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Title: IPv6 and ETSI : some initiatives


1
  • IPv6 and ETSI some initiatives
  • Reference to IPV6 by committees (e.g. 3GPP)
  • Interoperability events
  • IP-T (testing) committee
  • IPv6 logo programme

3rd IPv6 Interoperability event Cannes
September 2002
  • philippe.cousin_at_etsi.org Interoperability
    service manager 33 4 92 94 43 06

SEE MORE AT WWW.ETSI.ORG/PLUGTESTS
2
4th IPv6 Task Force MeetingIPv6 Roadmap
Recommendations
  • Approved recommendations
  • .The requirement for IPv6 implies a need for
    coordinated trials and tests . which are more
    likely to succeed via both harmonisation of
    standards and readily available interoperability
    events (such as those offered by ETSI). .
  • European Industry is called to
  • Support and fully participate in interoperability
    events organised notably by ETSI,

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3
The ETSI interoperability service a new
permanent service since end 2000.
  • Experiment in the period 99 2000 the interest
    to complement the standardisation works using
    regular meetings by the organisation of
     bake-offs  where participants bring
    implementations/products
  • Confirm at the GA 35, nov. 2000, the interest of
    such service and create a permanent one the
    ETSI Interoperability Service
  • July 2001 change the name  bake-off  , a
    trade-mark of Pillsbury by  Plugtests 
  • End 2002, 600 companies send about 2000 engineers
    to 26 interoperability events

4
We organize Plugtests events
  • Plugtests interoperability tests event where
    engineers of competing companies get together to
    test a (draft) standard and their implementations
  • Plugtests event
  • open event, I.e. everyone implementing the
    standard is welcome to participate
  • closed event, i.e. no sales marketing
    representatives, no customers
  • Goal improving interoperability by enhancing the
    quality of the specification
  • Open to all communication standards

5
28 ETSI Interoperability events organised (at
Jan 03 )
  • VoIP Telephony Multimedia ( 5 events)
  • Bluetooth ( 4)
  • IPv6 (2000, 2001, 2002)
  • Speech Quality (2)
  • OMA SyncML (11 in 2002)
  • SIP (2)
  • SCTP/SIGTRAN (3)
  • Smart Card (2) including Javacard
  • Hiperlan2 (2)
  • J2ME (1) new concept of Virtual
    interoperability event
  • DSL (1)
  • OMA IMPS (Wireless Village) (1)

6
Plan for 2003 15 to 20
  • Ø 2nd Hiperlan2 January
  • Ø Lawfull Interception February
  • Ø MPLS February
  • Ø SMS March or June
  • Ø OSA/PARLAY April
  • Ø Remote IPv6 12-14 May
  • Ø SMS June if not March
  • Ø 3rd Hiperlan2 July
  • Ø IPsec July
  • Ø 4th IPv6 22-26 September
  • Ø Bluetooth September
  • Ø Electronic Signature October
  • Ø Smart Card October
  • Ø J2ME October
  • Ø IPCable November
  • Ø Powerline November
  • Ø 3G, OPIUM, DSL, PKI, TETRA, LBS, To be
    allocated

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IPT Group
  • MTS IP Testing group
  • See http//www.etsi.org/ptcc/ptccIPT.htm
  • Formed in October 2002
  • Well supported
  • Will work on both conformance and
    interoperability
  • IPv6
  • Scoping phase started (STF236)
  • Finish April 2003
  • Proposal for eEurope 2005
  • Test methods, TPs, Test Suites
  • close cooperation with IPv6 Forum and 3GPP
  • SIGTRAN
  • voluntary work (12 organizations so far)
  • specifying conformance tests for M3UA and SCT
  • Others to be defined

9
The IPv6 Ready Logo Programme
  • Laurent Toutain
  • César Viho

10
Why a Logo Programme
  • Avoid confusion in the mind of customers with a
    unique programme
  • Give a strong signal to the market of IPv6
    availability
  • Prove the interoperability degree of various IPv6
    products
  • Enhance confidence of users that IPv6 is
    currently operational

To summarize, this logo programme will contribute
to the feeling that IPv6 is available and ready
to be used
11
A SMOOTH AND GRADUAL APPROACH
  • Two phases
  • Short-term period (Bootstrap)
  • Pragmatic approach
  • Mainly based on existing interoperability events
  • IPv6 mandatory core protocols and
    interoperability
  • Long-term period
  • Formal approach
  • Based on requirements issued by the IPv6 Logo
    Committee (v6LC)
  • product has successfully satisfied strong formal
    requirements

12
THE IPv6 LOGO PROGRAMME COMMITTEE (v6LC)
  • Giving the right to affix the IPv6 logos for
    products
  • Composed by 21 persons representative of the
    expertise of the different main actors involved
    in IPv6 members are either equipment vendors,
    providers, academics, organizations, and test
    laboratories

13
HOW TO REQUEST AN IPv6 LOGO?
  • Procedures to request will be based on self
    declaration mode
  • The IPv6 Logo Committee will define procedures
    and rules (including application forms) to obtain
    an IPv6 Logo
  • Companies interested in obtaining an IPv6 logo
    for a product must contact the v6LC and send the
    appropriate application forms

14
CONCLUSION
  • -gt Come to ETSI World wide interoperability
    events
  • - May remote multi-sites
  • - September Brussels, 22-26
  • http//www.etsi.org/plugtests
  • - gt Contribute to the work on test specification
  • coordinate by MTS IPT group
  • http//www.etsi.org/ptcc/ptccIPT.htm
  • -gt follow up and support the logo programme
  • and the french team INRIA/IRISA/ENST ..
  • See also www.irisa.fr/tipi
  • THANK YOU
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