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Moonv6 testing to continue
Posted by: Jordi on Wednesday, December 10, 2003 - 11:01 AM
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The Defense Department and the University of New Hampshire plan a second phase of interoperability tests on the Moonv6 test bed, the nation’s largest native IPv6 network.

Initial 10-day testing in October demonstrated IPv6 linkage of academic and military sites from New Hampshire to San Diego. Time was short, and there was a dearth of applications written for the new Internet Protocol.

“We had a limited number of vendor implementations to work with,” said Ben Schultz, managing engineer of the University of New Hampshire’s interoperability laboratory. Opportunities to test security also were limited, he said.

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