I Pv 6 Research University of Mauritius - o Summary

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IPv6 Research
University of Mauritius
in collaboration with
Data Communications Ltd.
25 Nov 2008
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oSummary:
oData Transfer in IPv4 and IPv6.
oComparative study of routing algorithms in IPv6 and IPv4.
oTunnelling Algorithms for IPv6 in Linux.
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Data Transfer in IPv4 and IPv6
oObjective:
oComparing latency during file transfer in IPv4 and IPv6.
oRational:
othe IPv6 header is bigger than the IPv4 header.
oOptional headers may increase computation time in routers.
oImplications:
ohigher header to data ratio.
oconsequences in 3
rd
world and developing countries with poor
bandwidth.
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Data Transfer in IPv4 and IPv6
oMethodology:
omeasuring bandwidth in IPv4 and IPv6 networks under different
conditions.
oPredicting bandwidth during the transition period.
oExpected Outcomes:
oRecommend whether MRT will be able to deploy IPv6 over High End
antennas.
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Data Transfer in IPv4 and IPv6
oTeam:
oUoM-Computer Science and Engineering Dept.
oDr. O.Moonian, Mr. B.Durgahee, Mr. P.Grosset, Mr. S.Pudaruth, Mr.
A.Chutoo.
oMauritius Radio Telescope (MRT).
oDr. G.Beehary.
oData Communications Ltd.
oMr. R. Ramsurrun, Mr. K. Reddy.
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Comparative study of routing
algorithms in IPv6 and IPv4
oObjective:
oStudy limitations of existing routing protocols with respect to
increasing IPv6 deployment.
oRational:
oincreased address space.
othe number of entries in the routing tables will increase
tremendously.
olooking up the addresses in tables will need to be improved.
o(NAT will be minimized in v6, so even more nodes with a larger
address space).
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Comparative study of routing
algorithms in IPv6 and IPv4
oMethodology:
oPerform simulations with current IPv4/v6 status.
oIncrease v6 loads to find threshold when increase in v6 will result
in high latency at router levels.
oPropose solutions to existing routing algorithms.
oExpected Outcome:
oDefine ratio of v4/v6 when latencies at routers become
substantial.
oFind working solutions to efficient routing in v6.
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Comparative study of routing
algorithms in IPv6 and IPv4
oTeam:
oComputer Science and Engineering.
oA.Chutoo, P.Bhoyroo, S.Aumeer, V.Dayal.
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Tunnelling Algorithms in
Linux for Ipv6
oObjective:
oComparison of performance of the different tunnelling schemes,
under Linux, for varying network loads and varying data traffic
types.
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Tunnelling Algorithms in
Linux for Ipv6
oRational
oDuring the transition period IPv6 and IPv4 network will need to
coexist.
oCommunication between IPv6 host will need to travel through IPv4
network segments.
oTunnelling will be required for this purpose.
oComparison of existing tunnelling algorithms under different traffic
types and traffic loads will help identify the best scheme to be
used under a given traffic condition.
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Tunnelling Algorithms in
Linux for Ipv6
oMethodology
oMeasurements of parameters such as latency, bandwidth and
packet loss rate achievable on a LAN using the different tunnelling
technologies and with varying traffics loads and types.
oMeasurements of the above will be performed for WAN using a
network simulator.
oIPV6 QoSsupport abilities will be used and the effect of the
different tunnelling schemes on QoSsupport will be studied.
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Tunnelling Algorithms in
Linux for Ipv6
oExpected Outcome
oComparison tables and graphs of the different tunnelling schemes,
based on different parameters, under varying network scenarios.
oTeam:
oMr. O.Moonian, Mr. P.K.Jeeanah.
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Thank You.