Presentation 2001/5/30
IP version 6 Technology and the Next Generation Internet
Hiroshi ESAKI,
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Abstract(in English) The next generation Internet, that adopts the IP version 6 (IPv6) technology, will provide the broadband connected networking and the ubiquitous computing environment. IPv6, that had been standardized by the IETF in 1990's, has 128 bit address length to provide a sufficient IP addresses to come up with the continuous growth of the Internet. The introduction of IPv6 preserves the end-to-end architecture model and the continuous mutation and revolution of the internet technologies. This paper surveys the status of IPv6 technology development and deployment, as well the next generation Internet with IPv6.
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Keyword(in English) IP version 6 / Internet / End-to-end model / Broadband
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Title (in English) IP version 6 Technology and the Next Generation Internet
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Keyword(1) IP version 6
Keyword(2) Internet
Keyword(3) End-to-end model
Keyword(4) Broadband
1st Author's Name Hiroshi ESAKI
1st Author's Affiliation The University of Tokyo()
Date 2001/5/30
Paper # IA 2001-5
Volume (vol) vol.101
Number (no) 101
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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