IPv6 in BREN
As the world is still preparing for the real deployment and adoption of the new Internet Protocol, IPv6 training and experimentation will get more important. The IPv6 test laboratory of BREN gives the opportunity to develop a solid experiment base for the new protocol that will help ensure the interrupted online functioning of institutions and companies.
IPv6 research projects of BREN:
BREN IPv6 test lab was officially opened on 12 March 2008 and is located in the building of Executive Agency ECNIS on 6 Gurko str., Sofia. It is a part of a global network of IPv6 test and training labs like the one in the French Research Network RENATER. The purpose of the lab is to ensure open environment to test solutions, configurations and applications based on IPv6. Internet experts, scientists, state administration servants and telecommunications specialists have the possibility to experiment (on site or with remote access) different innovative solutions related to IPv6 deployment. The laboratory is accessible in Internet via IPv4 and IPv6 through the pan-European research network GEANT which is fully IPv6 enabled and covers considerable part of the IPv6 traffic in Europe.