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Kagoshima Kagoshima University IPv6/IPv4 flow control for UDP packet of IoT using OpenFlow
Yuki Asada, Tetsuro Fujii (Tokyo City Univ.) CQ2018-115
Recently, the number of installed IoT is greatly increasing and it may reach up to 40 billion in 2020. IoT uses the Inte... [more] CQ2018-115
IA, SITE, IPSJ-IOT [detail] 2019-03-07
Tokushima Grand XIV Naruto Tor64/Tor46: Tor as a Bridge between IPv4 and IPv6
Ryota Sato, Takahiro Oriishi, Kenji Ohira (Tokushima Univ.) SITE2018-70 IA2018-62
ISPs (Internet Service Providers) that provide both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are increasing, but IPv6 is not yet provided... [more] SITE2018-70 IA2018-62
IN 2016-01-22
Aichi Nagoya Kigyou Fukushi Kaikan Study on selection mechanism of low-latency route through relay router under IPv4/v6 coexistence environment
Tomohiko Mizoguchi, Yoshihiro Ito (NIT) IN2015-103
This paper proposes a mechanism which selects a relay router so that the latency of a end-to-end route becomes the lowes... [more] IN2015-103
IA 2015-11-12
Chiba NARITA VIEW HOTEL [Invited Talk] An Efficient Network-based Mobility Support in Software Defined Networks
Shimin Sun, Li Han, Boyeong Mun, Sunyoung Han (Konkuk Univ.) IA2015-50
The rapid development of Software Defined Networking (SDN) provides the opportunity for innovating mobility support appr... [more] IA2015-50
IA, IPSJ-IOT, SITE [detail] 2014-02-28
Ishikawa Hotel Rurikoh A study on application to the client environment of SA46T/SA46T-AS
Naoki Matsuhira (Fujitsu) SITE2013-70 IA2013-95
As a transition technologies based on the situation of exhaust of IPv4 address, SA46T which is an encapsulation technolo... [more] SITE2013-70 IA2013-95
IA 2014-01-31
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A study on IPv4 Sunset technique in campus network
Daisuke Murata, Kenji Ohira, Masatoshi Kakiuchi, Atsuo Inomata, Kazutoshi Fujikawa (NAIST) IA2013-75
In this paper, in order to achieve IPv4 Sunset in campus network, we firstly analyze IPv4 traffic pattern of current sta... [more] IA2013-75
IA 2013-09-06
Tokyo IIJ Current status of IPv4/IPv6 co-existent technologies and interoperability test in ShowNet
Shuichi Ohkubo (SAKURA Internet), Hiroaki Hazeyama (NAIST), Kiriro Mano (A10 Networks), Shigeru Watanabe IA2013-21
Applicability of IPv4/IPv6 co-existent technologies and report the result of interoperability test in Interop2013 ShowNe... [more] IA2013-21
IA 2013-09-06
Tokyo IIJ IPv6 deployment observations from IPv4/IPv6 co-existent technology operation -- From an operational practice of public 6to4 relay router --
Shin Shirahata (Keio Univ.), Shuichi Ohkubo (SAKURA Internet), Shunsuke Shinomiya, Katsuhiro Horiba (Keio Univ.), Masayuki Okada (JPNIC), Jun Murai (Keio Univ.) IA2013-22
We have operated 6to4 and Teredo relay routers on major IXes (Internet eXchanges) in Tokyo, DIX-IE, JPIX and JPNAP in 20... [more] IA2013-22
IA 2013-09-06
Tokyo IIJ The Verification of CGN(Carrier Grade NAT) by Large-scale User Emulated Traffic Generation Mechanism
Kaname Nishizuka (NTT Communications), Ken-ichi Chinen (JAIST), Daigo Natsume (NTT Neomeit) IA2013-23
In order to verify IPv4 address sharing technologies such as CGN (Carrier Grade NAT),
it is needed to use the realistic... [more]
IA 2012-02-23
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. VPN-based Future Internet that prevents routing table size explosion (4) -- Network framework consisting of regional networks, A new IP packet virtually upward compatible with IPv4 --
Hisao Furukawa (DSRI), Shoji Miyaguchi (formerly NTT) IA2011-67
To support our proposal for suppressing the expansion of the routing table size of routers that form the future Internet... [more] IA2011-67
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Evaluation of IPv6 over IPv4 of WiMAX
Shinji Matsumoto, Nobuyuki Aoki (Keio Univ.), Koichi Yagishita, Takeo Kimura, Katsuhiko Sato (JRC), Jin Mitsugi (Keio Univ.) RCS2011-29
The authors have been conducting a research on information sharing using the regional WiMAX service provided by Open Wir... [more] RCS2011-29
IN 2010-10-15
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A study on establishment for dual IP connection through legacy cellular network
Ryuji Sugizaki, Keigo Aso, Shinkichi Ikeda, Takahisa Aoyama (Panasonic corp.) IN2010-79
Some of legacy cellular networks, e.g. GPRS, may not support IPv6 addressing but only IPv4, while LTE terminal with capa... [more] IN2010-79
IN 2010-07-08
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Invited Talk] leftover issues on IPv6 transition scheme
Shin Miyakawa (NTT Communications) IN2010-32
ecause of recent status of IPv4 address shortage forecasting, techniques for IPv4 scheme extension and IPv6 transition h... [more] IN2010-32
IA 2009-11-25
Saga Saga-Ken Implementation of IP mobility architecture MAT supporting IPv4 and its evaluation
Yuki Iwata, Hayato Morihiro (Hiroshima City Univ.), Akio Seki (Hiroshima Univ.), Kaori Maeda, Hiroyuki Inoue (Hiroshima City Univ.), Reiji Aibara, Seigo Kishiba (Hiroshima Univ.) IA2009-59
In this paper, we describe our proposed IP mobility architecture, MAT supporting IPv4. At first, we describe specificati... [more] IA2009-59
MoNA, IPSJ-MBL 2008-05-22
Okinawa Okinawa-seinen-kaikan Design of NAT Traversal for Mobile PPC Applying Hole Punching
Hidekazu Suzuki, Akira Watanabe (Meijo Univ.)
Mobile Peer-to-Peer Communication (Mobile PPC) is an End-to-End technology that realizes mobility in IPv4 network. It is... [more] MoMuC2008-12
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