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IPv6 Transition and IPv4 address sharing mechanisms

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The IPv4 address space is running out. Many a transition to IPv6 as the only answer to this, but all recognise this as long and arduous process with many obstacles. This talk will provide descriptions and tradeoffs of a number of mechanisms for sharing IPv4 addresses while supporting the transition to IPv6. This work has been done in conduction with Nejc Skoberne, Olaf Maennel, and Jozef Woods at Loughborough.

Bio: Iain Phillips is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science a Loughborough University, where he served as Head of Department for 3.5 years ending this summer. He is now taking sabbatical leave and as part of this spending 2 days a week at the lab. His research interests are network architecture and performance including the Internet, wireless sensor networks and ad-hoc networks.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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