23-27 April 2012
J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry
Europe/Prague timezone

The IPv6 reality check: what we learned so far on the IPv6 distributed testbed.

26 Apr 2012, 14:50
20m
J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry

J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry

Dolejškova 2155/3, 182 23 Prague 8, Czech Republic
Security & Networking Security & Networking

Speaker

Francesco Prelz (Sezione di Milano)

Description

The outcome of the first, extremely basic application tests that were performed on the dual-stack testbed that was set up by the HEPix IPv6 group is reported. Running sustained file transfers and deploying the File Transfer Service (FTS) over a mesh of 'gridftp' servers provided enough real-life issues for a first reality check.

Primary author

Francesco Prelz (Sezione di Milano)

Co-authors

Dr Andreas Pfeiffer (CERN) Bruno Hoeft (Unknown) Dr David Kelsey (Particle Physics) Edoardo Martelli (CERN) Erik Mattias Wadenstein (Unknown) Kars Ohrenberg (DESY) Luuk Uljee (SARA) Dr Mario Reale (GARR) Mark Mitchell (University of Glasgow) Mr Philip DeMar (FERMILAB) Ramiro Voicu (California Institute of Technology (US)) Sabah Salih (University of Manchester (GB)) Sandor Rozsa (California Institute of Technology (US)) Soumaya Lanouar Thomas Finnern (DESY) Dr Tony Wildish (Princeton University (US))

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