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IPV6 Piloting<br />Dr. Heinz-Werner Schuelting<br />Deutschland-Online Infrastruktur (DOI)<br />14. Dezember 2010<br />Ghe...
Deutschland Online Infrastruktur <br /><ul><li>DOI: Infrastructure providing services for federal government, states and m...
Nation wide secure MPLS-Network
Secure eMail
Public Key Infrastructure
Basic Services: DNS, DNSsec, TSIG,
Status IPv6 Readiness
Transport: IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack (10/2009)
Network protection devices (6/2010, now in test)
Encryption devices (9/2010, now in test)
IPv6 Production planned: 2/2011</li></li></ul><li>Status of IPv6 readyness in DOI<br />Extent of Test Pilot<br /><ul><li>T...
DNS, DNSsec, TSIG, eMail, SMTP auth, PKI</li></li></ul><li>Pilots<br />VoIP Dataport / Hamburg<br /><ul><li>IP telephony b...
120,000 end-user devices</li></ul>Testbed DOI<br /><ul><li>IP/MPLS layer
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Heinz-Werner Schuelting - IPV6 Piloting

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Heinz-Werner Schuelting - IPV6 Piloting

IPv6 Public Authorities workshop
IPV6 Conference - Tuesday Dec 14th 2010
Ghent, Belgium

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Heinz-Werner Schuelting - IPV6 Piloting

  1. 1. IPV6 Piloting<br />Dr. Heinz-Werner Schuelting<br />Deutschland-Online Infrastruktur (DOI)<br />14. Dezember 2010<br />Ghent<br />
  2. 2. Deutschland Online Infrastruktur <br /><ul><li>DOI: Infrastructure providing services for federal government, states and municipalities
  3. 3. Nation wide secure MPLS-Network
  4. 4. Secure eMail
  5. 5. Public Key Infrastructure
  6. 6. Basic Services: DNS, DNSsec, TSIG,
  7. 7. Status IPv6 Readiness
  8. 8. Transport: IPv4/IPv6 Dual Stack (10/2009)
  9. 9. Network protection devices (6/2010, now in test)
  10. 10. Encryption devices (9/2010, now in test)
  11. 11. IPv6 Production planned: 2/2011</li></li></ul><li>Status of IPv6 readyness in DOI<br />Extent of Test Pilot<br /><ul><li>Transport, VPNs, IPsec, QoS, High Availability
  12. 12. DNS, DNSsec, TSIG, eMail, SMTP auth, PKI</li></li></ul><li>Pilots<br />VoIP Dataport / Hamburg<br /><ul><li>IP telephony based on IPv6
  13. 13. 120,000 end-user devices</li></ul>Testbed DOI<br /><ul><li>IP/MPLS layer
  14. 14. Services (eMail, DNS, network protection, encryption devices)
  15. 15. PKI
  16. 16. Crypto Management
  17. 17. IPv6 Tunnels
  18. 18. Failover / High Availability</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (1a)<br />IPv6 enabling of central registers (e.g. transport authority, pension authority)<br /><ul><li>Initial situation
  19. 19. access to central registers over several different networks
  20. 20. multiple NATting > missing or incorrect DNS resolutions
  21. 21. "hard-wired" IP addresses
  22. 22. lack of transparency > separate authorization process
  23. 23. Europe wide sTESTA based data exchange
  24. 24. Solution / Show case
  25. 25. Use of unique global IPv6 addresses at involved parties
  26. 26. IPv6 enabling of selected central registers and services</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (1b) <br />IPv6 enabling of central registers (e.g. transport authority, pension authority) (cont.)<br /><ul><li>Possible Stakeholders
  27. 27. Transport Authority / Pension Authority
  28. 28. Public Service Centers
  29. 29. Municipalities
  30. 30. Transition Plan
  31. 31. IPv6 and IPv4 have to run in parallel
  32. 32. Most registers will not be IPv6 enabled in the first step</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (2)<br />IPv6 based energy monitoring application <br /><ul><li>Initial Situation
  33. 33. Germany must reduce gas emissions by up to 90% in the long term
  34. 34. This can be done by monitoring and controlling large numbers of devices
  35. 35. Solution / Show case
  36. 36. Ipv6 enabling of metering applications
  37. 37. Show case: Complex energy user like a school, a hospital
  38. 38. Possible Stakeholders
  39. 39. Thermal Engineering GmbH Quedlinburg (SME)
  40. 40. University Magdeburg (F&E)
  41. 41. Ministry of Economy and Labour of Saxony-Anhalt (Public)</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (3a)<br />Migration Toolset for eGov Applications<br /><ul><li>Initial Situaton
  42. 42. No experience with IPv6 in administrations of small municipalities
  43. 43. Large number of specific applications with users in different IPv4 networks
  44. 44. Solution / Showcase
  45. 45. Step 1: IPv6 enabling of centrally hosted applications with dual stack access
  46. 46. Step 2: IPv6 enabling of a small administration unit
  47. 47. Step 3: Migration guide for small administrations</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (3b)<br />Migration Toolset for eGov Applications (cont.)<br /><ul><li>Possible Stakeholders
  48. 48. KDVZ Citkomm (public service provider)
  49. 49. Small municipality
  50. 50. Software development Company (SME)
  51. 51. Transition Plan
  52. 52. IPv6 and IPv4 have to run in parallel
  53. 53. Step 3 contains a long term transition plan</li></li></ul><li>Examples of possible experiments (4)<br />Requirements profile for IPv6 in ICT equipment<br />Germany appreciates and supports the Slovenian proposal for a<br />IPv6 profile for ICT equipment<br />Some comments for further development:<br /><ul><li>more  details than at RFC level
  54. 54. guidelines for use of optional fields defined in some RFCs
  55. 55. a matrix matching requirements and policies to certain IPv6 functions
  56. 56. next step could be IPv6 software requirements
  57. 57. Proposal:
  58. 58. getting support from EU COM to spread this in Europe
  59. 59. to be integrated into the pilot (mapped against results from the experiments)</li></ul> <br />  <br />
  60. 60. Relevant validation criteria (1)<br />Innovation<br /><ul><li>New techniques coming with IPv6 should be used and tested
  61. 61. Examples: mobility, security, use of vast numbers of addresses
  62. 62. Benefits of these approaches should be proved</li></ul>Learning effect<br /><ul><li>Experiments should show weaknesses and stumbling blocks of IPv6 migration
  63. 63. Requirements to products (> profile) and configurations should be derived
  64. 64. Public administrations and SEMs throughout the EU should benefit from the results</li></ul> <br />  <br />
  65. 65. Relevant validation criteria (2)<br />Cost efficiency<br /><ul><li>Approach should show cost advantages compared with IPv4 based solutions
  66. 66. Costs and benefits have to be analyzed
  67. 67. Cost of the migration should become transparent
  68. 68. Costs must be monitored</li></ul> <br />  <br />
  69. 69. Thank you for your attention!HeinzWerner.Schuelting@bmi.bund.de<br />

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