TEC | How to obtain IPv6 Ready Logo

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How to obtain IPv6 Ready Logo

Additional Approval Policies
Software/hardware product version update
  • If a new product version changes the networking stack, the IPv6 Ready Logo Committee requires that the applicant reruns and resubmits both conformance and interoperability tests logs if the new product is to continue to use the already assigned IPv6 Ready Logo ID.
  • If the new product version does not change the network stack, vendor can update the registered version by submitting a new application.

Important: The IPv6 Ready Logo Committee reserves the right to request for more information from vendors as required. If needed the IPv6 Ready Logo can ask the vendors to re-run the test and submit the test logs.

Product series with identical networking stack
  • If a series of products uses an identical networking stack, that product series will be accepted with one application, on condition that the network stack is identical across the product family and that it is clearly stated in the application form.

Important: The IPv6 Ready Logo Committee reserves the right to request for more information from vendors as required. If needed the IPv6 Ready Logo can ask the vendors to re-run the test and submit the test logs.

OEM licensee
  • OEM Licensor can extend its IPv6 Ready Logo ID to OEM Licensee. OEM Licensee can register their products with IPv6 Ready Logo Committee without testing as long as there is a one to one IPv6 stack transfer is certified by OEM Licensor. At this time, Applicant must specify the original product name and Logo ID on the bottom of the application form.
  • The associated OEM Logo ID is always stated on the Logo website as part of their approval. This means that the applicant would have their own accepted Logo ID public on the website.
  • If the OEM licensee does not wish to make this agreement known and wishes to obtain its own IPv6 Ready Logo ID, they must run and submit both conformance and interoperability tests logs as for any products.

 

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