ARLA/CLUSTER: IPv6 no radioamadorismo as suas implicações
João Costa > CT1FBF
Quarta-Feira, 11 de Janeiro de 2017 - 13:04:01 WET
O que Ã© o IPv6.?
IPv6 Ã© a versÃ£o mais atual do Protocolo de Internet. Originalmente
oficializada em 6 de junho de 2012, Ã© fruto do esforÃ§o do IETF - Internet
Engineering Task Force para criar a "nova geraÃ§Ã£o de IP`s" (IPng: Internet
Protocol next generation), cujas linhas mestras foram descritas por Scott
Bradner e Allison Marken, em 1994, na RFC 1752. A sua principal
especificaÃ§Ã£o encontra-se na RFC 2460.HamRadioNow: IPv6 and HamWAN
This *Gary Pearce KN4AQ* video from the TAPR/ARRL Digital Communication
Conference covers IPv6 and HamWAN
IPv6 is the brand new addressing scheme for the Internet that will solve
all the problems of running out of addresses that IPv4 will run into...
um... yesterday. It will provide enough unique addresses to assign one to
approximately every molecule of matter on the planet, or at least all the
Internet of Things things that Scotty Cowling listed in HRN 289. And by
brand new of course we mean 20 years old. And in Internet years, that's old.
We learn all this from *Brian Fields W9CR* at the 2016 ARRL & TAPR DCC in
St. Petersburg FL. Brian was a local host for this DCC. He's made
presentations the 2015 and 2016 HamventionÂ® TAPR forums.
And as Brian explains, this topic affects Amateur Radio in a couple of
ways. One is the HamWAN project, a wide-coverage, high-speed data network
on 5 GHz. Brian runs the system in Tampa, and it uses IPv6 addressing. The
other is that ham radio has one of the few remaining large blocks of unused
IPv4 addresses. And they're worth some money (real money).
Watch HRN 290: IPv6, HamWAN Tampa from the 2016 DCC on HamRadioNow
Previous editions of HamRadioNow
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