IPv6 Deployment -- Solving a Chicken-and-Egg Problem In Divide-and-Conquer Style
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  • IPV6 DEPLOYMENTSOLVING A CHICKEN-AND-EGG PROBLEMIN DIVIDE-AND-CONQUER STYLECHRISTIAN VOGTSENIOR MARKETING MANAGER, ERICSSONIPV6 WORLD CONGRESS, LONDONJUNE 14–15, 2011
  • Everyone and everything that benefits from an Internet connection will have oneIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 2
  • RUNNING OUT OF IPV4 ADDRESSES APNIC50 %40 % RIPE NCC30 % ARIN AFRINIC Geoff Huston: IPv4 Address Report Data from www.potaroo.net/tools/ipv420 % LACNIC10 % 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015IPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 3
  • IPV6 ONLY LONG-TERM SOLUTION full IPv4 address per device deploy IPv6 # connections per device share IPv4 addresses full IPv6 address per device fractional IPv4 address per device # devicesIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 4
  • COMPLEX TRANSITION TO IPV6: EVERYTHING MUST CHANGE service transit & provider content delivery users content address provisioning routingoperating systems server transport transport operating system applications user database traffic applications programming management environments mobility management load balancing policy control caching DoS protection firewall intrusion detection IPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 5
  • CRITICALNESS FOR BUSINESSDETERMINES DEPLOYMENT IN NETWORK service transit & provider content delivery users content› Tier-1 carriers and large service providers IPv6-ready› Small service providers on less aggressive scheduleIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 6
  • COST DETERMINES DEPLOYMENT AT ENDS service transit & provider content delivery› Operating systems and mainstream applications IPv6-ready› Niche applications will take timeIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 7
  • LONG TAIL OF CONTENT SLOW IN UPGRADING10% Ericsson Review, issue 2, 2011 8% top websites support IPv6 6% many small websites hosted by Google 4% less support on other websites 2% 0 200k 400k 600k 800k 1000k Top websites support IPv6, led by Google, Facebook, YouTube. Long tail adopting slowly, except for sites hosted by GoogleIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 8
  • WORLD IPV6 DAY:HISTORIC DEPLOYMENT JUMP OF CONTENT 5% 4% 3% Ericsson measurements 2% 1% week before World IPv6 DayIPv6 support doubles among top 10,000 websites on World IPv6 Day IPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 9
  • AND HISTORIC FALL RIGHT AFTERWARDS… 5% 4% 3% Ericsson measurements 2% 1% week before World next IPv6 Day day World IPv6 Day seen as “test drive”. Permanent IPv6 deployment will follow hopefully soonIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 10
  • THREE “DIVIDE-AND-CONQUER” STAGES service transit & provider content delivery users content 3 1 2 3IPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 11
  • SOONER IPV6 CONNECTIVITY FOR USERS service transit & provider content delivery users content› IPv6 connectivity for user first, internals of network can wait› Calls for separation of user traffic and network control› Traditional 3GPP architecture of mobile networks› Later reproduced for fixed networks in IETFIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 12
  • CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORKSTO ACCELERATE IPV6 AVAILABILITY OF CONTENT service transit & provider content delivery users content› Make IPv4-only content available via IPv6› Fetch content via IPv4, distribute via IPv4 and IPv6› Leverage reach of content delivery networksIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 13
  • SIMPLIFY LEGACY SUPPORT IN LONG TERM service transit & provider content delivery› Enable reachability of legacy without full IPv4 support› Calls for IPv4-IPv6 translationIPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 14
  • service transit & provider content delivery users content IPv6 end to end IPv6 deployment complex, but doable and worthwhile.Ericsson committed to IPv6, instrumental in its design and deployment IPv6 World Congress, London | June 2011 | Page 15