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This document analyzes issues involved in the transition of "unmanaged networks" from IPv4 to IPv6. Unmanaged networks typically correspond to home networks or small office networks. A companion paper analyzes out the requirements for mechanisms needed in various transition scenarios of these networks to IPv6. Starting from this analysis, we evaluate the… (More)
Large scale data intensive science requires global collaboration and sophisticated high capacity data management. Traditionally, mismatches between the requirements of large scale science and the restrictions of generally deployed networks have been problematic. However, the emergence of more flexible networking, for example, using techniques based on… (More)
In a companion paper we defined the "unmanaged networks", which typically correspond to home networks or small office networks, and the requirements for transition mechanisms in various scenarios of transition to IPv6. We start from this analysis and evaluate here the suitability of mechanisms that have already been specified, proposed or deployed.
In a companion paper we defined the "unmanaged networks" scope, which typically corresponds to home networks or small office networks, and the requirements for IPv6 transition mechanism in that scope. We start from this analysis and evaluate here the suitability of mechanisms defined in the NGTRANS working group.