On Testing IPv6 in Small ISP’s Networks

Konrad Sienkiewicz , Mariusz Gajewski , Jordi Mongay Batalla


—Testing process allows to detect potential faults of implementation of IPv6 in the phase preceding migration, thus minimizing the risk of problems in IPv6 deployment. In general the IPv6 tests should be performed by all network providers, however the test range should fit their needs. It causes that test range for small network operators (offering basic set of services) could be limited in comparison to larger ISPs. In this paper, we propose an approach to IPv6 tests with regard to IPv6 deployment by small operators. We present tools and specifications for IPv6 tests and propose a test platform optimized to small ISP’s needs. The test platform is a dedicated LiveCD distribution based on FreeBSD operating system with IPv6 test environment and set of pre-defined tests. An advantage of this solution is the ability to launch the test tool software on any computer equipped with an Ethernet card and CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive. LiveCD test tool allows users to execute tests and analyze the results in graphical environment.We believe that this approach will help to simplify and shorten the IPv6 testing process in small ISP’s network
Author Konrad Sienkiewicz
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, Mariusz Gajewski
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, Jordi Mongay Batalla (FEIT / IT)
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- The Institute of Telecommunications
Journal seriesJournal of Telecommunications and Information Technology, ISSN 1509-4553, (B 7 pkt)
Issue year2011
Keywords in Englishconformance testing, interoperability testing, IPv6
ASJC Classification2208 Electrical and Electronic Engineering; 1705 Computer Networks and Communications
URL http://www.itl.waw.pl/czasopisma/JTIT/2011/2/37.pdf
Languageen angielski
JTiT 2-2011 Batalla.pdf 478.42 KB
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Publication indicators Scopus SNIP (Source Normalised Impact per Paper): 2014 = 0.559
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