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IPv6 - The Time Is Now. Resistance is Futile & IPv6 Ready program: Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 forum

IPv6 - The Time Is Now. Resistance is Futile & IPv6 Ready program: Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 forum

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    IPv6 - The Time Is Now: Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 forum IPv6 - The Time Is Now: Latif Ladid, President, IPv6 forum Presentation Transcript

    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • From to FromNetwork of Networks toNATwork of NATworks 6 Vision & Way Forward
    • The Internet took a long time to make it! 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • RFC801 – NCP / TCP Transition PlanTotal 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 Vision & Way Forward
    • Internet was Competing against others 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
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    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • NCP 104 IPv4/NAT 109- Net10 IPv6 1038 Innovators EveryOne Pioneers NAT engineers Everything Wireless, StreamingEmail, FTP WWW- Client/Server Media, P2P, GRID 9.6 Kbps 33 Kbps 1 Mbps + ALWAYS-ON DIAL-UP INTERNET TOURISTS RESIDENTSGov. Internet Public Internet Global Internet 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • The IPv4 Address Exhausting Debate J 0% FEB 2011 0/256 21 Vision & Way Forward
    • Norway has 9 M IPv4addresses, with 2 IPaddress per citizen Vision & Way Forward
    • Deal with IPv4 ExhaustionCarrier IPv4 NAT—“NAT444” Private IP Private IPPrivate IPv4 IP IPv4 IPv4 Private IP IPv4 Private IP Private IP Moves into the ISP Vision & Way Forward
    • Max 30 Translations Vision & Way Forward
    • Max 20 Translations Vision & Way Forward
    • Max 15 Translations Vision & Way Forward
    • Max 10 Connections Vision & Way Forward
    • All ISPs will have to take off like this!” Anonymous 2010 28 Vision & Way Forward
    • The Lobster Syndrom! Internet! Yv4: The Y2K for 29 Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Trillions of - RFIDs Billions of - Sensors Smart Devices -  Vehicles -  Buildings 5 Billions -  Mobile Phones -  PDAs -  10% Internet3-500 M- PCs Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv4Information Some Some transportation Society Competitiveness e-GovernmentSociety Commerce Government Transportation Legacy Technologies Not agile for smarter ways infrastructure Narrowband Dial-up Home Poor Media 32 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 IPv6Information Improved Efficient Smart Society Competitiveness Government transportatione-society e-Commerce e-Government e-Transportation IPv6 Use new technologies in smarter ways IPv6 e-infrastructure Broadband Home Multimedia 33 Vision & Way Forward
    • à à 34 Vision & Way Forward
    • Perception: IPv4 is Innovation - IPv6: an Upgrade Yv4 Yv6Political Goodwill Not needed Needed?Business Drivers Innovation UpgradeTechnology Value Powerful Same & More Infrastructure 35 “The IPv6 Final Marathon” Vision & Way Forward
    • 36Vision & Way Forward
    • 37Vision & Way Forward
    • Yv4 WORLD INTERNET USAGE & POPULATION STATISTICS Yv6 Internet Usage Population Internet Users % Population Usage World Regions   Usage, Growth ( 2008 Est.)   Dec/31, 2000   ( Penetration )   % of World   Latest Data   2000-2008  Africa   955,206,348   4,514,400   51,065,630   5.3 %   3.5 %   1,031.2 %  Asia   3,776,181,949   114,304,000   578,538,257   15.3 %   39.5 %   406.1 %  Europe   800,401,065   105,096,093   384,633,765   48.1 %   26.3 %   266.0 %  Middle East   197,090,443   3,284,800   41,939,200   21.3 %   2.9 %   1,176.8 %  North America   337,167,248   108,096,800   248,241,969   73.6 %   17.0 %   129.6 %  Latin America/Caribbean   576,091,673   18,068,919   139,009,209   24.1 %   9.5 %   669.3 %  Oceania / Australia   33,981,562   7,620,480   20,204,331   59.5 %   1.4 %   165.1 %  WORLD TOTAL   6,676,120,288   360,985,492   1,463,632,361   21.9 %   100.0 %   305.5 %  IPv4 Achieved the Critical 20%IPv6 Can Drive Growth & Continuity! 38 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR Experimental Deployment (2007 - Now) Early Adopters Since 2007 a growing number Phase (1999 - 2002) (2002 - 2007) of IPv6 allocation requests. . 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR Experimental Deployment (2007 - Now) Early Adopters Since 2007 a growing number Phase (1999 - 2002) (2002 - 2007) of IPv6 allocation requests. . 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 ripeness grouped by year of becoming an LIR Experimental Deployment (2007 - Now) Early Adopters Since 2007 a growing number Phase (1999 - 2002) (2002 - 2007) of IPv6 allocation requests. . 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 Enabled Root Servers 14-July-2010: 9 of 13 root servers can be queried over IPv6, Putting IPv6 on equal footing with IPv4 – [A B F H I J K L M ].root-servers.net Today 206 of root servers instances/mirrors – 192 IPv6 capable (source: www.root-servers.org) 42 Vision & Way Forward
    • IPv6 Visible Prefixes per EU States1 Germany 2242 Netherlands 1403 United Kingdom 1374 Italy 905 France 796 EU 787 Switzerland 678 Sweden 659 Poland 6110 Austria 5411 Czech Republic 4912 Finland 3613 Norway 2814 Denmark 2315 Ireland 2216 Spain 2117 Slovenia 2118 Ukraine 2019 Hungary 1520 Belgium 1421 Portugal 1122 Luxembourg 1123 Bulgaria 1024 Slovakia 10 43 Vision & Way Forward
    • Overall, 8% of European ISPs have achieved four-star IPv6 ripeness Where to act? 100 80 60 40 20 Vision & Way Forward
    • EU Telco v6 ReadinessOrganisation (domain) Web Mail DNS NTP XMPP P&T Luxembourg (pt.lu) FAIL FAIL 0/3 0/3 FAIL FAILAS Eesti Telekom (telekom.ee) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL PT (Portugal Telecom) SUCCES FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL (telecom.pt) SBelgacom Belgium (belgacom.be) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/4 FAIL FAIL Romtelecom (romtelecom.ro) FAIL FAIL 0/2 0/2 N/A FAILBT (btplc.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL Rostelecom (rt.ru) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILBT (bt.com) FAIL FAIL 0/4 0/4 N/A FAIL SFR (sfr.fr) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/3 N/A FAIL PROBLEBTC Group (btc.bg) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL Slovak Telekom (telecom.sk) FAIL 0/2 0/2 FAIL FAIL M FAIL ( Slovak TelekomCable & Wireless PLC (cw.com) FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL M) (slovaktelekom.sk)Cyta (Cyprus Telecom) (cyta.com.cy) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL Türk Telekom FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 FAIL FAIL (turktelekom.com.tr)Deutsche Telekom AG (telekom.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL TDK (tdk.dk) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILDeutsche Telekom AG (dtag.de) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/2 N/A FAIL Tele2 (tele2.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL Tele2 (tele2.se) FAIL FAIL 0/0 1/3 N/A FAILEircom (eircom.ie) FAIL FAIL 0/3 0/3 N/A FAIL Tele2 (swip.net) FAIL FAIL 0/2 2/4 FAIL FAILElisa Oyj (elisa.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL Telecom Bulgaria Ltd. FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/1 N/A FAIL (telecombulgaria.com)Finnet Ltd (finnet.fi) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL Telecom Italia FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILFrance Telecom (francetelecom.fr) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL (telecomitalia.com)France Telecom (francetelecom.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL Telecom Italia (telecomitalia.it) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/2 N/A FAIL FAIL ( Telefónica (telefonica.es) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILFrance Telecom (orange.com) FAIL 0/0 0/3 N/A FAIL M) Telefónica (telefonica.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILGO (go.com.mt) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/1 N/A FAIL TeleFinland (tele.fi) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/4 N/A FAIL SUCCKPN International (eu.net) FAIL 0/0 2/4 N/A FAIL Telefonica O2 Czech Republic ESS FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL (cz.o2.com)KPN International (kpn.com) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/2 N/A FAIL Telekom Austria (telekom.at) www.v6 FAIL 0/3 0/3 N/A FAILLattelecom (lattelecom.lv) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAIL Stratu Telekom Slovenije (telekom.si) FAIL FAIL 0/2 0/2 N/A FAILMagyar Telecom (t-mobile) (telekom.hu) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 FAIL m2 PROBLE Telekomunikacja Polska (tp.pl) FAIL 0/0 3/3 FAIL FAILMetrocom (metrocom.ru) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/2 FAIL FAIL M Telenor ASA (telenor.no) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILMoldtelecom (moldtelecom.md) FAIL FAIL 0/3 0/3 FAIL FAIL www.i TeliaSonera (teliasonera.com) FAIL FAIL 0/0 0/2 N/A FAILOpenTransit (opentransit.net) FAIL 0/1 0/2 N/A FAIL pv6 TeliaSonera (telia.se) FAIL FAIL 0/3 0/3 N/A FAILOTE S.A. (ote.gr) FAIL FAIL 0/1 0/3 N/A FAIL TEO LT, AB (teo.lt) FAIL Vision FAIL &0/0 0/2 Way Forward FAIL N/A
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • Comparison:Phase-1 vs. Phase-2 Vision & Way Forward
    • Phase1 Trend Vision & Way Forward
    • Phase1 by country Vision & Way Forward
    • Phase-2 Trend Vision & Way Forward
    • Phase-2(Core) by country Vision & Way Forward
    • New Certification for IPv6 ServicesNew Certification for IPv6 Services Vision & Way Forward
    • New Certification for IPv6 ServicesNew Certification for IPv6 Services Vision & Way Forward
    • Vision & Way Forward
    • OnlyTime WillTell… Vision & Way Forward