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Distributed and IPv6 Christian Huitema Designer, Windows Organizing Microsoft Company The Web: an incredible device to advance centralized computers? Hubert Curien, French Clergyman of Exploration, 1993:
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Distributed and IPv6 Christian Huitema Architect, Windows Networking Microsoft Corporation

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The Internet: an awesome instrument to advance centralized servers? Hubert Curien, French Minister of Research, 1993: Having a TCP-IP examination system is awesome. Rather than subsidizing a PC focus in every college, we will just need a solitary huge one in Paris. This is not precisely the Internet we had personality a primary concern back then…

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download 4 send out 1 declare 2 seek 3 Enter NAPSTER, and distributed document sharing Export the records in a proper envelope Announce the document in the focal server Search for intriguing target Retrieve the record in a distributed way Folder Client NAPSTER

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Peer-to-companion is the fundamental configuration of the Internet Recommended perusing: End-to-End Arguments in System Design. Jerome H. Saltzer, David P. Reed, and David D. Clark. In any case, this appears to have been lost in the web…

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End-to-end versus Streamlining Short term issue Connect numerous PCs, IP location are extravagant Short term improvement Use a NAT box, Hide numerous PCs behind one location Works well for web clients… Today’s enhancements are tomorrow’s detours !

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Making NAPSTER work: worldwide locations Server Alice Bob Carroll

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Making NAPSTER work with a few firewalls and NAT. Server Alice Bob Carroll

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In a universe of NAT, NAPSTER can\'t work! Server Alice Bob Carroll

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Short term: hack the NAT… Most NATs bolster some design technique: “DMZ”, “service host” We can mechanize this through UPnP Discover the NAT Reserve “port=xxxx” to “host=x.y.z.t” Consequence for applications: Use “parameterized” port Read “port on this system” from a setup document Use “global address” in trades with associates.

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In the medium term, we can\'t program all NATs Internet ? PC API NAT home ISP By 2002, we will see ISP utilizing layers of NAT. Actually, they do that in China now… We require IPv6 before that!

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Address Shortage is Real! Extrapolating the quantity of DNS enrolled locations shows downright fatigue in 2009 . In any case, by and by, the “H-ratio” of log10(addresses)/bits comes to 0.26 in 2002 .

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2002: the end of P2P? As locations get rare, ISP can’t get enough designation, more NATs get conveyed, and distributed applications begin to break!

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We require IPv6, to change the Internet Addresses are the key Scarcity: the client is a “client” Plethora: the client is a “peer” IPv6 give enough tending to 64+64 configuration: 1.8E+19 systems, units expecting IPv4 effectiveness: 1E+16 systems, 1 million systems for every human 2 systems for each sqft of Earth (20 for each m 2 ) This empowers distributed!

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We can send IPv6 ! Applications redesign? Use IPv6 for the new applications Stack overhaul? Accessible in W2K, Whistler (engineers) ISP sitting tight for Cisco? “6to4” permits programmed organization over v4 Supported by ICS (Whistler) Natural advancement of NAT. PC-1 ICS Single v4 IP PC-2 PC-3 Advertise v6 prefix PC-4

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2000 2001 2002 When would we be able to get IPv6? Tech. Review (W2K) Developers (Whistler) Deployment Now!

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More Information on IPv6 Microsoft IPv6 white paper Microsoft IPv6 Tech Preview News Microsoft IPv6 Tech Preview Kit http://ms

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