Implementing A+P in the provider's IPv6-only network
draft-deng-softwire-aplusp-experiment-results-02

 
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Abstract

This memo describes an implementation of A+P in a provider's IPv6- only network. It provides details of the implementation, network elements, configurations and test results as well. Besides traditional port range A+P, a scattered port sets flavor of A+P is also implemented to verify feasibility of offering non-continuous port sets with A+P approach. The test results consist of the application compatibility test, UPnP 1.0 extensions and UPnP 1.0 friendly port allocation for A+P, port usage and BitTorrent behaviors with A+P. This memo focuses on the IPv6 flavor of A+P.

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Xiaohong Deng (dxhbupt@gmail.com)
Mohammed Boucadair (mohamed.boucadair@orange-ftgroup.com)
Yiu Lee (yiu_lee@cable.comcast.com)
Xiaohong Huang (huangxh@bupt.edu.cn)
Qin Zhao (zhaoqin.bupt@gmail.com)

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