The paper submission deadline is extended to April 13 but the abstract should be registered by April 6.
This one-day workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from academia and industry to engage in an in-depth discussion on various research and deployment issues of IPv6 and their impact on the future of the Internet. In recent years the global deployment of IPv6 started taking off, especially in the Asian-Pacific area.
To date IPv6 development efforts have mainly focused on protocol standardization, product development, and network operations, rather than as a research target.
However, we believe that the accumulated experiences in these practices now provide interesting research opportunities, not only for those who have been involved in IPv6 development but also for the broader network research community. We expect the workshop to open a dialog between networking researchers and practitioners, and foster synergistic activities thereafter.
|Friday August 31|
|9:00 - 10:15||Protocol Design and Evaluation (Session Chair: Richard Draves, Microsoft)|
Internetworking Between Zigbee/802.15.4 and IPv6/802.3 Network
Reen-Cheng Wang (National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan)
Experiences with IPFIX-based Traffic Measurement for IPv6 Networks
Nakjung Choi (Seoul National University of Korea, Korea)
An evaluation of the NAP protocol for IPv6 router auto-configuration
Guillaume Chelius (INRIA / INSA de Lyon, France)
|10:15 - 10:45||Break|
|10:45 - 12:00||Multi-Homing and Network Design (Session Chair: Yoshifumi Nishida, Sony CSL)|
Forming an IPv6-only Core for Today's Internet
Hong Zhang (Tsinghua University, China)
Improved Path Exploration in shim6-based multihoming
Sebastien Barre (Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium)
Tackling IPv6 address scalability from the root
Mei Wang (Stanford University, USA)
|12:00 - 13:15||Lunch|
|13:15 - 14:30||Routing Architecture (Session Chair: Maoke Chen, Tsinghua University)|
A Scalable Exact matching in Balance Tree Scheme for IPv6 Lookup
Sun Qiong (Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)
A Scalable Routing System Design for Future Internet
Daniel Massey (Colorado State University, USA)
Projecting IPv6 Forwarding Characteristics Under Internet-wide Deployment
Craig Shue (Indiana University, USA)
|14:30 - 15:00||Break|
|15:00 - 15:50||Security (Session Chair: Beichuan Zhang, University of Arizona)|
Security, Safety and the Acceptance of IPv6
George Neville-Neil (Neville-Neil Consulting, USA)
IPv6 specific issues to track states of network flows
Yasuyuki Kozakai (Toshiba Corporation, Japan)
|15:50 - 16:00||Short Break|
|16:00 - 17:00||Panel Discussion "Routing and Addressing in IPv6"
Moderator: Lixia Zhang (UCLA, USA)
ACM SIGCOMM IPv6 and the Future of the Internet (IPv6+) Workshop seeks papers describing significant research contributions to the field of IPv6 and their relevance on the future of the Internet. IPv6 was primarily motivated by the address shortage problem of IPv4. It provides a much larger address space than IPv4. However, the competing technology Network Address Translation (NAT) has alleviated the address shortage problem to some extent, and other problems, such as routing scalability, management, mobility, and security, have become increasingly prominent. At the mean time, the global deployment of IPv6 has gradually taken off. Modern operating systems are shipped with both IPv4 and IPv6 stacks, and IPv6-compatible backbones came into existence. As it is costly to migrate from one network architecture to another one, can we take this opportunity to address additional problems in the IPv4 Internet by extending the IPv6 protocol suite? What new problems are/were encountered in the process of deploying IPv6? And what lessons have we learned?
We invite submissions that shed light on the above questions.
Submissions in both academic and operational flavors are welcome.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Submissions must be no greater than 6 pages in length, must be a pdf file, and must follow the formatting guidelines at http://www.sigcomm.org/sigcomm2007/workshop-psg.html. Submissions that deviate from these guidelines will be rejected without consideration. Reviews will be single-blind: authors name and affiliation should be included in the submission. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at the workshop. Submissions must be original work not under review at any other workshop, conference, or journal.
Please submit papers through the EDAS submission page.
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|Workshop:||Aug 31, 2007|
|Program Co-chairs:||Xiaowei Yang||UC Irvine, US||xwy uci.edu|
|Tatuya Jinmei||Toshiba, Japan||jinmei isl.rdc.toshiba.co.jp|
|Maoke Chen||Tsinghua, China||cmk ns.6test.edu.cn|
|Kilnam Chon||KAIST, Korea||chon cosmos.kaist.ac.kr|
|Rich Draves||Microsoft, US||richdr microsoft.com|
|Paul Francis||Cornell, US||francis cs.cornell.edu|
|Tony Hain||Cisco, US||alh-ietf tndh.net|
|Masaki Hirabaru||NICT, Japan||masaki nict.go.jp|
|Xing Li||Tsinghua, China||xing cernet.edu.cn|
|Yoshifumi Nishida||Sony CSL, Japan||nishida csl.sony.co.jp|
|Pekka Savola||CSC/FUNET, Finland||pekkas netcore.fi|
|Dave Thaler||Microsoft, US||dthaler windows.microsoft.com|
|Laurent Toutain||ENST-Bretagne, France||laurent.toutain enst-bretagne.fr|
|Beichuan Zhang||University of Arizona, US||bzhang cs.arizona.edu|
|Lixia Zhang||UCLA, US||lixia cs.ucla.edu|