Summer 2011 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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IPv6 Wireless Campus Deployment

Time 07/11/11 03:00PM-03:20PM

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Session Abstract

Two years ago, UC Berkeley replaced its commercial wireless captive portal with a home-grown open-source captive portal system. Two major goals of the deployment were to reduce the inefficiencies in IPv4 usage on the wireless network and to make the wireless natively IPv6-capable from day one. This talk will discuss the methods for providing native IPv6 over the wireless network, the way in which we have been able to improve IPv6 service and reduce rogue RAs, future roadmaps, and interesting things we have learned in running a production IPv6-enabled wireless network for 2+ years.

Speakers

Speaker Michael Sinatra Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail IPv6 Campus Wireless Deployment (pdf)

Speaker Michael Sinatra Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Secondary tracks Net+Services Mobility in the Environment IPv6 Campus Networking

Session Media

media item thumbnail IPv6 Wireless Campus Deployment Netcast Archive Two years ago, UC Berkeley replaced its commercial wireless captive portal with a home-grown open-source captive portal system. Two major goals of the deployment were to reduce the inefficiencies in IPv4 usage on the wireless network and to make the wireless natively IPv6-capable from day one. This talk will discuss the methods for providing native IPv6 over the wireless network, the way in which we have been able to improve IPv6 service and reduce rogue RAs, future roadmaps, and interesting things we have learned in running a production IPv6-enabled wireless network for 2+ years. media item thumbnail IPv6 Wireless Campus Deployment Netcast Archive Two years ago, UC Berkeley replaced its commercial wireless captive portal with a home-grown open-source captive portal system. Two major goals of the deployment were to reduce the inefficiencies in IPv4 usage on the wireless network and to make the wireless natively IPv6-capable from day one. This talk will discuss the methods for providing native IPv6 over the wireless network, the way in which we have been able to improve IPv6 service and reduce rogue RAs, future roadmaps, and interesting things we have learned in running a production IPv6-enabled wireless network for 2+ years.

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