Presentation on theme: "Indonesia Internet eXchange"— Presentation transcript:
1 Indonesia Internet eXchange Harijanto Pribadi, Dept. Head of IIX APJII 2012
2 Introduction of APJIIAsosiasi Penyelenggara Jasa Internet Indonesia (APJII) or Indonesia Internet Service Provider Association are Non Profit Organization also Non Government Organization, formed at the First National Conference on May 15, 1996Our member all Indonesia ISP (include big operator : Telkom, Indosat, XL Axiata) and many other ISP spread to all Indonesia region , total = 265 members (ISP and NAP) until the end of July, 2012.APJII also known as Indonesia NIR with name IDNIC under APNIC
3 Indonesia Internet Industry structure By Indonesia government regulation, Internet Service Provider (ISP) must subscribe the IP Transit from Network Access Provider (NAP) as global upstream.Indonesia Internet eXchange (IIX) as local/domestic IXP between Indonesia ISP.
5 Organization of APJIIBoard of trusty, Elected from and by members each 3 years via members assemblyBoard of executive, Elected from and by members each 3 years via members assemblyOperational Staffs, Assocation employee
6 Indonesia Internet Users Overview Indonesia Population ~ 245millionInternet users ~ 62.9 million based on latest research by APJIIFacebook users ~ 41 million50 Gbit/s aggregate domestic traffic60 Gbit/s International traffic40 million students connected25 million online media regular visitors/day
10 IIX Overviewlaunched on June 1997, operational start from Aug 1997 by APJII sponsored by CISCO, Intel and HP.Designed by APJII and Cisco (USA) Make 15 ISPs connectedIIX Update on August 2012:IPv4 peers = 117, Advertised prefixes (IPv4) = > 6200IPv6 peers = 27, Advertised prefixes (IPv6) = 111Hardware:Router: Juniper M7i, Cisco 3700Switch: Cisco Catalyst 3750, Force10, Brocade
11 Multi Lateral Peering Agreement (MPLA) IIX Advertise own prefix and receive all prefix via BGP4 peering with AS7597(IIX) between MPLA membersBest-path depend on member BGP configurationNot advertise prefix from global upstream to AS7597(IIX)Route prefix advertising maximum 24 bits.Routing Policy based on RIPE181 or new recommendation publish by IETFThis MPLA implemented as best-effort service
13 IIX BackgroundFaster Local Traffic Exchanging by dropping delay time of local sites access from an average ping of 700ms to 7msNew opportunities of deploying internet based applications due to the delay sensitivenessInternet Cost Reduction (International Bandwidth Saving)Stimulating the growth of local Indonesian contentSecurity for e-commerce since local packets will not go through the global internetImplementations of e-gov with local internet traffic
19 DEVELOPMENT PLAN IIX design based on Layer2 IXP
20 DEVELOPMENT PLAN IIX at Major City in Indonesia Develop 33 IIX node on 33 Province where Nusantara Internet eXchange (NIX) exist , NIX is government project operate by private company who win the tender. The government pay OPEX to NIX operator, NIX operator and IIX-APJII have MoU to develop local IXP on each NIX facilities. (future)
21 DEVELOPMENT PLAN IIX at Major City in Indonesia
22 IIX ChallengeEncourages local and global content provider to put or direct peer the application server, cache data network and their cloud server on IIX.Develop partnership with other IXP, domestic and overseas by members permission via Open Policy Meeting (OPM) mechanism.