27 and 28 January 2011

Download the video file - brian-c.mp4

IPv6 Only

Brian Carpenter - Professor, University of Auckland

Abstract:

Over the last year there have been several experiments and a lot of discussion about hosts and networks that are strictly IPv6 only. The questions are: how will they fare in the real Internet, what interworking technology is needed, and will it scale? The talk will cover interworking technology, and some of the experience that has been reported, including performance measurements made in the lab in Auckland.

Bio:

Brian E. Carpenter is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Auckland. His research interests are in Internet protocols, especially the networking and routing layers. Previously he was an IBM Distinguished Engineer working on Internet standards and technology (1997-2007). Earlier he led the networking group at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics (1985-1996). He chaired the Internet Engineering Task Force (2005-2007), the Board of the Internet Society (2000-2002) and the Internet Architecture Board (1995-2000). He holds a first degree in physics and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, and is a Chartered Engineer (UK).


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