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Presentation given by Marco Hogewoning at CITC IPv6 Forum in Jeddah

Presentation given by Marco Hogewoning at CITC IPv6 Forum in Jeddah

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    Obstacles in IPv6 Deployment Obstacles in IPv6 Deployment Presentation Transcript

    • Obstacles in IPv6DeploymentMarco HogewoningRIPE NCC
    • Agenda• Current state of affairs• Observations• What are the RIPE NCC and MENOG doing?Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 2
    • Statistics
    • IPv6 RIPEness• Rating system designed to monitor progress in the deployment of IPv6• Four “stars” to earn, based on the level of deployment: – First star for getting an IPv6 allocation – Subsequent stars awarded for visibility, route objects and reverse DNS• Only lists RIPE NCC membersMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 4
    • Total Membership (7711 LIRs) 1 star 13% 2 stars 5% 3 stars No IPv6 10% 55% 4 stars 16% (1 September 2011)Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 5
    • Middle East Region (September 2010)100%80%60%40%20% 0% AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE (13) (23) (14) (84) (33) (31) (27) (4) (10) (6) (60) (11) (110) (2) No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 6
    • Middle East Region (September 2011)100%80%60%40%20% 0% AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE (19) (24) (22) (104) (35) (32) (29) (5) (17) (6) (61) (13) (126) (2) No IPv6 1 star 2 star 3 star 4 star Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 7
    • At Least 1 Star100 80 60 40 20 0 All AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE LIRs (19) (24) (22) (104) (35) (32) (29) (5) (17) (6) (61) (13) (126) (2) Percentage of LIRs with at least 1 star Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 8
    • Changes Between 2010 and 201130241812 6 0 AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE (19) (24) (22) (104) (35) (32) (29) (5) (17) (6) (61) (13) (126) (2) LIRs that changed to at least 1 star RIPEnessMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 9
    • Relative Changes (2010 - 2011)100 80 60 40 20 0 Average AE BH IQ IR JO KW LB OM PS QA SA SY TR YE on all LIRs (19) (24) (22) (104) (35) (32) (29) (5) (17) (6) (61) (13) (126) (2) Percentage of LIRs that changed from 0 stars since September 2010 Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 10
    • Conclusions• Keep in mind sample size is relatively small• 32.5% of the LIRs from this region have at least an IPv6 Allocation• 16% is beyond that point and has at least 2 stars• For the full membership these numbers are 45 and 31.3 percent• Growth is roughly the sameMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 11
    • Observations
    • Feedback From Training Courses• The RIPE NCC IPv6 course contains an exercise about “IPv6 deployment challenges”• Often heard arguments are: – Lack of general knowledge about IPv6 – Legacy hardware and software – Support by transit or upstream carrier – Content vs eyeballs – Accounting and billing – Security concernsMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 13
    • RIPE Working Groups• Policy restrictions have been raised – Multihoming in IPv6 – Allocation size and additional allocations• Addressing plan troubles – How much do you assign to an End User? – Static or dynamic assignments to residential user?Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 14
    • Other Sources• Specific needs regarding security, such as user separation in FTTx environments• Performance issues and bugs• Customer experience during transitioningMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 15
    • Obstacles
    • The biggest challenge in transitioning to IPv6 is non-technical
    • Lack Of Experience and Knowledge• For many people, IPv6 is a theoretical solution to a theoretical problem• You can explain the most likely scenarios, but everyones situation and business case is different• Expertise can only come from hands-on experience• To be successful with IPv6, you need to work with IPv6Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 18
    • What Are We Doing
    • Promotion of IPv6• Publications, presentations and press releases regarding the depletion of the IPv4 free pool• Dedicated platforms like IPv6actnow.org• Social media such as twitter• World IPv6 DayMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 20
    • Guidance On Purchasing• Publications on IPv6 capable customer premises equipments (CPE)• Ripe-501 document on IPv6 requirements in tendersMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 21
    • Training and Education• “IPv6 for LIRs” training course• IPv6 Roadshow together with MENOG• E-learning• PublicationsMarco Hogewoning, October 2011 22
    • Training Locations in 2010/2011Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 23
    • Effects of training IPv6 deployment indicators (2008-now) in country: PS25 % %ASes %LIRs20 %15 %10 %5%0% IP M -CO W OG RS EN U O -R E V6 R LD OA -IP DS v6 H -D OW AY Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 24
    • Effects of training IPv6 deployment indicators (2008-now) in country: GE16 % %ASes %LIRs14 %12 %10 %8%6%4%2%0% IP W O V6 R - LD C O -IP U R v6 SE -D AY Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 25
    • Providing a Platform• The RIPE NCC and MENOG provide a platform to exchange experiences and ideas• Although every network is different, the building blocks are usually the same• You are not the only one facing the challenges of deploying IPv6Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 26
    • Future Developments• Dedicated staff focusing on Middle East and Central Asia, working from Dubai• Full rewrite of the IPv6 Roadshow training material• RIPE NCC training courses continue to develop, with more focus on practical tasks• And much more...Marco Hogewoning, October 2011 27
    • How can we help you?