IPv6 Working Group in CUDI
Corporación Universitaria para el Desarrollo de Internet

From its beginning the "RedCUDI" (known as the Internet2 Network of Mexico) has worked with IPv4 however, gradually it has begun to use IPv6 from the Backbone to the terminal equipments, for this reason it is necessary to develop and use applications with IPv6 support.

In this page you find the information of the current works that are been done by the IPv6 Working Group of CUDI (Corporación Universitaria para el Desarrollo de Internet) in Mexico.

Goals:

0. Install and prove IPv6 in Internet.
1. Install and prove IPv6 in "RedCUDI".
2. Use and develop IPv6 applications.


Joining the IPv6 Working Group
(only for institutions members ofCUDI)

Send a message to: staff_ipv6@ipv6.unam.mx
indicating the following:

* Name:
* Address:
*URL:

* Country:
* If you currently have a Mexican Internet2 connection:
* Interests and reasons to be part of the group

Once you hear confirmation, you will be a a member of the group.


Successes:

  • IPv6 Roundtable during CUDI Meeting (May 2016).
  • IP Panel during CUDI Meeting (April 2015).
  • 2nd. Survey results available of the IPv6-WG (April 2015).
  • Second survey available of the IPv6-WG (January 2015)
  • Annual Report available of the IPv6-WG (December 2014).
  • 3rd IPv6 Virtual Day "Certiv6" (October 2013).See notices: note#2.
  • Survey results available of the IPv6-WG (May 2013).
  • Annual Report available of the IPv6-WG (May 2013).
  • Survey available of the IPv6-WG (February 2013).
  • It is updated the RFCMX003 by RFCMX007 that is about "Políticas de ruteo IPv6 en RedCUDI" (October 2012).
  • Videoconferences sessions about the World IPv6 Launch Webcast (June 6th, 2012)
  • CUDI portal registered in the "World IPv6 Launch" (April 2012)
  • It is accepted the update proposal of the IPv6 Working Group (WG-IPv6) (March 2012)
  • Are presented results of the CUDI IPv6 Challenge - 2010 (May 2011).
  • 2 Virtual Days are done for the participants of the CUDI IPv6 Challenge (February 2011) Read more.
  • It is re-enabled IPv6 support on the Web Server of CUDI NOC (Dec.2010)
  • Begins formal registration period for the CUDI IPv6 Challenge (Dec.2010) Read more
  • CUDI got another IPv6 Preffix for 'RedNIBA' (December 2009)
  • RFCMXs over IPv6 available.
  • IPv6 Backbone of RedCUDI with its own IPv6 addresses.See notice (in Spanish)
  • CUDI has it´s own IPv6 Preffix. See notice. (in Spanish)
  • First Native IPv6 Connection to USA by Internet2 Abilene IPv6 Network .
  • In operation the Mexican Internet2 Backbone with IPv6 Internet2 Backbone with IPv6 (in Spanish)

Projects:

  • IPv6 Multicast in OSTN. (Work suspended)
    In collaboration with other Working Groups of CUDI.

  • IPv6 Multicast in Opera Oberta. (Work suspended)
    In collaboration with other Working Groups of CUDI.

  • Native IPv6 Network in Latin America. (Work in progress)
    In collaboration with the IPv6 Working Group of CLARA.

Monitoring Tools:

Work in Progress:

  • IPv6 connection among the participants.
  • Tests of security tools.
  • Tests with different IPv6 applications.

Events and Participations:

Interesting Sites:

CUDI www.cudi.edu.mx (in Spanish) (IPv6 and IPv4 accessible)

UNAM´s Internet2 Ex-Portal www.internet2.unam.mx (in Spanish)

RedCUDI Network Operation Center www.noc-internet2.unam.mx (in Spanish) (IPv6 and IPv4 accessible)

Mexican RFCs for RedCUDI rfc.cudi.edu.mx (in Spanish) (IPv6 and IPv4 accessible)

Other Working Groups:


IPv6 in USA
ipv6.internet2.edu
(IPv6 and IPv4 accessible)


IPv6 in CLARA
 
http://www.redclara.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=77&Itemid=151 (in Spanish)
http://www.redclara.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=77&Itemid=151&lang=en
Wiki of the IPv6 WG (in English)

Multicast http://multicast.mty.itesm.mx/cudi.htm (in Spanish)

Ex-WG QoS http://telematica.cicese.mx/internetII/qcudi/qos_cudi.html (in Spanish)

Security seguridad.cudi.edu.mx (in Spanish) (IPv6 and IPv4 accessible)

Training WG http://www.cudi.edu.mx/capacitacion/index.html