Spring 2012 Internet2 Member Meeting

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The Lessons Learned from the IPv6 Deployment of the CNGI Project

Time 04/25/12 03:00PM-04:00PM

Session Abstract


This session will focus on the recent development of CERNET/CERNET2 and the progress of the research activities. China Education and Research Network (CERNET) is the largest nationwide academic network in China with more than 2000 universities and institutions connected and more than 30 million users. It was established in 1994, and its backbone bandwidth is 100G. CERNET is an IPv4 network. CNGI is the biggest national project for China Next Generation Internet, co-funded by eight ministries. CNGI project started in 2003 and the major three objectives are to construct China next generation Internet backbone, to develop key network technology and major applications, and to promote the industrialization and application deployment of the equipment and software. CERNET2 is the biggest CNGI network backbone with the bandwidth of 10-40G/100G, and it is an IPv6 network with 2 million users, connecting over 260 IPv6 access networks in China and most of them have /48 IPv6 addresses.
The highlights of this session include:
- IPv6 source address validation architecture(SAVA)
- IPv4/IPv6 transition technologies
- IPv6 Security
- IPv6 Campus Network Design and Operation

Speakers

Speaker Jianping Wu CERNET

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