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Mobile IPv6 SWG
Objectives
This SWG is working on activities for ensuring the interoperability of the equipments that implemented "MIPv6 (Mobile IPv6)" and "NEMO (Network Mobility)" from that use wide as a way to realize mobile communications is expected.
Background
"MIPv6" and "NEMO" are the protocols that realize mobile communications, and enable use of an IPv6 network as a network of mobile communications. The equipments that implemented "MIPv6" and "NEMO" can maintain communicative reachability even while moving the segments of the IPv6 networks. In view of the spread of IPv6 networks, and extension of the mobile communications field, we assume that the equipment that implemented these functions has demand, and consider that development of equipment and ensuring of quality need to be supported.
Purpose
We develop the test specifications and tools to validate the equipment as a means to ensure interoperability between equipments. The purpose of this activity is to promote the wide use of them, and to establish them as the international standard of test specification for the equipment.
Period
2003-11/2013-03(conclusion)
Products
  • 2007-01-22 : We developed the test specifications and tools. They have been adopted as the basis for the test specification of IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 NEMO.
Mobile IPv6 SWG main activity
In the following events, we cordinate the interoperability test and validated our test tools.
  • Connectathon by SUN Microsystems
  • ETSI IPv6 Plugtest by ETSI
  • TAHI Interoperability Test Event by TAHI Project
Mobile IPv6 SWG chronology
Organization
  • Successive chairman of SWG
    • 2002-11 : Yasushi Takagi (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), Hiroshi Miyata (Yokogawa Electric Corporation)
    • 2006-01 : Yasushi Takagi (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation), Kaoru Inoue (YASKAWA INFORMATION SYSTEMS Corporation)
    • 2010-07 : Kiyokaki Kawaguchi (YASKAWA INFORMATION SYSTEMS Corporation)
  • Member companies
    • Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
    • NTT Advanced Technology Corporation
    • YASKAWA INFORMATION SYSTEMS Corporation
    • Yokogawa Electric Corporation
Acknowledgment
We would like to express thanks to the following organizations.
  • BII(CHINA)
  • Chunghwa Telecom(TAIWAN)
  • Connectathon(USA)
  • ETSI(FRANCE)
  • IPv6 Forum
  • IRISA(FRANCE)
  • KAME Project(JAPAN)
  • TAHI Project(JAPAN)
  • TTA(KOREA)
  • UNH-IOL(USA)
  • USAGI Project(JAPAN)
This activity was supported in part by a grant from MIC(Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications) and NICT(National Institute of Information and Communications Technology).
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