ipv6logo conference meeting
Technical Information
During this IPv6 Plugtests, IRISA, ETSI PTCC, NICI and TAHI provided the following tests:

Conformance and Interoperability tests

Test provider 

Conformance Tests

- Irisa RIPng conformance
- Irisa OSPFv3 conformance (beta version)

NICI IPv6 Standard & Testing Lab

- SNMP (beta release)

- RFC 1901 Introduction to Community-based SNMPv2.

- RFC 3416 Version 2 of the Protocol Operations for the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

- RFC 4001 Textual Conventions for Internet Network Addresses.

- RFC 4293 Management Information Base for the Internet Protocol (IP).

Protocol & Testing
Competence Centre
245 fully validated TTCN3 Test Cases on "IPv6 Core protocols":
- RFC1981 "Path MTU Discovery" (3 tests)
- RFC2460 "IPv6 Basic Specification" (27 tests)
- RFC2461 "Neighbor Discovery & Redirect" (173 tests)
- RFC2462 "Stateless Address Autoconfiguration" (11 tests)
- RFC2463 "ICMPv6"(30 tests)
- Some IPv6 Mobility prototype Test Cases (TTCN-3)
164 draft TTCN3 Test Cases on "IPv6 Mobility":
-RFC3775 "Mobility Support in IPv6"
-RFC3776 "Using IPsec to Protect Mobile IPv6 Signalling Between Mobile Nodes and Home Agents"
-RFC4068 "Fast Handovers for Mobile IPv6"
- DHCPv6

IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1 & Phase-2

Test provider 

Conformance Tests

Interoperability Tests
  - IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1 Core 
- IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 Core protocols
- IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1 Core Protocol
- IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 Core Protocol
- IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2 IPsec
Providing additional resources to run the tests for the logo

Phase-1 applies for hosts, routers and special devices. It also applies for operating systems (e.g. Linux), protocol stack.
Phase-2 applies for hosts and routers.

More about the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1 & Phase-2...

The IPv6 forum plays a major role to bring together industrial actors, to develop and deploy the new generation of IP protocols. Contrary to IPv4, which started with a small closed group of implementers, the universality of IPv6 leads to a huge number of implementations. Interoperability has always been considered as a critical feature in the Internet community.

Due to the large number of IPv6 implementations, it is important to give to the market a strong signal proving the interoperability degree of various products.

To avoid confusion in the mind of customers, a globally unique logo programme has been defined. The IPv6 logo will give confidence to users that IPv6 is currently operational. It will also be a clear indication that the technology will still be used in the future. To summarize, this logo programme will contribute to the feeling that IPv6 is available and ready to be used.


IPv6 Ready Logo website
Latest approved lists
Outline to get the Logo
Criteria of Phase-1 Logo
How to obtain Phase-1 Logo: Procedure, Application Form, Style guide (.pdf)
Technical Information
Information requests about IPv6 Ready Logo:  ipv6ready-info@ipv6ready.org


IPv6 Ready Logo website

Latest approved lists
Outline to get the Logo
Criteria of Phase-2 Logo
How to obtain Phase-2 Logo: Procedure, Application Form, Usage Agreement, Style guide (.pdf)
Technical information
Information requests about IPv6 Ready Logo: ipv6ready-info@ipv6ready.org