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NIST IPv6 Profile

November 24, 2020
Author(s)
Douglas C. Montgomery, Mark E. Carson, Timothy Winters, Michayla Newcombe, Timothy Carlin
This profile establishes a basic taxonomy of IPv6 capabilities, defined in terms of IETF specifications, resulting in specific capability labels for common network functions and usage scenarios. The profile maps each such labeled capability to one or more

USGv6 Profile

November 24, 2020
Author(s)
Douglas C. Montgomery, Mark E. Carson, Timothy Winters, Michayla Newcombe, Timothy Carlin
This profile establishes a basic taxonomy of IPv6 capabilities, defined in terms of IETF specifications, resulting in specific capability labels for common network functions and usage scenarios. The profile maps each such labeled capability to one or more

A Profile for IPv6 in the U.S. Government - Version 1.0

July 1, 2008
Author(s)
Douglas C. Montgomery, J. S. Nightingale, Sheila E. Frankel, Mark E. Carson
This publication seeks to assist Federal agencies in formulating plans for the acquisition of IPv6 technologies. To achieve this, we define a standards profile for IPv6 in the USG that is intended to be applicable to all future uses of IPv6 in non-

Micro-Time-Scale Network Measurements and Harmonic Effects

April 28, 2004
Author(s)
Mark E. Carson, Darrin J. Santay
As network transmission speeds increase, packet streams increasingly uncover fine details of the interior behavior of router hardware and software. This behavior reveals itself as a set of harmonic effects, as interior clocks periodically interrupt packet