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Update from the RIPE NCC Update from the RIPE NCC Presentation Transcript

  • RIPE NCC StatusUpdateIPv4 and moreMarco Hogewoning, Trainer
  • IPv4 Run Out
  • IPv4 Distribution IANA 3 February 2011 15 April 2011 AfriNIC ARIN RIPE NCC APNIC LACNIC ? 7,000 LIRs End UsersMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 3
  • Business As Usual• The situation in APNIC does not affect the RIPE NCC’s reserves of IPv4 addresses and we will keep distributing these resources to our members on the basis of need until we reach the final /8.Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 4
  • IPv4 Reserves at RIPE NCC 100 75 50 25 0 Jan 24, 2011 Feb 7, 2011 Feb 21, 2011 Mar 7, 2011 Mar 21, 2011 Apr 4, 2011 Amount of IPv4 addresses (million), includes the final /8Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 5
  • IPv4 Exhaustion Phases IPv4 still available. Final /8 policy RIPE NCC can only RIPE NCC continues triggered distribute IPv6 normal operation now time IANA pool RIPE NCC RIPE NCC exhausted reaches pool final /8 exhausted Each of the 5 RIRs received a /8Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 6
  • “Run Out Fairly”• Gradually reduced allocation and assignment periods• Needs for “Entire Period” of up to... – 12 months (January 2010) –9 months (July 2010) –6 months (January 2011) –3 months (July 2011)• 50% has to be used up by half-way period Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 7
  • Final /8 Policy• Each LIR can get one /22 allocation• You must meet the criteria for an (additional) allocation• Only when you already have IPv6 addresses• A /16 is reserved for unforeseen circumstances• No Provider Independent (PI) assignmentsMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 8
  • Transfer of IPv4 Allocations• LIRs can transfer IPv4 address blocks: – To another LIR – Only when the block is not in use – Meets minimum allocation size (/21)• Requests are evaluated by the RIPE NCC• Registered in the RIPE DatabaseMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 9
  • No Changes Yet• Policy will only be triggered when the RIPE NCC’s final /8 is reached• Be aware of the shorter assignment period!• And start deploying IPv6 now!Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 10
  • Policy Development
  • Policy Development Process Create Discussion Review Concluding Policy Phase Phase Phase Proposal Initial discussion of Last Call proposal Comment and review Proceed to Is there documentation? consensus? Document is Is there Announce decision drafted consensus? Suggested timeline: Suggested timeline: 4 weeks up to 9 weeks up to 5 weeksMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 12
  • 2008-08 Initial Certification Policy• This proposal lays out the guidelines on how LIRs can receive certificates over their Internet number resources and how these certificates should be maintained• Review phase: open to further community discussion, ends on April 26Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 13
  • 2010-01 Temporary Assignments• Proposes to allow the RIPE NCC to reserve pools of IP addresses and Autonomous System (AS) numbers, which can be used by the RIPE NCC to make temporary direct assignments to End Users• Concluding phase: last call ends 11 MayMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 14
  • 2010-08 Abuse Contact Information• Proposal to make an IRT reference mandatory for inetnum, inet6num and aut-num objects• Discussion phase: awaiting documentation from proposerMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 15
  • 2011-01 IANA Post Exhaustion Allocations• This proposal describes the process that IANA will follow to allocate IPv4 address space to Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) after the central pool of addresses is exhausted• Global policy proposal, open for discussion until April 18Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 16
  • 2011-02 Multihome Requirement IPv6 PI• Proposal to remove the multihoming requirement for IPv6 Provider Independent (PI) assignments.• Discussion phase: ends 13 MayMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 17
  • More Information• http://www.ripe.net/ripe/policies/current- proposals• Check the RIPE Working Group mailing lists.• Or subscribe to policy-announce@ripe.net: – http://www.ripe.net/ripe/mail/ripe-lists/policy-announceMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 18
  • IPv6
  • Registration of IPv6 Assignments• All assignments must now be registered in the RIPE Database• This includes existing assignments• Method introduced to minimise the number of objects you have to create and maintainMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 20
  • Grouping of Assignments• New status value: AGGREGATED-BY-LIR• New attribute called “assignment-size”• Create one object covering multiple assignments that share description and contacts• Indicating the size of individual assignmentsMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 21
  • Using AGGREGATED-BY-LIR ALLOCATED-BY-RIR AGGREGATED-BY-LIR ALLOCATED-BY-LIR /36 ASSIGNED /44 assignment-size: 56 /34 AGGREGATED-BY-LIR assignment-size: 48 /40 hint :) /48 /48 /48 /48 /48Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 22
  • AGGREGATED-BY-LIR inet6num:        2001:db8:1000::/36 netname:         Bluelight descr:           We want more Bluelight B.V. descr:      Colocation services country:          NL admin-c:         BN649-RIPE tech-c:          BN649-RIPE status:          AGGREGATED-BY-LIR assignment-size: 48 mnt-by:          BLUELIGHT-MNT notify:          noc@example.net changed:        noc@example.net 20110218 source:         RIPEMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 23
  • IPv6 Statistics
  • IPv6 Statistics• RIPEness rating system. Stars awarded for: – Requesting an allocation – Creating a route object – Announcing your space – Setting up reverse DNS• Free t-shirt if you make it to 4 stars :)Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 25
  • IPv6 RIPEness: total (7,369 LIRs) 1 star 12% 2 stars 5%No IPv6 60% 3 stars 9% 4 stars 14%Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 26
  • IPv6 RIPEness: UK ( 838 LIRs) 1 star 15% 2 stars 6%No IPv6 60% 3 stars 9% 4 stars 11%Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 27
  • IPv6 Enabled ASNs ALL RIPE NCC service region UK12.5%10.0%7.5%5.0%2.5% 0% 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 28
  • Outreach
  • Training Courses• LIR, IPv6 and Routing Registry courses• Locations throughout the RIPE NCC service region• “Standalone” but also in conjunction with other events, like NOG meetings• 23 courses now scheduled until end of Q2 2011• See https://lirportal.ripe.net/training/coursesMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 30
  • Meetings• RIPE 62 in Amsterdam, 2 - 6 May 2011• Regional Meetings 2011: – al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia (14 May) – Moscow, Russia (6 - 8 June) – Dubrovnik, Croatia (7 - 9 September) – Muscat, Oman ( 27 - 28 September)• RIPE 63 in Vienna, Austria ( 31 October - 4 November 2011)Marco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 31
  • More information• http://ripe.net/v4exhaustion• http://www.ipv6actnow.org• http://ripeness.ripe.net• http://v6asns.ripe.net• http://labs.ripe.netMarco Hogewoning, UKnof, 20 April 2011 32
  • Questions?