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Indonesia IPv6 Readiness

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Is Indonesia ready to adopt IPv6?

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Indonesia IPv6 Readiness

  1. 1. INDONESIAINDONESIA IPv6 ReadinessIPv6 Readiness Moh Noor Al Azam
  2. 2. Who Am I?Who Am I? ● Moh Noor Al Azam 1970    1996  1998 1999  2002 BORN RADNET KLAS APJII Narotama RADNET Branch Manager KLAS Ack as a Chairman APJII KORWIL JATIM Narotama Lecturer Who Am I??Who Am I?? Moh Noor Al AzamMoh Noor Al Azam
  3. 3. OSI Layer Model (1/3)OSI Layer Model (1/3) PhysicalPhysical Data LinkData Link NetworkNetwork TransportTransport SessionSession PresentationPresentation ApplicationApplication
  4. 4. OSI Layer Model (2/3)OSI Layer Model (2/3) PhysicalPhysical Data LinkData Link NetworkNetwork TransportTransport SessionSession PresentationPresentation ApplicationApplication IPIP
  5. 5. OSI Layer Model (3/3)OSI Layer Model (3/3) PhysicalPhysical Data LinkData Link NetworkNetwork TransportTransport SessionSession PresentationPresentation ApplicationApplication HWHW OSOS APPAPP
  6. 6. So....So.... the main issue on IPv6 adoption is not on the "what hardware do you use?", it's more on "is your operating system already support it? -especially on your hardware"                         
  7. 7. Operating System on IPv6 AdoptionOperating System on IPv6 Adoption source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_IPv6_support_in_operating_systems
  8. 8. APNIC Allocation IPv6 Network (1/2)APNIC Allocation IPv6 Network (1/2) AUAU 525 JPJP 426 CNCN 360 HKHK 189 ININ 215 IDID 183 NZNZ 162 source: APNIC 20150504
  9. 9. APNIC Allocation IPv6 Network (2/2)APNIC Allocation IPv6 Network (2/2) source: APNIC 20150504 VN Vietnam 19 LK Sri Lanka 14 AF Afganistan 12 MN Mongolia 11 FJ Fiji 7 LA Lao People's Democratic Republic 6 MM Myanmar 6 PG Papua New Guinea 6 GU Guam 5 BN Brunei Darussalam 4 MO Macao 4 NC New Caledonia 4 PF French Polynesia 4 BT Bhutan 3 MV Maldives 2 SB Solomon Islands 2 TL Timor-Leste 2 TO Tonga 2 US United States 2 VU Vanuatu 2 WS Samoa 2 AS American Samoa 1 CK Cook Island 1 DE Germany 1 FM Micronesia, Federated States of 1 KI Kiribati 1 MH Marshall Islands 1 NL Netherlands 1 NR Nauru 1 PW Palau 1 TK Tokelau 1 TV Tuvalu 1 AU Australia 525 JP Japan 426 CN China 360 IN India 215 HK Hongkong 189 ID Indonesia 183 NZ New Zealand 162 SG Singapore 147 KR Korea, Republic of 135 MY Malaysia 92 TW Taiwan 82 BD Bangladesh 77 TH Thailand 64 PH Philippines 54 PK Pakistan 35 KH Cambodia 27 NP Nepal 22 total: 49 country & 2.925 IPv6 allocation
  10. 10. APNIC Assignment IPv6 Network (1/2)APNIC Assignment IPv6 Network (1/2) AUAU 237 IDID 139 ININ 135 HKHK 70 SGSG 76 JPJP 63 NZNZ 62 source: APNIC 20150504
  11. 11. APNIC Assignment IPv6 Network (2/2)APNIC Assignment IPv6 Network (2/2) source: APNIC 20150504 total: 28 country & 957 IPv6 assignment NP Nepal 6 PK Pakistan 4 TW Taiwan 4 BN Brunei Darussalam 3 WS Samoa 3 FJ Fiji 2 KH Cambodia 2 LK Sri Lanka 2 VU Vanuatu 2 LA Lao People's Democratic Republic 1 MN Mongolia 1 NF Norfolk Island 1 PF French Polynesia 1 PG Papua New Guinea 1 AU Australia 237 ID Indonesia 139 IN India 135 SG Singapore 76 HK Hongkong 70 JP Japan 63 NZ New Zealand 62 MY Malaysia 37 TH Thailand 26 VN Vietnam 26 BD Bangladesh 17 PH Philippines 16 CN China 11 KR Korea, Republic of 9
  12. 12. IPv6 Network in IndonesiaIPv6 Network in Indonesia 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 Assignment Allocation
  13. 13. Is it a Good News??Is it a Good News?? ● Based on APJII database, currently 396 ISPs in Indonesia vs 183 allocation IPv6 network. It's mean 213 ISPs doesn't have IPv6 yet. ● Based on https://www.vyncke.org/ipv6status 33.9%→ not announce on BGP not all IPv6 own by Indonesians↔ live in the Net yet. ● Last update on http://ipv6tf.or.id is at December 20, 2013 ● We don't know exactly, where we stand by now??
  14. 14. Why??Why?? ● The main reason not using IPv6 is “I still in business by using IPv4” ● There is NAT to multiply IPv4. ● Lack of knowledge regarding security issue on using NAT.
  15. 15. What We Can Do??What We Can Do?? ● Ask your ISP to adopt IPv6 immediately. ● Put IPv6 as your requirement when seeking ISP. ● Get used to using dual-stack on your network. ● Is there anybody can ask Mark Zuckerbergto to use only IPv6 in Indonesia??
  16. 16. The ConclusionThe Conclusion yes.... we are ready for IPv6, but we need your help to make it to be reality in general immediately. Thank you

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