AfriNIC : Collaboration with IXPs 1

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TunIXP Workshop, Session 4 Tunis 30-04-2013 : IXPs, Global Networking and Partnership Opportunities: Seeing the Big Picture
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AfriNIC : Collaboration with IXPs 1

  1. 1. Collaboration with IXPs Nishal Goburdhan Snr. Project Manager - Global Infrastructure AFRINIC TunIXP IX Workshop April 2013 Tuesday 30 April 13
  2. 2. DNS  PROGRAMMES 2 As  part  of  our  mission  to  support  Internet   technology  usage  and  development,     AfriNIC  operate  three  dis:nct  and   separate  DNS  programmes.    These  are  all   for  the  benefit  of  the  Internet  community   and  are  made  available  at  zero  cost. Tuesday 30 April 13
  3. 3. DNS  PROGRAMMES 3 • African  Root  Server  Copy    (AFRSCP) • AfriNIC  supported  RFC5855  servers • African  DNS  Support  Programme  (AFDSP) Text Tuesday 30 April 13
  4. 4. Page 5 Root  Name  Instances  in  Africa     I  (Netnod) J  (VeriSign) F  (Internet  Systems  Consor@um) L  (ICANN) E  (NASA  Ames  Research  Center) Tuesday 30 April 13
  5. 5. DNS  PROGRAMMES 5 • African  Root  Server  Copy    (AFRSCP) • AfriNIC  supported  RFC5855  servers • African  DNS  Support  Programme  (AFDSP) Tuesday 30 April 13
  6. 6. RFC  5855 •RFC5855  describes  stable  naming  scheme  for  the   nameservers  that  serve  the  IN-­‐ADDR.ARPA  and   IP6.ARPA  zones. •AfriNIC  supports  the  Internet  community  by   managing  the  “c”  servers  for –Dec  1,  2010  -­‐  ip6.arpa –Feb  17,  2011  -­‐  in-­‐addr.arpa 6 Tuesday 30 April 13
  7. 7. DNS  PROGRAMMES 7 • African  Root  Server  Copy    (AFRSCP) • AfriNIC  supported  RFC5855  servers • African  DNS  Support  Programme  (AFDSP) Text Tuesday 30 April 13
  8. 8. AfDSP •The  DNS  Support  program  is  available  to  holders   of  Cri:cal  Internet  Resources,  and  ccTLDs,  to  help   bolster  their  infrastructure. •We  provide  free  secondary/slave  DNS  services   across  our  infrastructure  (or,  if  requested  a   subset  of  it) 8 Tuesday 30 April 13
  9. 9. Status  in  Tunisia 9 • African  Root  Server  Copy    (AFRSCP) • AfriNIC  supported  RFC5855  servers • African  DNS  Support  Programme  (AFDSP) Tuesday 30 April 13
  10. 10. Measuring  and  monitoring 10 •AfriNIC  /  ISOC    /   RIPE-­‐NCC   collabora:ve  effort Tuesday 30 April 13
  11. 11. The  Start  ... 11 IXP An  IXP  is  just  one   element  needed  for  the   community  building   process Community  involvement   must  follow  ! Tuesday 30 April 13
  12. 12. INX  -­‐  ZA:     PEERING  UPDATE   Tuesday 30 April 13
  13. 13. PEERING  IN  ZA •Not  new  to  peering  -­‐  JINX  est.  1996 •Operated  through  bodom-­‐up,  member   derived,  consensus  driven  policies •Excellent  track  record  -­‐  ZERO   unplanned  outages Tuesday 30 April 13
  14. 14. VITAL  STATISTICS •Largest  (L2)  IX  in   Africa •Well  distributed  to   other  SADC  countries   through  regional   operators         •5  DNS  Roots •140+  TLD  instances •1  FTE          ;-­‐) Tuesday 30 April 13
  15. 15. PORT  SPREAD 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 10 4 22 14 2 36 12 5 JINX CINX DINX 10Gb 1Gb 100bT 10bT Tuesday 30 April 13
  16. 16. Public  traffic  stats  are  only   indica&ve  of  ZA  traffic   paderns;    just  as  much  traffic   flows  through  PNIs  around   the  IX Tuesday 30 April 13
  17. 17. A  rough  es:mate  puts  the   total  wholesale  value  of  the   traffic  exchanged  through  the   public  fabric,  at  the  INXes  in  ZA   at  $25m  p/a. Tuesday 30 April 13
  18. 18. COLLABORATIVE  PROJECTS •INXAnywhere:       bringing  remote   par:cipants  to           the  IX •routeviews.org   collector  at  JINX •Denial  of  Service   and  anomaly   monitoring Tuesday 30 April 13
  19. 19. hdp://ispa.org.za/inx inx_za Tuesday 30 April 13

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