Registration
Services Update
Kjell Leknes
Registration Services
RIPE NCC
Overview
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Regional Internet Registries (RIR) and RIPE NCC

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Use of the last /8

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IPv6 in the Middle East

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RIRs & RIPE NCC
Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)
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Five RIRs worldwide

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Not for profit organisations

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Founded by membership fees...
The Internet Registry System

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The RIPE NCC
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Serving Europe, Middle East & parts of Central Asia
Provides Internet number resource allocations and
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The RIPE Community
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Open forum to anyone interested in the way the
Internet is managed, structured or governed ...
Use of the Last /8
IANA and the RIRs: IPv4 Pool
IPv4 Distribution

The RIPE community’s
policies for allocations
from last the /8 apply
September 2012:
The RIPE NCC start...
IPv4 Exhaustion
Last /8 Policy
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Each LIR can get one final /22 allocation

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Applies for both new and existing members

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16.000 /22s ...
/22 IPv4 Allocations – Regional Statistics

Total allocations: 192
RIPE NCC available pool
Need more IPv4 space?
Three different types of intra-RIR transfers:
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Mergers and acquisitions

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IPv4 allocation tran...
IPv6 Distribution
IPv6 Distribution
Getting an IPv6 Allocation
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Must be an LIR

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Plan to make assignments within two years

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Minimum allocation size is ...
Getting IPv6 PI Address Space
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End Users must meet the contractual requirements for
Provider Independent (PI) resources
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IPv6 in the Middle East
IPv6: Middle East Regional Statistics

Number of allocations: 377
IPv6 RIPEness
A star rating system based on IPv6 readiness
An LIR receives one star each for:
1)

Holding an IPv6 allocati...
IPv6 RIPEness in the Middle East

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Summary
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The pool of IPv4 addresses is depleted

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The RIPE NCC now allocates from the last /8

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IPv6 deployment is m...
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IPv6 Deployment in the Middle East - Amman, Jordan 2013

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Update as per November 2013 of deployment in IPv6, the new internet protocol, in the Middle East. By Kjell Leknes, RIPE NCC, Internet Registry of Europe, Middle East and Central ASIA.

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IPv6 Deployment in the Middle East - Amman, Jordan 2013

  1. 1. Registration Services Update Kjell Leknes Registration Services RIPE NCC
  2. 2. Overview • Regional Internet Registries (RIR) and RIPE NCC • Use of the last /8 • IPv6 in the Middle East 2
  3. 3. RIRs & RIPE NCC
  4. 4. Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) • Five RIRs worldwide • Not for profit organisations • Founded by membership fees • Distribute IPv4, IPv6 and AS Numbers • Neutral, impartial, open and transparent • Policies decided by regional communities 4
  5. 5. The Internet Registry System Screen shot 2013-03-22 at 12.06.59 PM.png
  6. 6. The RIPE NCC   Serving Europe, Middle East & parts of Central Asia Provides Internet number resource allocations and assignments, registration services and coordination activities  Started in 1992 by the RIPE community  Based in Amsterdam  Over 9,700 members in 76 countries  Provides technical and administrative support to the RIPE community
  7. 7. The RIPE Community     Open forum to anyone interested in the way the Internet is managed, structured or governed in Europe, Middle East and parts of Central Asia Includes businesses, government, regulators, law enforcement agencies, civil society, academia, private citizens and more Participation through mailing lists and attending meetings Various Working Groups
  8. 8. Use of the Last /8
  9. 9. IANA and the RIRs: IPv4 Pool
  10. 10. IPv4 Distribution The RIPE community’s policies for allocations from last the /8 apply September 2012: The RIPE NCC starts to allocate IPv4 address space from the last /8 The RIPE NCC can only distribute IPv6 address space ? Time Now RIPE NCC IPv4 pool exhausted
  11. 11. IPv4 Exhaustion
  12. 12. Last /8 Policy • Each LIR can get one final /22 allocation • Applies for both new and existing members • 16.000 /22s in one /8 • Returned addressing space goes into the free pool • LIR must already hold an IPv6 allocation 12
  13. 13. /22 IPv4 Allocations – Regional Statistics Total allocations: 192
  14. 14. RIPE NCC available pool
  15. 15. Need more IPv4 space? Three different types of intra-RIR transfers: 1) Mergers and acquisitions 2) IPv4 allocation transfers under the IPv4 policies 3) Legacy space transfers 15
  16. 16. IPv6 Distribution
  17. 17. IPv6 Distribution
  18. 18. Getting an IPv6 Allocation • Must be an LIR • Plan to make assignments within two years • Minimum allocation size is a /32 • Up to /29 without having to justify need • Existing /32 can be extended up to a /29 18
  19. 19. Getting IPv6 PI Address Space • End Users must meet the contractual requirements for Provider Independent (PI) resources • LIRs must demonstrate special routing requirements • Minimum assignment size is a /48 • PI space cannot be used for sub-assignments 19
  20. 20. IPv6 in the Middle East
  21. 21. IPv6: Middle East Regional Statistics Number of allocations: 377
  22. 22. IPv6 RIPEness A star rating system based on IPv6 readiness An LIR receives one star each for: 1) Holding an IPv6 allocation 2) Announcing the IPv6 allocation 3) Registering a route6 object in the RIPE Database 4) Setting up reverse DNS for the IPv6 allocation A list of all LIRs’ RIPEness: http://ripeness.ripe.net 22
  23. 23. IPv6 RIPEness in the Middle East 23
  24. 24. Summary • The pool of IPv4 addresses is depleted • The RIPE NCC now allocates from the last /8 • IPv6 deployment is more important than ever • If you need help filling in the IPv6 allocation request or have any other RIPE NCC related issues – come see me in the service center! 24
  25. 25. Questions?

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