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Urban Kunc - Status of IPv6 in Slovenia

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

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  • Status of IPv6 in Slovenia
    urban.kunc@apek.si
  • Contents
    IPv6 RIPEness
    Go6 Institute
    Main IPv6 governmental actors
    Main IPv6 fixed and mobile operators
    Research activities in IPv6
    Slovenian proposal for governments of Member
    States
    2
  • IPv6 RIPEness
    Slovenia shows the best results:
    79% of LIRs in Slovenia achieved at least one star, 29%have four stars!
    In absolute numbers:11out of 37Slovenian LIRs have achieved four star IPv6 RIPEeness.
    3
    Source: RIPE NCC (November 2010)
  • IPv6 RIPEness
    4
    SLOVENIA
    Source: RIPE NCC (April 2010)
  • Go6 Institute
    5
    • Main IPv6 iniciative in Slovenia
    • Multistakeholder platform with various participants (ISP, mobile operators, universities, content providers, vendors, integrators,etc.)
    • Financially supported by the members of Go6 platform
    • Steered by Go6 Expert Council formed from representatives of the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology, APEK, NREN, faculty, industry, ISP
  • Activities of Go6 Institute
    6
    • Organizing IPv6 conferences (Slovenian IPv6 summit)
    • Performing IPv6 consulting to members of platform
    • 6Deploy workshops - organizing events
    • Operating and hosting 6DEPLOY lab
    • World-wide IPv6 speeches on various conferences
    • Spread awereness, knowledge and good practice of IPv6 deployment
    • Make competition companies talk to each other, which makes IPv6 deployment easier and safer
  • Go6 Expert Council
    7
    • Directing the work of Go6 Institute
    • Preparing and organizing IPv6 summits
    • Sharing knowledge, expertise and experience in IPv6 implementation with other interested stakeholders
    • Prepared a requirement list of all relevant RFC specifications together with IPv6 WG which has to be taken into consideration, and is mandatory in the Slovenian government procurement processof ICT equipment
  • Regular offical meetings of Go6 Expert Council
    8
  • Main governmental IPv6 actors in Slovenia
    9
    Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology – Information Society Directorate
    Post and Electronic Communications Agency - APEK
    Ministry of Public Administration
  • 10
    Ministry of Higer Education, Science and Technology – Information Society Directorate
    • Responsiblefordealingwith IPv6
    • Activeparticipation in Go6 ExpertCouncil
    • Triggertheactivitiesforcolectingrelevantrequirmentsfor IPv6 in ICT equipment
    • Order a study on IPv6 – justdelivered
    • RequestforIPv6 specifications in public procurement
    • Involved in preparation of the “Go6 Academy Curriculum”
    • In progress: Educational plan for governmental internal IT staff
    • In progress: Strategyfor IPv6 deployment at nationallevel
  • Recent IPv6 activities of APEK
    11
    • In February 2010 it published a comprehensive recommendations for the IPv6 deployment in public and private communication networks
    • In April 2010 it conducted a survey of current IPv6 deployment status among all fixed and mobile operators
    • Active participation in Go6 Expert Council under Go6 Institute
  • Ministry of Public Administration
    12
    • Duties: Manages public websites, government e-services and applications; responsible for internal governmental network infrastructure
    • Done: Inventory of ICT equipment with evaluation of readiness to support IPv6 features
    • Current project: remote IPv6 access
    • Current project: cloud e-government services via both IPv6 and IPv4
    • In progress: IPv6 addressing plan
  • Fixed operators
    13
    • NREN
    • has been supporting Dual-stack in backbone since 2003
    • IPv6 in Slovenian Internet Exchange since 2005
    • It offers IPv4/IPv6 connectivity and services to universities, research institutions, schools, libraries, campuses and government network
    • Incumbent operator
    • has been supporting Dual-stack in backbone since 2009
    • Ready-to-go commercial offer of IPv6 connectivity for their business users
    • has been supporting Dual-stack in backbone since 2008
    • It offers IPv6 connectivity to their business users
    • Preparing project for IPv6 access for their business ADSL
    users
  • Mobile operators
    14
    • UMTS 2100/HSPA/HSPA+ network
    • 1Q 2010 corenetworksupportDual-stack
    • Pilot project IPv6 access, data transfer androaming
    • IPv4 webpagesaccessibleover NAT64/DNS64
    • UMTS 900/2100/HSPA/HSPA+ network
    • CorenetworksupportDual-stack
    • Pilot project IPv6 accessfortheirusers
    • IPv6 services: ‘Tuškabina’, SMTP, DNS
    • IPv4 webpagesaccesibleover NAT64/DNS64
  • Research activities in IPv6 enabled Wireless Sensor Networks
    15
    Developing a 6LoWPAN basedsensornetworktestbedusingown modularWSN platform VersatileSensorNode (VSN)
    Allowingaccessandestablishmentof e2e connection to eachindividualsensorenablingtheconceptofSensor-as-a-Service
    Developmentofnewservices on deliberatelydeployedandexistingsharedsensorsandsensornetworks
    Testbeddeploymentforeseenon publicinfrastructure
  • Slovenian proposal to setup ‘European IPv6 Profile’
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    Project started on behalf of the Slovenian Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology
    Slovenian Go6 Expert Council and IPv6 WG under Go6 Institute collect and define:
    all relevant RFC specification (mandatory and optional)
    necessary skill requirments of the system integrators
  • Public recognition and support
    17
    • Proposalwaspublished on RIPE website
    • Additionalrevisionbydistinguished RIPE IPv6 expertsandothersfrom RIPE IPv6 WG
    • Currentdocumentreceivedpublicrecognitionandsupport at the RIPE 61 meeting in Rome by RIPE internet community as well as some governmentrepresentatives
    RIPE-501: http://www.ripe.net/ripe/docs/ripe-501.html
  • SlovenianproposalforgovernmentofMemberStates
    18
    At EU level define and conduct:
    • A unique list of mandatory and optional RFC specification for different types of ICT IPv6 equipment
    • A methodology for verification and certification procedures for conformance, interoperability and performance testing
    • Methodology serves as guidelines for all European accredited and test laboratories
    • Necessary IPv6 knowledge skills and certification for system integrators
    • List of RFC specifications and methodology are guidelines for all government and public procurement at EU level
    The design of a uniform/harmonised specification sheet including a uniform verification/certification proceduresfortesting IPv6 products would reduce expenses and standardize some procedures, as well as simplify the ICT IPv6 equipment procurement process at EU level.
  • Thank you for your attention
    urban.kunc@apek.si