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GRÉGR Matěj and PODERMAŃSKI Tomáš. Deploying IPv6 in University Campus Network - Practical Problems. Toulouse, 2011.
Publication language:english
Original title:Deploying IPv6 in University Campus Network - Practical Problems
Title (cs):Zavádění IPv6 v univerzitní kampusové sítí - praktické poblémy
Pages:7
Conference:JRES 2011 "Journées Réseaux" - Toulouse
Place:Toulouse, FR
Year:2011
URL:https://conf-ng.jres.org/2011/planning.html [HTML]
URL:http://ipv6.vutbr.cz/article/295/ [HTML]
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Keywords
IPv6, security, accounting, monitoring, transition techniques
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IPv4 addresses are still running out. Global IPv4 address pool administered by IANA organization is depleted together with IPv4 pool of APNIC Routing Registry. This situation pushes organizations to think about IPv6 transition. Unfortunately IPv4 and IPv6 are incompatible protocols which raise new security issues and problems with user monitoring and accounting. The article shares experiences of deploying IPv6 on the university campus network and describes the most significant troubles that we have been faced with. It describes and compares differences in first hop security in IPv6 and IPv4 networks. Issues connected with user addressing, accounting and monitoring are also discussed. The experience is mainly based on the deployment of IPv6 on the campus network at Brno University of Technology which is one of the biggest universities in the Czech Republic.

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