Martin Potts - Rapporteur’s Remarks

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  • 1. Rapporteur’s Remarks
  • 2. The IANA IPv4 address pool has run out 2
  • 3. Things are (finally!) moving (1)Whilst the penetration of IPv6 may still be low, 2010has seen an increased take-up in all the measures •  ASes •  Traffic •  Website accesses •  Available content (Google, YouTube, Yahoo, Facebook (2011), ...) •  Product enquiries to vendors •  Requests for training •  ….
  • 4. Things are (finally!) moving (2)2 years ago, the stimulation for implementation was interms of high-level policy: •  US DoD •  EC Action Plan •  Regional Internet Registries •  ……But now the market is reacting …..
  • 5. Things are (finally!) moving (3) •  90% of networking products are IPv6 enabled … though predominantly in the backbone •  OSs are IPv6 enabled •  …..Missing: •  Dual-stacked CPEs, STBs, …. •  Firewalls •  Some “temporary” mechanisms have been necessary to ensure access to IPv4-only content, or from IPv4-only users •  .…
  • 6. Things are (finally!) moving (4)Users are asking for IPv6.The last link in the chain to get the user onto IPv6 isthe Operator / ISP.We are seeing the Operators / ISPs now wanting toencourage users to deploy IPv6, since it will be lessexpensive for them than keeping IPv4 running.Major Operators / ISPs are into the process ofinventorising their networks, have practical plans fordeployment, and testing is in progress.
  • 7. Things are (finally!) moving (5)A common consolidated set of user-equipmentrequirements would help vendors to prioritise theirdevelopments and solve the problem of the missing10% of devices.2011 looks like being an “interesting” year for IPv6.