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Event Documents
 
  • Madrid 2003 Global IPv6 Summit Agenda Brochure (PDF) (JPG)
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  • Streaming Archive
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  • Event Demonstrations
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  • Slides Archive (89 MB. single zip file)
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    Sponsor's Documents
      6WIND
      CISCO
     
  • Cisco IOS Software ABCs of Cisco IOS Software (PDF)
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  • IOS IPv6 Provider Edge Router (6PE) over MPLS (PDF)
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  • IPv6 Access Services (PDF)
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  • News @ Cisco TANet Deploy Ciscoīs Technology to Build Asiaīs (PDF)
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  • Start Here Cisco IOS Software Release Specs for IPv6 Features (PDF)
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  • Retaner Case Study
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  • SURFnet Case Study
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      HITACHI (17 MB.)
     
    Endorser's Documents
      ISC
     
  • Using DNAME to rename IPv6.INT
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      ISOC
     

    The ISOC Member Briefing series is made possible through the generous assistance of ISOCís Platinum Program Sponsors: APNIC, ARIN, Microsoft, Qualys, and Ripe NCC. For more information on the Platinum Spsonsorship Program: www.isoc.org/isoc/membership/platinum.shtml

    Help support our activities and be part of the global internet community. Join the Internet Society as an organization member http://www.isoc.org/orgs/ or as a global (individual) member http://www.isoc.org/members/

    The Internet Society (ISOC) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1991 to provide leadership in the management of Internet related standards, educational, and policy development issues. It has offices in Washington, DC and Geneva, Switzerland. Through its current initiatives in support of education and training, Internet standards and protocol, and public policy, ISOC has played a critical role in ensuring that the Internet has developed in a stable and open manner. It is the organizational home of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) and other Internet-related bodies. For over 10 years ISOC has run international network training programs for developing countries which have played a vital role in setting up the Internet connections and networks in virtually every country that has connected to the Internet during this time, while at the same time working to protect the Internet's stability. ISOC is taking the next step in this evolution with the recent announcement of its intent to bid for the .ORG registry based on the belief that a thriving noncommercial presence is a key element in developing a strong social and technical infrastructure in all nations. For additional information see http://www.isoc.org.

    Internet Society Member Briefings
     
  • Addressing the Digital Divide with IPv6-enabled Broadband Power Line Communications (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Establishment of global IPv6 address policies (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Grid Computing (PDF) (TXT)
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  • The Regional Internet Registry Policy Development Process (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Instant Messaging and Presence on the Internet (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Chilling Effects of the U.S. DMCA on Cryptographic Research (PDF) (TXT)
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  • IPv6 in the Home Makes Sense (PDF) (TXT)
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  • The Transition to IPv6 (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Open Pluggable Edge Services (OPES) (PDF) (TXT)
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  • IPv6 Implementation (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Scaling the Internet's Routing System (PDF) (TXT)
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  • Universal Design for the Internet (PDF) (TXT)
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  • IPv6 and the Future of Internet (PDF) (TXT)
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      Xiran
     
  • A Nobel End-node Architecture for Next Generation Internet
  • EC IPv6 Cluster Documents
     
  • IPv6 Research and Development in Europe
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  • Moving to IPv6 in Europe
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    IPv6 Task Force Documents
     
  • eEurope 2005: An information society for All
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  • Barcelona European Council 15 and 16 March 2002: Presidency Conclusions
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  • Priorities for action in migrating to the new Internet Protocol IPv6
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  • Main IPv6 Task Force Report
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    IST Program Project's Documents
      6LINK
     
  • IPv6 Newsletter #1
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  • IPv6 Newsletter #2
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  • IPv6 Newsletter #3
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  • IPv6 Newsletter #4
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  • IPv6 Newsletter #5
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  • IPv6 Newsletter #6
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  • Standardisation Report #1
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  • Standardisation Report #2
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  • Standardisation Report #3
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  • Cluster Workshop Report #1
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  • Cluster Workshop Report #2
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  • Cluster Workshop Report #3
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  • Cluster Workshop Report #4
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      6NET
     
  • 6 NET Newsletter December 2002
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  • 6 NET Newsletter June 2002
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  • Report on 1st 6NET Training Workshop
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  • Report on the 6NET Project Website
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  • 6NET Dissemination and Use Plan, First Version
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  • 6NET Dissemination and Use Plan, Second Version
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  • 6NET Management Tools Requirements
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  • Report on IETF Multihoming Solutions
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  • 6NET Identification of user community for Activities 5.3 and 5.4
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  • Survey and evaluation of MIPv6 implementations
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  • IPv6 Wireless LAN Access Issues
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  • Definition of generic framework for IPv6 applications trials and evaluation
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  • IPv6 Routing Plan for the 6NET Network
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  • IPv4 to IPv6 scoping report for end-site networks/universities
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  • 6NET Initial report on technology for wireless LAN/MAN transition to IPv6
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  • Operational procedures to be followed by organisations connected to 6NET
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  • Procedures for the approval and scheduling of 6NET tests
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  • Report on Liaison between 6NET and Euro6IX
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  • Initial IPv4 to IPv6 Migration Cookbook for organizational/ISP (NREN) and backbone networks
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  • 6NET Network Management Initial Architecture
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  • 6NET IPv6 Network Management Cookbook
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  • Report on Joint 6NET/Euro6IX Workshop
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  • 6NET Specification of IPv6 Applications to be developed within the project
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  • IPv4 to IPv6 migration scoping report for organisational (NREN) networks
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  • Operational procedures for secured management with transition mechanisms
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  • DHCPv6 implementation and test report
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  • 6NET Management Architecture Specifications
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  • 6NET Identification of user community for Activities 5.1 and 5.2
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  • 6NET Contribute and report on discussions on IPv6 support in RIPE database
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  • IPv6 DNS service for the 6NET Network
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  • Issues for IPv6 deployment (missing pieces for IPv6 deployment and IPv6-only operation)
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  • IPv4 to IPv6 migration scoping report for core networks
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  • Europe to build the world's highest capacity IPv6 Research Network
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      6POWER
     
  • Project Presentation
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  • Dissemination & Use Plan
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  • Web Site
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  • Report on IPv6-over-PLC relevant issues
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  • IPv6-over-PLC Interface Specification (v1.0)
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  • Identificaton of IPv6-enabled devices to be used in home automation
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      6QM
     
  • Project Presentation
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  • Dissemination & Use Plan
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      Euro6IX
     
  • Project Presentation
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  • Specification of the Internal Network Structure of each IX
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  • Network Usage
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  • Report of the First Year Network and Application Research Activities
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  • Dissemination & Use Plan
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  • Web Site
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  • Report on Liaison with 6NET
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  • Dissemination Activity Report
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  • Report on the Euro6IX/6NET Workshop
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      Eurov6
     
  • Project Presentation
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  • Dissemination and Use Plan
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  • System Concept M6
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  • Web Site
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      G»ANT
     
  • G»ANT IPv6 Rollout and Implementation plan
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      IPv6 TF-SC
     
  • Project Presentation
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  • IPv6 Overall Status
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      LONG
     
  • Programming Guidelines on Transition to IPv6
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  • LONG Public Technical Details
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      Moby Dick
     
  • Definition Trial Scenarios
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  • Trial Scenarios Definition
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