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  • Red: Past Internet WorldOrange: Making steps to move towards IPv6Yellow: IPv4 address runs out : Feb 2011. Effort to move to IPv6 on: ISP to provide IPv6 over their IPv4 network, moving to using private addresses, making legacy IPv4 services available to IPv6 users, etc..Dark green: with network slowly migrating to support dual stack, it is necessary to take care of the issue of backward compatibility. Technologies like NAT64’/ DNS64 to provide bridging for IPv6 to access IPv4. 6rd/ds-lite/dualstack is technologies to facilitates deployment of IPv6, as well as IPv4 to users at the same time.Coexist of IPv4 and IPv6!Fade green: With possibly mass deployment of dual – stack via either or all 6rd/ds-lite/dual-stack/6to4/sam/etc.. NAt64/dns64 to bridge ipv6 to ipv4, coexistence will be there until most internet or services are moved towards ipv6. Believe this will continue for a while.Bright green: Full migration to IPv6… no more IPv4!!
  • Mobile Service Operator’ most popular migration options looked into (in descending order): NAT44 (with CGN/LSN) DNS64/NAT64Internet Service Providers’ most popular migration options looked into (in descending order): Dual-Stack 6rd NAT444 NAT64 DS Lite
  • Some providers look at implementing in parallel multiple of the solutions described above to get all the benefits.
  • NAT64 can be used for the 6 to 4 access case
  • T-Mobile – we are deployed for both NAT44 and NAT64 on AX 5200 platform3UK – NAT443Sweden – NAT44; NAT64 in futureKabel BW – DS-Lite (you know competitor’s here J)Metrocast – NAT444 (main competitor F5)Cogeco – NAT444 & DS-Lite (Cisco competitor)Logix – NAT44 & NAT64 (main competitor Cisco and Juniper)Apogee – NAT44Grande – NAT64 (Cisco and Juniper competitor’s – MX  80’s cost prohibiitive)SuddenLink – NAT44 (Cisco & Juniper)Cox communications – NAT44 & NAT64 ( recent early deployments…won against Cisco and Juniper)SingTel – 6RD for ISP portion of their business (currently working with Ericsson to go after their Mobile side as well)NTT DoCoMo – NAT44KDDI – NAT44E-Mobile – NAT44Japan…multiple deployments – I believe around 8 or so. Can check with Satoshi or others on the team for some other ones 
  • Leader in IPv6 migration technologies for Service Providers and EnterprisesSolutions in real-world deployment todayEnsures rapid Internet growth can continue despite IPv4 address depletion
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    • 1. How Do We Finally Get to IPv6? James WongDo not distribute/edit/copy without the writtenconsent of A10 Networks 1
    • 2. IPv6 Adoption Challenges Large Investment in current IPv4 Infrastructure  Older PCs, Laptops & Internet Devices etc  Operating Systems like Windows Vista, XP, 98, etc to the „mere mortals‟  Common Applications like Skype, WLM, etc.. The Internet is still very much IPv4 Lack of IPv6 Skills Uncertainty of Market Demand Lack of IPv6 Products and Solutions 2
    • 3. Least we forget…. IPv6 requires a full IPv6 chain of communication  From End Devices / Clients (desktop, laptop, game device, smartphone)  To Service Providers (Internet Service Providers, Mobile Network Operators)  To Enterprise / Content Providers Challenges  No backwards compatibility  If any of the three migrates before the other two, the communication is broken! 3
    • 4. Migration?Definition : Migration is the act of people moving from one place toanother. 4
    • 5. Co-ExistenceDefinition : To exist together at the same time or in the same place 5
    • 6. Destination : IPv6 with network slowly migrating to support dual stack, it is necessary to take care of the issue of backward compatibility. Technologies like NAT64‟/ DNS64 to provide bridging for IPv6 to access IPv4. Initial Plans 6rd/ds-lite/dualstack is technologies to made for facilitates deployment of IPv6, as well as IPv6 IPv4 to users at the same time. Coexist of IPv4 and IPv6! IPv4 IPv4 IPv4/IPv6 IPv4/IPv6 • 6to4 • LSN • LSN • NAT64 • 6RD • DS-Lite IPv4 • SLB-PT • SLB-PT IPv6 • NAT64 • 6RD With possibly mass deployment of dual – stack IPv4 address runs out : via either or all 6rd/ds-lite/ Feb 2011. Effort to move to dual-stack/6to4/sam/etc.. IPv6 on: ISP to provide NAt64/dns64 to bridge ipv6 IPv6 over their IPv4 to ipv4, coexistence will be network, moving to using there until most internet or private addresses, making services are moved legacy IPv4 services towards ipv6. Believe this available to IPv6 users, will continue for a while. etc.. 6
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    • 9. What are the methods used for IPv6 migration? Dual-Stack Encapsulation Translation 9
    • 10. The secret to seamless IPv6 transition? There isn’t one… no panacea… no one solution fits all Each solution has its own pros & cons 10
    • 11. Service Providers’ IPv4 preservation and IPv6 migration paths Dual NAT44 NAT444 6rd DS-Lite NAT64/ Stack DNS64 Looked atMobile Most Occasional None Most None ManyOperatorISP Many Many Many Most Some Some Challenge SolvedIPv4exhaustion      IPv6Service      AccessIPv6-Only-Clientaccess      IPv4 11
    • 12. Service Providers’ combined solutions NAT44 + Dual Stack + 6rd + NAT444 + DS-Lite + DNS64/NAT64 DNS64/NAT64 DNS64/NAT64 Looked atMobile Operator Most None NoneISP Some Some Some Challenge SolvedIPv4exhaustion   IPv6 ServiceAccess   IPv6-Only-Clientaccess IPv4    12
    • 13. Enterprises Today Typical Enterprises TodayChallenges faced byEnterprises /Content Providers: No more IPv4 addresses for new services No IPv6 services to IPv6 clients 13
    • 14. Enterprises’ IPv6 migration paths SLB-PT NAT64/DNS64 Main Target Always Many EnterprisesChallenge solved IPv4 exhaustion   IPv6 Service Access   IPv6-Only client access IPv4   Technology NAT + SLB NAT/DNS Pre-Requisite Data center with IPv6 access Data center with IPv6 access 14
    • 15. Summary IPv4 address depletion, IPv6 is a must Challenges for compatibility issues Technologies like 6rd, DS-Lite and even Dual-Stack is to facilitates IPv6 deployment Feature concurrency for flexibility in deploying IPv6  ISP: flexibility to roll out service when needed  Enterprise: flexibility to deploy and migrate to IPv6, keeping backward compatibility to existing IPv4 network/services Graceful HA failover – no interruption to users when network failover Cost effective, High performance system 15
    • 16. More Than 40 Telcos & ISPs… NAT44 NAT64 / DNS64 DS-Lite NAT444 6RD (Exclude SLB-PT) And I can’t put on paper who they are…. Talk to A10 guys and our partners…. 16
    • 17. Just A Thought Before I go :Forced Transition vs Solution-Led Transition Showcasing IPv6 ready products and solutions  To build confidence Develop e-Govt and/or e-Citizen Services 17
    • 18. Just A Thought Before I go…Forced Transition vs Solution-LedTransition 18
    • 19. What’s In The IPv6 Promise Land? Cellphon TV Surveillan Game eBook e ce Console Camera• Abundant address space• Auto-configuration• Mobility• No More “NAT”ing Heart Digital Digital• Embedded IP security Rate Weight DVD Car• End-to-end communications Monitor Scale Recorder• Extensibility for new features• New business opportunities• Enables the “Internet of Things,” which is a global internet interconnecting everyday objects and dominated by machine-to- machine communications• Improvements in automation, productivity, and efficiency• Strategic cost reduction• Engenders innovative business models in a variety of sectors 19
    • 20. Potential Ideas…. Showcasing IPv6 ready products and solutions  To build confidence Develop e-Govt and/or e-Citizen Services Flood Monitoring and Warning Systems Electric Utilities Healthcare – e.g. for the elderly Transportation – new version of EMAS? ERP? E-Learning Smart Home Appliances Possible in IPv4 world but easier and better in IPv6 world! 20
    • 21. Industry-leading Implementations 21
    • 22. Talk To Us…. Leader in IPv6 migration technologies for Service Providers and Enterprises Solutions in real-world production deployments today Ensures rapid Internet growth can continue despite IPv4 address depletion All-inclusive appliances 22
    • 23. A10 Networks Introduction  A10 Networks founded in 2004  Application Delivery Controllers (Load Balancing)  IPv6 Migration  In 2011, A10 Networks2009  Is the fastest growing company in the ADC market with 4,927% three-year sales growth  Is the technology and market leader in the new IPv6 Migration market with large-scale, live IPv6 deployments2008  Has 1000+ customers in production for ADC and IPv6 migration  History of awards for A10’s IPv6 Solutions2007  A10 is the market leader  IPv4/IPv6 at the Tokyo Interop ShowNet (for 4 years), IETF and NANOG meetings 23
    • 24. Thank You For more information  Service Providers  Enterprises/Content Providers Visit ipv6.a10networks.com  We also support legacy IPv4 clients at www.a10networks.com  24