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Latif Ladid - Ipv6, The two-way internet. The next big thing Latif Ladid - Ipv6, The two-way internet. The next big thing Presentation Transcript

  • IP v 6 The T w o - W a y I n t e r n e t
  • 100 80 60 40 20 The Internet took a long time to make it!
  • RFC801 – NCP / TCP Transition Plan Total Hosts Dual Hosts NCP Hosts TCP Hosts "Load" Date 200 20 178 2 356 Jan-82 210 40 158 12 1896 Mar-82 220 60 135 25 3375 May-82 225 95 90 40 3600 Jul-82 230 100 85 45 3825 Sep-82 240 125 55 60 3300 Nov-82 245 155 20 70 1400 Dec-82 250 170 0 80 0 31-Dec-82 250 0 0 250 0 1-Jan-83 Network Working Group J. Postel Request for Comments: 801 ISI November 1981
  • 100 80 60 40 20 Internet was Competing against others
  • The IPv4 Address Exhausting Debate  2010 2030 Tony Hain Geoff Huston 2% 2011 7/256
  • The Internet Losers have met their Enemy! It‘s called Forklift Upgrade USGv6 July 1, 2010 !
  • The Enemy this time is the Internet community!
  • All ISPs will have to take off like this!” Anonymous 2010
  • Deal with IPv4 Exhaustion Carrier IPv4 NAT—“NAT444” Private IP Moves into the ISP Private IP Private IP Private IP Private IP IPv4 IPv4 IPv4 IPv4 Private IP
  • Max 30 Translations
  • Max 20 Translations
  • Max 15 Translations
  • Max 10 Connections
  • 100 80 60 40 20 Experimental Phase (1999 - 2002)   . Early Adopters (2002 - 2007)  Deployment (2007 - Now)   Since 2007 a growing number of IPv6 allocation requests. IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR
  • 100 80 60 40 20 Experimental Phase (1999 - 2002)   . Early Adopters (2002 - 2007)  Deployment (2007 - Now)   Since 2007 a growing number of IPv6 allocation requests. IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR
  • 100 80 60 40 20 Experimental Phase (1999 - 2002)   . Early Adopters (2002 - 2007)  Deployment (2007 - Now)   Since 2007 a growing number of IPv6 allocation requests. IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR
  • New Certification for IPv6 Services                      
  • APPROVED IPv6 COURSES Salman Asadulah Vipul S Redey Applied Approved Course Gold CCNA CCNP CCIE Cisco www.ipv6.cisco.com US Selvakumar Manickam Applied Approved Course Gold Universiti Sains Malaysia http://www.nav6.org MY Silvia Hagen Applied Approved Course Gold Sunny Connection AG www.sunny.ch CH Michael Biber Applied Approved Course Silver IPv6Now www.ipv6now.com.au AU Haris Applied Approved Course Silver Sahara Net www.sahara.com SA
  • New Certification for IPv6 Services                      
  • APPROVED IPv6 COURSES Salman Asadulah Vipul S Redey Applied Approved Course Gold CCNA CCNP CCIE Cisco www.ipv6.cisco.com US Selvakumar Manickam Applied Approved Course Gold Universiti Sains Malaysia http://www.nav6.org MY Silvia Hagen Applied Approved Course Gold Sunny Connection AG www.sunny.ch CH Michael Biber Applied Approved Course Silver IPv6Now www.ipv6now.com.au AU Haris Applied Approved Course Silver Sahara Net www.sahara.com SA
  • Only Time Will Tell…