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presented by Filiz Yilmaz at RIPE 60

presented by Filiz Yilmaz at RIPE 60

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IPv6 World Wide Policy Review IPv6 World Wide Policy Review Presentation Transcript

  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre IPv6 WorldWide Policy Review Filiz Yilmaz RIPE60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 1
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre IPv6 talking regions • ARIN, APNIC, RIPE, LACNIC Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 2
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre ARIN • Criteria for PI - have IPv4 PI or, - Be IPv6 multihomed or intend to be or - Plan of the deployment in 1, 2 5 yrs and reason for PI • Receive upto /48 for each site - Site = Location, not organisation - What is a site really? • More discussion to come Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 3 View slide
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre ARIN • Criteria for allocations - Have IPv4 allocation or - Be IPv6 multihomed or intend to be or - Plan to make 50 assignments to others in 5 yrs • “50” a good number? • In Last Call Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 4 View slide
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre ARIN • Simplified IPv6 Policy • Different allocation/assignment sizes - X-Small /48, Small /40, Medium /32, Large /28 - X-Large /24, XX-Large > /24 • “Classful” addressing • Abandoned Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 5
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre LACNIC • Assignments for Critical Infrastructure - Prove IXP/NAP capacity, have at least 3 members - Justify need - Min /48, max /32 • End Users with “critical” infrastructure - Not to be routed globally - Min /48, max /40 • Under discussion Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 6
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre LACNIC + APNIC • Removing Routing Requirement • LACNIC discussing • APNIC reached consensus Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 7
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre Conclusion • Operational matters coming to surface - “Site” definition - Routing practices • Simplified criteria - Increased incentives for deployment Filiz Yilmaz RIPE 60, May 2010, Praha http://www.ripe.net 8
  • RIPE Network Coordination Centre Questions? NameName event/date http://www.ripe.net 3