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Connecting your bank to the Internet

Connecting your bank to the Internet



Presentation about the options available to connect to the Internet and a comparison about the advantages and challenges.

Presentation about the options available to connect to the Internet and a comparison about the advantages and challenges.



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    Connecting your bank to the Internet Connecting your bank to the Internet Presentation Transcript

    • Issue Date: Revision: Connecting your Bank to the Internet Strategies and implications 26 June 2014 1.0 Sanjaya Deputy Director General sanjaya@apnic.net
    • Overview •  Why connect to the Internet? •  How the Internet works •  2 different options to connect •  Comparing the advantages and challenges •  Conclusion
    • Why connect? •  As an information/service producer –  Bank website –  Internet banking service –  Online promotions through e-mail, social media etc. •  As an information/service consumer –  News, research and other information source for Bank’s staff •  At the headquarter •  At the branch offices –  Online data source for transaction processing, trend analysis etc. •  Stock market data •  Foreign exchange rates
    • How the Internet works Internet
    • How the Internet works mobile network satellite/wireless network copper/fibre network Internet backbone
    • How the Internet works AS11167 AS24478 AS17726 2401:A700:1::D1 2401:A700:F::E3 2401:3E00:DD::1 2401:3E00:EE::15A Autonomous System Number (ASN) IP Address (IPv4) IP Address (IPv6)
    • How the Internet works •  3d visualization of all the networks worldwide that are interconnected to form the Internet, including ISPs, Internet Exchange Points, Universities and Organization networks •  Each dot represents an ASN (Autonomous System Number) •  There are 47,000+ ASNs currently active in the Internet Source: peer1.com
    • How to connect: option 1 •  Single-homing –  One Internet connection per site •  Headquarter •  Data Centre •  Branches –  Use IP addresses from ISP 2401:3E00:DD::1 AS24478
    • How to connect: option 2 •  Multi-homing –  Multiple Internet connections to different ISPs and/or exchange points –  Use Bank’s own ASN and IP addresses 2401:3E00:DD::1 AS52378
    • Comparison •  Single-homing –  Advantages •  Cheaper and easier to setup •  Only need to deal with one ISP –  Challenges •  Availability & reliability •  Performance •  Limited availability of IP address from the ISP •  Multi-homing –  Advantages •  Better availability and reliability •  Load-balancing & traffic engineering for improved performance •  Better network scalability –  Challenges •  Networking skill required
    • Conclusion •  Most organizations can start with single homing connection as it is simple to set up •  Organizations that rely heavily on the Internet to run their business should consider a multi-homing connection for better availability, reliability and performance –  Will need to hire a network engineer or get help from a network integration vendor –  Get their own ASN and IP addresses from APNIC
    • About APNIC •  APNIC (Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) is an open, membership-based, not- for-profit organization providing Internet addressing services to the Asia Pacific •  We distribute –  ASN –  IPv4 –  IPv6 •  We operate in 56 economies in AP region
    • One of five Regional Internet Registries
    • APNIC membership growth from the Finance Industry 0 50 100 150 200 250 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 NoofMembers Year As of 17 June 2014
    • More info: www.apnic.net www.facebook.com/APNIC www.twitter.com/apnic www.youtube.com/apnicmultimedia www.flickr.com/apnic www.weibo.com/APNICrir Thank you!