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Companies Implementing IPv6?
- Subject: Companies Implementing IPv6?
- From: [email protected] (Aad van der Zanden)
- Date: Thu, 05 Mar 1998 08:21:16 +0100
At 08:31 AM 3/4/98 -0800, Vince Grimaldi wrote:
> you may wish to look into FTP Software's implementation as well. The have
>a software package for Windows95. Take a look at there web page. The
>software package is "OnNet32" version 3.0. They are working on a version
>that is in beta now. This version includes IPSEC, and other security
Paul and others
Let me try to save you from the frustration I experienced
It seems to be a low priority for FTP software to supply or
support IPv6 . I have been pulling my hair out after trying to reach
Chip sparling from FTP software( IPv6 product manager) .
I believe some 6bone members confirmed that FTP has put IPv6 on a low
We had even bought a couple of sets of the product ( Onnet32 ) and it was
on our tests. Although I did see some people had some luck in getting it to
Unless people can state clearly to me I am wrong
( some proof would be even more convincing), I think a lot of
people share my opinion . This is based on the earlier responses I got
from the 6bone mailing list when I was desperately asking 6bone people
to help me on this product.(4 nov 97)
So don't say I did not warn you.
>Hope this helps,
>At 09:44 AM 3/4/98 -0600, you wrote:
>> I am a systems engineer working research and development for General
>> Dynamics Information Systems. My company is just starting a lab
>> environment to implement IPv6. Our lab started out with a Windows NT 4.0
>> server, laptops and Pentium machines. My first task was to find out
>> which companies produce IPv6 products.
>> I started out using the "IPng Implementations" list at
>> I attempted to contact each of the host and router implementations listed
>> there. I got some kind of response from (routers) Cisco Systems, Hitachi,
>> Ipsilon Networks, and Telebit; as well as (hosts) Digital, Epilogue,
>> Process Software, Silicon Graphics, and Sun.
>> What I need to find out is which products are "best" to select/purchase
>> for our new lab. Our R&D is based upon the following task statement
>> (number 1 of 8):
>> "Mobile backbone that can support multimedia. Survey what is state of
>> the art. What exists now on IPv6 that can support mobile IP? RSVP?
>> Investigate relationships of OSI seven layer model and mobile backbone to
>> support multimedia. What is role of ATM? Are products available? What
>> is the cost? Report."
>> I'd appreciate any advice on how to start: what routers, what work
>> stations, etc.
>> Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
>> Paul Maggitti
>> [email protected]
>> General Dynamics Information Systems
>> 8800 Queen Avenue South, M/S BLCS2X
>> Bloomington, MN 55431
>> (612) 921-6885/(612) 830-5100 (fax)
>Corporate Systems Engineer
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