Patrik FältströmDistinguished Consulting EngineerOffice of the CTOCisco
192.165.72.14   Internet85.30.129.39
192.165.72.1485.30.129.39
Circuits and Internet!                                                                      2011-02-20                    ...
85.30.129.39                                            216.239.32.10                                                     ...
Circuits and Internet!                                                                          2011-02-20                ...
Where are the servers we have mentioned? Which networks are they on? And whichintervening networks need to be traversed?  ...
192.165.72.14                                                                                                             ...
192.165.72.14   Internet85.30.129.39
Historically,                        New,        Vertically Integrated            Horizontally Integrated                 ...
Service            AbstractionIndependence!             Internet            Abstraction                           Wire
Why IPv6 is important?• Anyone can address anyone else • Market economy forces should do selection of services • Innovatio...
What is Swedish Government doing? • Requested e-Delegation to make a plan  • http://www.edelegationen.se/sida/vagledning-f...
The IPv6 plan•   Vad vill uppnås med denna vägledning?•   Mål: En övergång till IPv6, för myndighetens externa kommunikati...
IPv6 vs. IPv4 costs over timeCost         Today           IPv6 deployment            and operations                       ...
192.165.72.14   Internet85.30.129.39
192.165.72.142001::CAFE:BEEF   Internet 85.30.129.392A02:80:3FFE::39
Access provider   Access providerclient                                 Server
Access provider   Access providerclient                                       Server
Access provider   Access providerclient   NAT                                  Server
Access provider   Access providerIPv4   NAT                                  IPv4
Access provider     Access providerIPv4   NAT            NAT                     IPv4
Access provider     Access providerv6                 NAT                     v4
Functionality of service is dependent                       of well working NAT     Access provider           Access provi...
Access provider   Access providerv6                                       v6
Why is IPv6 important?• Services must work over IPv6 when first end user only  have IPv6• Office network have same environme...
Patrik Fältströmpaf@cisco.com
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IPv6 Statlig og offentlig fokus - hvorfor nå?: Patrik Fältström, Distinguished Consulting Engineer - Office of the CTO, Cisco; Leder, ICANN SSAC

  1. 1. Patrik FältströmDistinguished Consulting EngineerOffice of the CTOCisco
  2. 2. 192.165.72.14 Internet85.30.129.39
  3. 3. 192.165.72.1485.30.129.39
  4. 4. Circuits and Internet! 2011-02-20 192.165.72.14 85.30.129.39 88.131.30.119 213.154.224.48 217.75.101.38 66.220.2.75 67.228.10.162Figure 3: Web server (blue) and additional content servers (yellow)So we have another 5 series of separate DNS resolutions, each resulting in multiple name-servers being contacted.To conclude, to display just the home-page of “stupid.domain.name” the client have beenin contact with 6 content-servers, and one name-server, which in turn have had
  5. 5. 85.30.129.39 216.239.32.10 208.94.148.4 195.238.76.18 66.220.2.75 199.19.56.1 213.154.224.48 216.218.130.279.99.1.169 client resolver 192.5.6.30 217.75.101.38 74.125.79.100 208.79.80.118 198.41.0.4 192.36.144.107 67.228.10.162 192.5.6.35
  6. 6. Circuits and Internet! 2011-02-20 195.35.83.103 67.228.10.162 199.249.120.1 192.41.162.35 199.254.63.1 85.30.129.39 213.154.224.48 192.5.5.241 192.165.72.14 192.165.72.11 216.218.130.2 217.75.101.38 192.71.228.17 88.131.30.119 192.42.93.30 192.31.80.30 66.220.2.75 208.94.148.4
  7. 7. Where are the servers we have mentioned? Which networks are they on? And whichintervening networks need to be traversed? Frobbit Teleservice TeliaNet Bahnhof SoftLayer Tata TELE2 Level3 Tinet Netnod IX AmsIX Tiggee Tranquil Hosting NL-Bit Telenor-Nextel Norway Port80 - Globaltransit Afilias NST Verisign Hurricane Electric Telenor Sweden Port80 Verisign D-GTLD Verisign C-GTLD Verisign I-GTLD Pacnet Japan Biglobe NEC Wide M-RootFigure 5: All the network providers involved for this web page
  8. 8. 192.165.72.14 192.165.72.11 192.165.72.1 85.30.128.226 85.24.152.66 85.30.128.94 213.248.68.45 85.24.151.102 85.24.151.69 85.30.129.39 80.91.245.158 195.215.109.1 80.91.249.50 80.91.253.201 77.67.73.113 80.91.246.254 80.91.249.194 85.24.151.157 85.24.151.8 195.69.117.143 80.91.248.50 88.131.231.65 80.91.249.21 80.91.254.0 89.149.185.226 80.91.248.46 80.91.252.66 195.69.145.150 195.69.144.190 195.69.145.232 195.69.144.250 85.24.151.19 82.96.1.62 80.91.251.190 88.131.231.66 213.155.130.67 80.91.245.38 77.67.75.70 80.91.247.105 213.248.73.178216.66.24.153 72.52.92.81 199.254.63.1 199.16.94.178 199.249.120.1 193.156.90.202 83.140.252.174 213.248.101.122 88.131.30.119 213.248.102.174 80.91.252.174 213.136.1.105 213.136.1.109 213.248.104.162 146.172.105.21 72.52.92.241 199.16.94.173 192.5.5.241 83.140.252.138 130.244.49.101 173.192.18.213 213.248.69.50 213.136.31.102 80.231.89.1 146.172.100.42 72.52.92.226 72.52.92.86 199.16.94.153 217.75.101.2 130.244.193.14 66.228.118.190 129.250.5.229 213.154.224.48 80.231.152.41 146.172.109.126 216.218.130.2 66.160.158.241 199.16.94.13 217.75.101.38 130.244.52.113 67.228.10.162 129.250.2.226 80.231.152.14 146.172.72.254 66.220.2.75 199.16.94.6 199.16.94.2 130.244.198.209 129.250.3.254 208.94.148.4 213.115.124.90 199.16.95.46 199.16.94.58 192.71.228.17 129.250.3.73 195.35.83.103 192.41.162.35 199.16.94.38 129.250.6.13 192.42.93.30 129.250.6.50 128.242.180.94 192.31.80.30
  9. 9. 192.165.72.14 Internet85.30.129.39
  10. 10. Historically, New, Vertically Integrated Horizontally Integrated Service Service Service ServiceTransmission Transmission Transmission Internet Wire Wire Wire Wire
  11. 11. Service AbstractionIndependence! Internet Abstraction Wire
  12. 12. Why IPv6 is important?• Anyone can address anyone else • Market economy forces should do selection of services • Innovation is important regardless of location in network• Future Internet is (again) p2p communication • For a few years, majority has been client - server• End to end is important for transformation of society • For a few years, majority has been client - server
  13. 13. What is Swedish Government doing? • Requested e-Delegation to make a plan • http://www.edelegationen.se/sida/vagledning-for-inforande-av-ipv6 • Push for A Digital Agenda for Sweden • Digital divide is of concern • Everyone should participate • Transformation of society • Requested PTS to take one step further • Describe more in detail what people should do
  14. 14. The IPv6 plan• Vad vill uppnås med denna vägledning?• Mål: En övergång till IPv6, för myndighetens externa kommunikation (webbplats och publika e-tjänster), bör vara genomförd senast vid utgången av 2011. Det är sedan upp till var myndighet att göra sin egna bedömning av tidpunkten för omställningen av den interna IT-miljön till IPv6.• Syfte: Att stödja offentlig förvaltning att i ett första steg genomföra en konsekvens- analys avseende övergång till IPv6 och därefter genomföra själva övergången.
  15. 15. IPv6 vs. IPv4 costs over timeCost Today IPv6 deployment and operations IPv4 complexity costs Time
  16. 16. 192.165.72.14 Internet85.30.129.39
  17. 17. 192.165.72.142001::CAFE:BEEF Internet 85.30.129.392A02:80:3FFE::39
  18. 18. Access provider Access providerclient Server
  19. 19. Access provider Access providerclient Server
  20. 20. Access provider Access providerclient NAT Server
  21. 21. Access provider Access providerIPv4 NAT IPv4
  22. 22. Access provider Access providerIPv4 NAT NAT IPv4
  23. 23. Access provider Access providerv6 NAT v4
  24. 24. Functionality of service is dependent of well working NAT Access provider Access providerv6 NAT v4
  25. 25. Access provider Access providerv6 v6
  26. 26. Why is IPv6 important?• Services must work over IPv6 when first end user only have IPv6• Office network have same environment as end users• By being first customer, public sector help deployment of new technologies
  27. 27. Patrik Fältströmpaf@cisco.com

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