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YAMAHA will go to IPv6 especially for the remote router products Akira Takayama Yamaha corporation, AV & IT Business group
YAMAHA and The Internet YAMAHA is one of the most popular vendor of ISDN remote router in Japan MIDI stream broadcasting service, “ MidRadio ” Downloadable ring tone for cellular phones, e.g. “ MeloCha! ”
YAMAHA ISDN remote router For home use RTA52i RT60w For office use RT103i RT140i / RT140e / RT140f / RT140p RT200i RT300i
Center Router/Access ServerAccess RouterLocal Router Target Office Home RT200i RT300i RT140p (T1) RT140p (23B+D) RT140e RT140f RT140i RT103i RT60w RTA52i Yamaha Router Series NEW!
Main Specification of RT series
IPv6 firmware, “ WS-ONE ” As a joint research with: WIDE project Tokyo Institute of Technology (TITECH) Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) Beta released at 2 October, 2000, for RTA50i, RTA52i and RT300i
RTA50iRTA52i RTA52i, RTA50i
IPv6 firmware, “ WS-ONE ” (cont.) Requires no changed of hardware to install WS-ONE Implemented on the original operating system
Current status of WS-ONE Now Supports: Neighbor Discovery, IPV6CP, RIPng Packet Filter IPsec （ AH, ESP, IKE only for RT300i ） SYSLOG, RADIUS etc Already works as an IPv6 access router with the static IPv6 address allocation
Current status of WS-ONE (cont.) Working Demonstration Networld + Interop IPv6 SSD (7 - 9 June, 2000 in Makuhari, Japan) INET2000 exhibition ( July, 2000 in Yokohama, Japan) WIDE camp at September 1999, 2000
Future of WS-ONE Dynamic address allocation via PPP Prefix allocation Joint research with Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) Transition mechanism IPv6 over IPv4 tunnel IPv6 – IPv4 translator Deployment
Conclusion YAMAHA is one of the most popular vendor for the home use router now, and we will be a leading company about IPv6, too. IPv6 will become a major protocol for the Internet access from the home in a couple of years. We are ready to produce IPv6 ISDN routers.