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IPv6 by APNIC

  1. 1. Expanding the Internet: The IPv4 to IPv6 transition APNIC IPv6 Program APJII 12th, June 2009, Jakarta, Indonesia 1
  2. 2. Who we are? • Sanjaya – APNIC Services Area Manager – <sanjaya@apnic.net> • Miwa Fujii – APNIC IPv6 Program Manager – <miwa@apnic.net> 2
  3. 3. What we will talk about today? • About RIRs and APNIC • Current IPv4 address free pool exhaustion status • Current IPv6 deployment status • APNIC IPv6 Readiness Survey 2009 • About APNIC IPv6 Program • IPv6 implementation cases • Action plan • What’s your thought? – Open discussion 3
  4. 4. Regional Internet Registries The Internet community established the RIRs to provide fair and consistent resource distribution and accurate resource registration throughout the world.
  5. 5. The APNIC region • The region served by APNIC covers the entire Asia Pacific, comprising 56 economies throughout Asia and Oceania.
  6. 6. APNIC’s mission • To provide Internet resource allocation and registration services • To assist the AP community to achieve effective resource management • To provide educational opportunities • To develop public policies and public positions • To liaise with multi-stakeholders in the Internet community
  7. 7. APNIC’s services • Resource registration services • Informing the community • The Internet Routing Registry (RIR) – Globally distributed routing information database • Resource certificate – A robust security framework for verifying the association between holders and their Internet resources • Training and education • Policy development
  8. 8. Remaining IPv4 /8s at IANA http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ as of 01/06/2009
  9. 9. IPv4 allocations from IANA to RIRs 14 12 Number of /8 allocations from IANA to RIRs 10 8 6 4 2 0 http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space/ as of 01/06/2009
  10. 10. So when will the free IPv4 addresses run out? Projected IANA Unallocated Address Pool Exhaustion: 26 June 2011 Projected RIR Unallocated Address Pool Exhaustion: 23 March 2012 10 http://www.potaroo.net/tools/ipv4/index.html as of 05/06/2009
  11. 11. But not everyone’s connected yet Worlds Internet Penetration Rates by Geographic Regions Source: Internet World Stats - www.internetworldststs.com/stats.htm Penetration Rates are based on a world population of 6,710,029,070 for full year 2008 and 1,581,571,589 estimated Internet users. 11 Copyright©2009, Miniwatts Marketing Group
  12. 12. and devices need to connect too! Billions of them 12
  13. 13. A quick summary IPv4 addresses are a finite numeric asset • Only 12% remain But the demand for IPv4 addresses is still growing • More devices are requiring IP addresses • Especially in the AP region The remaining 12% is not large enough to support such demand 13
  14. 14. Are people deploying IPv6? IPv6 routes 1900 IPv4 routes 300,000 IPv4 ASNs 30,000 IPv6 ASNs 1350 14 http://bgp.potaroo.net/ as of 05/06/2009
  15. 15. APNIC IPv6 Readiness Survey 2009 • Have you deployed or are you ready for immediate IPv6 deployment? • Does your organization have a formal plan to deal with the deployment of IPv6? 15
  16. 16. APNIC IPv6 Readiness Survey 2009 • Has your organization budgeted for future resource allocation for IPv6 deployment? • Has your organization allocated resources (human or financial) for IPv6 deployment? 16
  17. 17. APNIC IPv6 Readiness Survey 2009 • APNIC should have a bigger role in promoting IPv6 deployment within the AP region – Mean: 8.44, Standard deviation: 1.72 • Governments should require IPv6 compliance within entities under their control – Mean: 7.32 Standard Deviation: 2.38
  18. 18. APNIC IPv6 Program • A new role developed in August 2008 – To response to the community’s request – To support in transitioning smoothly to IPv6 • APNIC appointed an IPv6 Program Manager in August 2008 – Miwa Fujii <miwa@apnic.net> • APNIC IPv6 services include: – APNIC IPv6 Training – Resource allocation – IPv6 policy development 18
  19. 19. APNIC IPv6 Program • Rolling out various IPv6-related activities – ICONS IPv6 Wiki and IPv6 ICONS Forum • IPv6 information site for the community • http://icons.apnic.net/display/icons/Home • Your participation will help the Internet community • Facilitate multi-stakeholders in the AP Internet community – Various outreach activities • Exhibit APNIC IPv6 Program activities at general ICT conferences • Participate conferences of policy makers and regulators • Organise small round table meeting with various stakeholders 19
  20. 20. ICONS IPv6 Wiki http://icons.apnic.net/display/IPv6/Home Use RSS to stay updated! 20
  21. 21. ICONS IPv6 Wiki http://icons.apnic.net/display/IPv6/Home 21
  22. 22. ICONS IPv6 Wiki Information for service providers 22
  23. 23. ICONS IPv6 Wiki Information about IPv6 Operational Issues 23
  24. 24. ICONS IPv6 Wiki IPv6 news feed from various sources 24
  25. 25. Stay updated with IPv6 developmnet 25
  26. 26. Current access to ICONS IPv6 Wiki 26
  27. 27. Cross referencing to ICONS IPv6 Wiki • Feel free to cross referencing to ICONS IPv6 Wiki • Any questions, please feel free to contact Miwa – <miwa@apnic.net> 27
  28. 28. What will happen to your customers if their network is not IPv6 ready? • Researchers predict IPv4 legacy assets (client PCs, servers, routers, switches, OSes, various applications, etc.) will remain for the next 10 years – Dual-stack environment servicing both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic may last for many years – IPv4 addresses will be assigned strategically • Not everyone can receive global IPv4 addresses • An increasing number of end users/devices may be given only IPv6 addresses at some point 28
  29. 29. While a client is running with IPv4/IPv6… Both IPv4 and IPv6 are on 29
  30. 30. …it receives both IPv4/IPv6 addresses: dual-stack Both IPv4 and IPv6 address are assigned 30
  31. 31. Even if a service is only available via IPv4… Your customers can still use your service 31
  32. 32. One day… • In the future, many end users will only receive an IPv6 address – Many “clients” access the Internet via an IPv6 address – If your web service is not on a dual-stack network, what will happen? 32
  33. 33. Simulating an IPv6-only client Turned off IPv4 33
  34. 34. If their site is not ready for IPv6… End users (that is, your customers) will move elsewhere 34
  35. 35. Is the global community deploying IPv6? The upward trend in the size of the BGP Forwarding Table (FIB) 35 http://bgp.potaroo.net/v6/as2.0/ as of 04/06/2009
  36. 36. IPv6 deployment opportunities • What benefits can you create by deploying IPv6 in your region? • A new industry without much legacy – Effective use of the Internet for socio-economic development? • Point-to-point connectivity in remote learning environments? • Effective use of multicasting to conserve bandwidth? – Stable, continuous Internet for: • Disaster risk management and risk reduction? • Early warning and response to disaster risks? – Effective use of IPv6’s new features? • Transportable communication system for effective disaster and emergency management? – Energy efficient networks? • Deploy new technologies with less power consumption? • Positive impact to the environment? 36
  37. 37. Recent IPv6 implementation case • NTT Communications in Japan – Earthquake Warning Alert System via IPv6 multicasting 37 https://sites.google.com/site/ipv6implementors/conference2009/agenda
  38. 38. Recent IPv6 implementation case • A pioneer providing IP- based wireless sensor network technology and services • Energy efficiency goals through real-time visibility and analysis from fine-grained electrical, environmental, and thermal sensor data. 38 http://www.archrock.com/downloads/AR_WhitePaper_CommercialBuildingEnergy.pdf
  39. 39. Recent IPv6 implementation case Q2, 2009 • Sify.com, India, enabled their services with IPv6 – Internet access to enterprise customers – MPLS-based IP-VPN services • Orange Business Services deployed IPv6 in its MPLS IP VPN backbone – Available in 35 countries in Q2, 2009 – Gradually extended to more than 100 • FX Networks, NZ – High performance national Internet backbone is natively running IPv6 in parallel with IPv4 and is available for customers to use – To sustain their business with Asian business partners http://sev.prnewswire.com/computer-networks/20090528/3907349en_iCrossing28052009-1.html http://www.orange.com/en_EN/press/press_releases/att00012170/print.jsp 39 http://www.geekzone.co.nz/content.asp?contentid=8251
  40. 40. Are you ready for these changes? 40 http://www.travelblog.org/Maps/map-of-indonesia-id.gif
  41. 41. Your role in this transition period • How can you support your CIO to make the deployment of IPv6 efficient? – Identify how reliant your current business growth plan is on IPv4 – Identify technical impact of transition to IPv6 • Include network plan for implementing dual stack on your core networks – Integrate IPv6 spending into your 2010 budgets • Include budget allocation for IPv6 test beds and initial deployment – Make a plan to up-skill your staff • ICONS Wiki IPv6 – http://wiki.icons.apnic.net/display/IPv6/Home – Obtain IPv6 addresses from APNIC • helpdesk@apnic.net – Design and build IPv6 test bed to test applications and services – Implement IPv6 on core equipment and services 41
  42. 42. Your IPv6 planning checklist How can you support your CIO to make the deployment of IPv6 efficient. • Integrate IPv6 spending into your 2010 budgets – Include budget allocation for IPv6 test beds and initial deployment • Make a plan to up-skill your staff – ICONS Wiki IPv6 • http://wiki.icons.apnic.net/display/IPv6/Home • IPv6 training/consulting services providers • Obtain IPv6 addresses from APJII or APNIC – helpdesk@apnic.net 42
  43. 43. APNIC and IPv6 support • APNIC appointed an IPv6 Program Manager in August 2008 – Miwa Fujii <miwa@apnic.net> – Rolling out various IPv6-related activities • ICONS IPv6 Wiki and IPv6 ICONS Forum – IPv6 information site for the community – http://icons.apnic.net/display/icons/Home – Your participation will help the Internet community – Work closely with NIRs - APJII • APNIC IPv6 services include: – APNIC IPv6 Training – Resource allocation – IPv6 policy development 43
  44. 44. In summary • IPv4 exhaustion will impact businesses • IPv6 is the long-term solution • IPv6 deployment is happening • Network operators have an important role to play in IPv6 deployment • APNIC support is available 44
  45. 45. APNIC 28 (24–28 August 2009) in Beijing http://www.apnic.net/meetings/28/ Stay tuned with APNIC Meeting Fellowship information! 45
  46. 46. Now it’s your turn ☺ • What’s your company’s plan to sustain business operations after IPv4 address exhaustion? • Do you have an inventory of assets relying on IPv4? • Do you know how to configure routers and servers with IPv6? • Do you know if decision makers in your company are properly informed? • How APJII and the APNIC IPv6 Program can work together? – Any thoughts or opinions? 46
  47. 47. Thank You! Sanjaya<sanjaya@apnic.net> miwa <miwa@apnic.net>

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