-Bretagn
e –
I
RISA, Fran
ce

B
erna
rd T
u
y,
Renat
er,
Fra
n
ce
Contributor
s

O
ctavio
Me
dina, ENST-Bretagn
e, F
r
an
ce

M
oh
sen
S
o
u
issi,
A
F
NI
C,
F
r
an
ce

V
incent L
e
vigneron, AFNIC, Fra
n
ce

T
homa
s
Noel, LSIIT, Fran
ce

A
lain Durand
,
Sun Micro
s
y
s
te
ms,
USA

A
lain Baudot, Fran
ce
Telecom R&D, F
r
a
n
ce

B
ill Manning,
ISI, USA

D
av
id K
e
ss
e
n
s,

Qw
est
,
U
S
A

P
ierre
-Emm
a
nuel G
o
iffon,
Renat
er,
Fra
n
ce

J
ér
ôme
D
uran
d
,
R
e
n
a
t
er
,
F
r
a
n
c
e
G6
T
u
to
rial
2











Agenda
Why a new version for IP?
IPv6 Protocol
Address formats, addressing architecture
Protocols associated to IPv6
IPv6 support in the DNS (DNSv
6
)
IPv6 Mobility
IPv6 Security
with IPsec
Early experiences and deployments
IPv6 and OS/applic
ations
IPv4 / IPv6 integration
Equipm
ent Configuration
Co
nclus
i
o
n
G6
T
u
to
rial
3 Why a new version for IP ?
G6
T
u
to
rial
4




Historical facts
1983 : Research network for ~ 100 computers
1992 : Commercial activity
Exponential growth
1993 : Exhaustion of the class B address
space
Forecast of network collapse for 1994!
G6
T
u
to
rial
5 IPv4 address space consumption
G6
T
u
to
rial
6 IPv4 address space consumption /2
G6
T
u
to
rial
7


Emergency measures
Allocate exceptionally class B addresses
Re-use class C ...

Sujets

Informations

Publié par
Nombre de lectures 130
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 3 Mo

Exrait

IPv6 Tutorial G6 Last m odified by: Bernard.Tuy@renater.fr on 8 Feb. 2004 Contributions Main authors – Lau rent Tout ain, ENST-Bretagn e – I RISA, Fran ce – B erna rd T u y, Renat er, Fra n ce Contributor s – O ctavio Me dina, ENST-Bretagn e, F r an ce – M oh sen S o u issi, A F NI C, F r an ce – V incent L e vigneron, AFNIC, Fra n ce – T homa s Noel, LSIIT, Fran ce – A lain Durand , Sun Micro s y s te ms, USA – A lain Baudot, Fran ce Telecom R&D, F r a n ce – B ill Manning, ISI, USA – D av id K e ss e n s, Qw est , U S A – P ierre -Emm a nuel G o iffon, Renat er, Fra n ce – J ér ôme D uran d , R e n a t er , F r a n c e G6 T u to rial 2 Agenda Why a new version for IP? IPv6 Protocol Address formats, addressing architecture Protocols associated to IPv6 IPv6 support in the DNS (DNSv 6 ) IPv6 Mobility IPv6 Security with IPsec Early experiences and deployments IPv6 and OS/applic ations IPv4 / IPv6 integration Equipm ent Configuration Co nclus i o n G6 T u to rial 3 Why a new version for IP ? G6 T u to rial 4 Historical facts 1983 : Research network for ~ 100 computers 1992 : Commercial activity Exponential growth 1993 : Exhaustion of the class B address space Forecast of network collapse for 1994! G6 T u to rial 5 IPv4 address space consumption G6 T u to rial 6 IPv4 address space consumption /2 G6 T u to rial 7 Emergency measures Allocate exceptionally class B addresses Re-use class C address space CIDR ( Classless Internet Domain Routing ) – R FC 151 9 (PS) – network address = prefix/prefix length – l ess address waste – r ecommend aggregation (reduce routing tab l e length) G6 T u to rial 8 Emergency Measures: Private Addresses (RFC 1918 BCP) Allow private addressing plans Addresses are used internally Similar to security architecture with firewall Use of proxies or NAT to go outside – R FC 1631, 2663 and 2993 NAPT is the most commonly used of NAT variations G6 T u to rial 9 Emergency Measures (continued) Public address space Private address spac e Internet Company G6 Tu to rial 10
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