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Heinz-Werner Schuelting - IPV6 Piloting

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Heinz-Werner Schuelting - IPV6 Piloting

IPv6 Public Authorities workshop
IPV6 Conference - Tuesday Dec 14th 2010
Ghent, Belgium

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  • 1. IPV6 Piloting
    Dr. Heinz-Werner Schuelting
    Deutschland-Online Infrastruktur (DOI)
    14. Dezember 2010
    Ghent
  • 2. Deutschland Online Infrastruktur
    • DOI: Infrastructure providing services for federal government, states and municipalities
    • 3. Nation wide secure MPLS-Network
    • 4. Secure eMail
    • 5. Public Key Infrastructure
    • 6. Basic Services: DNS, DNSsec, TSIG,
    • 7. Status IPv6 Readiness
    • 8. Transport: IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack (10/2009)
    • 9. Network protection devices (6/2010, now in test)
    • 10. Encryption devices (9/2010, now in test)
    • 11. IPv6 Production planned: 2/2011
  • Status of IPv6 readyness in DOI
    Extent of Test Pilot
    • Transport, VPNs, IPsec, QoS, High Availability
    • 12. DNS, DNSsec, TSIG, eMail, SMTP auth, PKI
  • Pilots
    VoIP Dataport / Hamburg
    • IP telephony based on IPv6
    • 13. 120,000 end-user devices
    Testbed DOI
    • IP/MPLS layer
    • 14. Services (eMail, DNS, network protection, encryption devices)
    • 15. PKI
    • 16. Crypto Management
    • 17. IPv6 Tunnels
    • 18. Failover / High Availability
  • Examples of possible experiments (1a)
    IPv6 enabling of central registers (e.g. transport authority, pension authority)
    • Initial situation
    • 19. access to central registers over several different networks
    • 20. multiple NATting > missing or incorrect DNS resolutions
    • 21. "hard-wired" IP addresses
    • 22. lack of transparency > separate authorization process
    • 23. Europe wide sTESTA based data exchange
    • 24. Solution / Show case
    • 25. Use of unique global IPv6 addresses at involved parties
    • 26. IPv6 enabling of selected central registers and services
  • Examples of possible experiments (1b)
    IPv6 enabling of central registers (e.g. transport authority, pension authority) (cont.)
    • Possible Stakeholders
    • 27. Transport Authority / Pension Authority
    • 28. Public Service Centers
    • 29. Municipalities
    • 30. Transition Plan
    • 31. IPv6 and IPv4 have to run in parallel
    • 32. Most registers will not be IPv6 enabled in the first step
  • Examples of possible experiments (2)
    IPv6 based energy monitoring application
    • Initial Situation
    • 33. Germany must reduce gas emissions by up to 90% in the long term
    • 34. This can be done by monitoring and controlling large numbers of devices
    • 35. Solution / Show case
    • 36. Ipv6 enabling of metering applications
    • 37. Show case: Complex energy user like a school, a hospital
    • 38. Possible Stakeholders
    • 39. Thermal Engineering GmbH Quedlinburg (SME)
    • 40. University Magdeburg (F&E)
    • 41. Ministry of Economy and Labour of Saxony-Anhalt (Public)
  • Examples of possible experiments (3a)
    Migration Toolset for eGov Applications
    • Initial Situaton
    • 42. No experience with IPv6 in administrations of small municipalities
    • 43. Large number of specific applications with users in different IPv4 networks
    • 44. Solution / Showcase
    • 45. Step 1: IPv6 enabling of centrally hosted applications with dual stack access
    • 46. Step 2: IPv6 enabling of a small administration unit
    • 47. Step 3: Migration guide for small administrations
  • Examples of possible experiments (3b)
    Migration Toolset for eGov Applications (cont.)
    • Possible Stakeholders
    • 48. KDVZ Citkomm (public service provider)
    • 49. Small municipality
    • 50. Software development Company (SME)
    • 51. Transition Plan
    • 52. IPv6 and IPv4 have to run in parallel
    • 53. Step 3 contains a long term transition plan
  • Examples of possible experiments (4)
    Requirements profile for IPv6 in ICT equipment
    Germany appreciates and supports the Slovenian proposal for a
    IPv6 profile for ICT equipment
    Some comments for further development:
    • more  details than at RFC level
    • 54. guidelines for use of optional fields defined in some RFCs
    • 55. a matrix matching requirements and policies to certain IPv6 functions
    • 56. next step could be IPv6 software requirements
    • 57. Proposal:
    • 58. getting support from EU COM to spread this in Europe
    • 59. to be integrated into the pilot (mapped against results from the experiments)
     
     
  • 60. Relevant validation criteria (1)
    Innovation
    • New techniques coming with IPv6 should be used and tested
    • 61. Examples: mobility, security, use of vast numbers of addresses
    • 62. Benefits of these approaches should be proved
    Learning effect
    • Experiments should show weaknesses and stumbling blocks of IPv6 migration
    • 63. Requirements to products (> profile) and configurations should be derived
    • 64. Public administrations and SEMs throughout the EU should benefit from the results
     
     
  • 65. Relevant validation criteria (2)
    Cost efficiency
    • Approach should show cost advantages compared with IPv4 based solutions
    • 66. Costs and benefits have to be analyzed
    • 67. Cost of the migration should become transparent
    • 68. Costs must be monitored
     
     
  • 69. Thank you for your attention!HeinzWerner.Schuelting@bmi.bund.de