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"IPv6: What Does Success Look Like?" - ISOC Briefing Panel at IETF88

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The purpose of this panel will be to review the numbers afresh, see new perspectives on v6 deployment, reflect on the progress in the last year and a half, and begin to address the question of what …

The purpose of this panel will be to review the numbers afresh, see new perspectives on v6 deployment, reflect on the progress in the last year and a half, and begin to address the question of what "good" looks like for IPv6.

* How much IPv6 traffic is "enough"?

* Enterprise networks do not generate lots of traffic, but are heavily dependent on the Internet for outsourced services. Can we have a v6 Internet without enterprise deployments? What's stopping them?

* Apart from backbone IPv6 traffic, what are the key milestones for IPv6 progress? E.g., the relationship between IPv6 deployment and (reduced) reliance on Large Scale NATs

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  • 1. IPv6: What Does Success Look Like? Leslie Daigle, moderator. Chief Internet Technology Officer The Internet Society http://www.internetsociety.org
  • 2. We are… Not at the IETF §  Taking discussion up a level §  Taking any identified work items to the appropriate IETF WGs “On the air” §  Streaming §  Recording Stopping at 12:45pm so you can all get back to the IETF… 2 The Internet Society
  • 3. Agenda outline Overview of the panel Panelists’ introductory remarks Panel discussion Open mic 3 The Internet Society
  • 4. Panel overview http://www.internetsociety.org
  • 5. The Panel Leslie Daigle (Moderator) John Brzozowski, Comcast Cable Erik Nordmark, Arista Networks Chris Palmer, Microsoft 5 The Internet Society
  • 6. www.WorldIPv6Launch.org www.WorldIPv6Launch.org 6 The Internet Society
  • 7. World IPv6 Launch: Access Networks Who? §  ATT, Comcast, Free, Internode, KDDI, Time Warner Cable, and XS4ALL initially §  69 networks achieved a measurable deployment with an average of at least 0.1% by 6 June 2012 §  This number had increased to 197 networks by 11 October 2013 IPv6 is part of Regular Business now §  New subscribers getting IPv6 on by default, no user config needed §  This was measured by Google, Facebook, and Yahoo! on 6 June, 2012 and has been measured and reported each month since then. These results are here: –  http://www.worldipv6launch.org/measurements 7 §  NB: the 5 most visited websites in the world use IPv6 now The Internet Society
  • 8. Access Network Measurements – Oct 2013 Network operator measurements, 18th December 2012 Data sources: Google, Facebook, Yahoo! For measurement methodology details, see http://www.worldipv6launch.org/apps/ipv6week/ measurement/timeline-nets.html#notes 8 The Internet Society
  • 9. Google IPv6 Traffic as of Oct 17, 2013 9 The Internet Society
  • 10. IPv6 Deployment – up and to the right -  The % of traffic using IPv6 is growing consistently, and, of late, fairly rapidly. It doubled in the last year, and is at a pace to double quicker than that now. -  It seems clear from all signs of deployment that IPv6 has caught on and the waiting for other operators before starting deployment phase is over -  Deployment of IPv6 gets network operators on a path to avoid or retire large scale NATs -  Some operators are beginning to consider IPv6 only deployments in parts of their network 10 The Internet Society
  • 11. This is Great! But, what does Success look like? How much IPv6 traffic is "enough"? Enterprise networks do not generate lots of traffic, but are heavily dependent on the Internet for outsourced services. Can we have a v6 Internet without enterprise deployments? What's stopping them? Apart from backbone IPv6 traffic, what are the key milestones for IPv6 progress? E.g., the relationship between IPv6 deployment and (reduced) reliance on Large Scale NATs 11 The Internet Society
  • 12. Panelists’ introduction http://www.internetsociety.org
  • 13. The Panel Leslie Daigle (Moderator) John Brzozowski, Comcast Cable Erik Nordmark, Arista Networks Chris Palmer, Microsoft 13 The Internet Society
  • 14. Background materials http://www.internetsociety.org
  • 15. Track the data World IPv6 Launch measurements: http://www.worldipv6launch.org/measurements Google total traffic measurements: http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/ statistics.html#tab=ipv6-adoption Google per country traffic measurements: http://www.google.com/intl/en/ipv6/ statistics.html#tab=per-country-ipv6-adoption Eric Vynke s Google measurements graphed over time: http://www.vyncke.org/ipv6status/plotpenetration.php? country=sg 15 The Internet Society

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