Comcast, ISC Offers Open-source IPv6 Tool

Called Address Family Transition Router (AFTR), the software is free of charge to network engineers.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 19, 2010
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Comcast and Internet Systems Consortium have released open source software to help carriers and enterprises migrate to IPv6. According to this Network World story, the software is called Address Family Transition Router (AFTR) and is free of charge to network engineers who want to experiment with this IPv6 transition mechanism.


"Comcast and Internet Systems Consortium announced on Thursday the availability of open source software that will help carriers and enterprises migrate to IPv6, the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol. Called Address Family Transition Router (AFTR), the software is available immediately and free of charge to network engineers who want to experiment with this IPv6 transition mechanism. AFTR version 1.01 can be downloaded here."

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