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IPv6 Act Now!

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IPv6 Act Now!

  1. 1. IPv6, Act Now! National Norwegian Meeting on IPv6 Alex Band – Product Manager Chris Buckridge – External Relations Officer
  2. 2. • One of the five Regional Internet Registries • Support coordination of Internet operations • Not for profit membership organisation • Over 7000 active members - 650 new members in 2009 • Neutral, Impartial, Open, Transparent 2 RIPE NCC
  3. 3. The Five Regional Internet Registries 3
  4. 4. IPv4 Address Distribution 4 Allocation PA Assignment PI Assignment IANA End User LIR RIR /0 /21 /8 /25/23 /25
  5. 5. 0 64 128 192 256 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 IPv4 Allocation Timeline IANA Pool of IPv4 Addresses Data Projection Today 5 12 blocks
  6. 6. IPv4 Address Pool APNIC LACNIC ARIN AfriNIC RIPE NCC Organisations Other IANA less than 5%available 6
  7. 7. Reaching the Next Billion • Around 1.9 billion Internet users now - five times as many as there were in the year 2000 - around 29% of all people • Mobile phones are becoming Internet devices • The Internet of things 7
  8. 8. 8 Wait and See?
  9. 9. IPv6 Address Basics • IPv6 address: 128 bits - 32 bits in IPv4 • Every subnet should be a /64 • Customer assignments (sites) between: - /64 (1 subnet) - /48 (65,536 subnets) • Minimum allocation size /32 - 65,536 /48s - 16,777,216 /56s 9
  10. 10. Getting an IPv6 Allocation • To qualify, an organisation must: - Be an LIR - Have a plan for making assignments • Minimum allocation size /32 10
  11. 11. What Does an IPv6 Allocation Cost? • /32 = 1 scoring unit • /31 = 2 scoring units • points = ∑(2010-1992)x(scoring unit) =18x1+... 11 Category Points Fee 2010 Extra Small 0 - 16 € 1300 Small - 111 € 1800 Medium - 936 € 2550 Large - 7116 € 4100 Extra Large > 7116 € 5500
  12. 12. IPv6 RIPEness 12 • Rating system: - One star if the LIR has an IPv6 allocation - Additional stars if: - IPv6 Prefix is announced on router - A route6 object is in the RIPE Database - Reverse DNS is set up
  13. 13. IPv6 RIPEness – Total Membership 13 No IPv6 69% 4 stars 10% 3 stars 7% 2 stars 4% 1 star 10% 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars No IPv6
  14. 14. IPv6 RIPEness – Norway (152 LIRs) 14 No IPv6 55% 4 stars 11% 3 stars 8% 2 stars 9% 1 star 17% 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars No IPv6
  15. 15. IPv6 RIPEness – Your Neighborhood 15 54% 1 star 2 stars 3 stars 4 stars No IPv6 62% 66% 62% Germany Denmark SwedenFinland
  16. 16. IPv6 Enabled Networks in Global Routing 16 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 All Norway Sweden Germany
  17. 17. What We Know • RIRs have been consistently allocating around 10 /8s each year worldwide • There were 12 /8s remaining at the IANA as of 18 October 2010 (less than 5%) • Projected exhaustion of unallocated IPv4 pool: April 2011 17
  18. 18. What We Are Doing • Raise awareness of the problem - Different roles for different sectors - Industry, government, civil society, technical community • Education - Technical knowledge for stakeholders that need it • Ensure IPv6 is accessible to all • Engage with ALL stakeholders 18
  19. 19. • Policy forum - Not a legal entity - No official membership - Open to everyone • No voting - Consensus decision making • Work happens at meetings and on mailing lists: - Working Groups - Task forces 19 RIPE Community
  20. 20. RIPE Policy Development Process • Open - Anyone can participate - Policy meetings - Mailing lists • Transparent - List discussions archived publicly - Meetings transcribed • Developed bottom-up - By the Internet community - “Self-regulation” model 20
  21. 21. Flow of Information RIPE community 21 Government RIPE Cooperation Working Group RIPE NCC Government Roundtables
  22. 22. RIPE NCC Roundtable Meetings • Regular events since 2005 - Held in Amsterdam and the Middle East (planning) • Participants - 40+ Governments representatives from 18+ countries • Topics covered - IPv6 deployment - IPv4 depletion - Internet governance - DNSSEC - Resource certification 22
  23. 23. RIPE Cooperation Working Group • Formed in 2008 - After work by the Enhanced Cooperation Task Force • Focus on cooperation between private and public sectors • Encouraging participation and input from stakeholders outside the traditional RIPE community 23
  24. 24. Other Fora • Internet Governance Forum (IGF) - Participating since WSIS (2003) and first IGF (2006) - Co-organised IPv6 workshops at IGF 2009 and 2010 - Currently planning for future IGF events • International Telecommunications Union (ITU) - IPv6 Group (since March 2010) - NRO presence at Plenipotentiary 2010 • OECD - NRO contributed to the Ministerial Meeting in 2008 - RIPE NCC is a founding member of the Internet Technical Advisory Committee (ITAC) 24
  25. 25. Other Fora • European Commission - IPv6 Deployment Monitoring Survey 2009, 2010 - IPv6 Workshops - 6Deploy • MENOG/RIPE NCC IPv6 Roadshow - Standalone workshop hosted by a government or enterprise organisation • Technical community events - NOGs, Internet Exchange Point (IXP) meetings 25
  26. 26. Rome, Italy – 15-19 November 2010 http://ripe.net/meetings Join Us at the Next RIPE Meeting! 26
  27. 27. Questions? Questions? Alex: alexb@ripe.net Chris: chris@ripe.net www.ipv6actnow.org @RIPE_NCC

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