Language / 言語
This seminar will be held in English only. / 今回のセミナーは英語での進行となります。
Gábor Lencse (Department of Network Systems and Services, Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
RCF 2544 deals with the benchmarking methodology for network interconnect devices and RFC 5180 addresses IPv6 specificities, but explicitly declares that IPv6 transition technologies are outside of its scope. The fresh RFC 8219 defines benchmarking methodologies for them.
This presentation introduces the most important solutions described in RFC 8219 by following its categories as dual stack, single translation, double translation and encapsulation technologies plus DNS64, which does not fit into any of these categories. Besides the definitions of performance metrics and their measurement procedures, both some interesting theoretical questions are discussed and some very practical problems are considered such as the available measurement tools (e.g. dns64perf++ for DNS64) and the issues of their development.
Date and Time
- 2017-10-10 (Tue) 18:00 (The registration desk opens at 17:45)
- Internet Initiative Japan Inc. 13F Opera2 room
- Iidabashi Grand-Bloom 2-10-2 Fujimi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102－0071
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