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1 1IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, IPv6 Day in Armenia I.Mkrtumyan ISOC AM

2 2 ISOC position on IPv6 IPv6 is the future of the Internet, and without it we can no longer grow. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

3 3 The mission of the IETF is to make the Internet work better The IETF's mission is "to make the Internet work better" by producing high quality, relevant technical documents that influence the way people design, use, and manage the Internet. But as soon as it is the Internet Engineering Task Force, so this means: make the Internet work better from an engineering point of view. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

4 4 The goal of the IETF is to make the Internet work better: by producing high quality, relevant technical documents that influence the way people design, use, and manage the Internet. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

5 5 ISOC Deploy 360 programme The Internet Society Deploy360 Programme is a new initiative that provides real-world IPv6, DNSSEC, etc. deployment information. Deploy360 aims to bridge the gap between the IETF standards process and final adoption of those standards by the global operations community. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

6 66 ISOC AM goal •ISOC AM is a Chapter of the global ISOC •ISOC AM carries out global ISOC policies in Armenia •Monitor Armenia IPv6 readiness and help organizations in achieving that. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

7 7 IIAP (NAS RA) representing Armenian NREN and ISOC AM are closely cooperating in different aspects of Internet development in Armenia

8 88 Resources IPv6 Training Resources: •6DEPLOY e-learning for IPv66DEPLOY e-learning for IPv6 •6DEPLOY Series of IPv6 Tutorials6DEPLOY Series of IPv6 Tutorials IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

9 9 How IPv6 ready are you? •IPv6 RIPEness is a rating system which awards stars to RIPE NCC members depending on how IPv6 ready they are. Stars are awarded for: •Having an IPv6 allocation •Visibility in the Routing Information Service (RIS) •Having a route6 object in the RIPE Database •Having a reverse DNS delegation set up •Find out how you can get your RIPEness stars For more information on the RIPE NCC's IPv6 RIPEness project, see Check out the RIPEness data below:how you can get your RIPEness stars •LIRs with 4star RIPEnessLIRs with 4star RIPEness •RIPEness per country pie-chartsRIPEness per country pie-charts IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

10 10 Large • "ArmenTel" CJSC "ArmenTel" CJSC Medium • K-Telecom CJSC K-Telecom CJSC • Armenia Network Information Center (AMNIC) Armenia Network Information Center (AMNIC) • "Orange Armenia" CJSC "Orange Armenia" CJSC • Pimox LLC Pimox LLC • Ucom LLC Ucom LLC • WEB Ltd WEB Ltd Small • Armenian Datacom Company Armenian Datacom Company • Apaga Technologies CJSC Apaga Technologies CJSC • Crossnet LLC Crossnet LLC • FiberNet Communication LLC FiberNet Communication LLC • GNC-Alfa CJSC GNC-Alfa CJSC • Icon Communications CJSC Icon Communications CJSC • Interactive TV LLC Interactive TV LLC • Netsys JV LLC Netsys JV LLC Extra small • Hi-Tech Gateway LLC. Hi-Tech Gateway LLC. • IIAP IIAP Resident Local Internet Registries offering service in Armenia

11 11 Armenia position IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

12 12 IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

13 13 In order to earn the first star, an LIR must have received an IPv6 allocation. Additional stars can be earned by registering a route6 object in the RIPE Database, setting up reverse DNS and announcing the prefix IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

14 14 First star: IPv6 address space •The main criteria for being included in the IPv6 RIPEness list, is to have an IPv6 allocation from the RIPE NCC (or an IPv6 PI assignment). If you are an LIR and you do not have IPv6 address space yet, you can send a request or fill in the appropriate form on the LIR Portal: •"IPv6 First Allocation Request Form" or •"IPv6 Provider Independent (PI) Assignment Request Form". IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

15 15 2 nd star: route6 object •To find out if you have a "route6" object in the Routing Registry, you can query for the IPv6 address space prefix (or address) in RIPEstat. The “Routing Consistency” module will show "FOUND" in the whois column if a route6 object for the address prefix is registered in the RIPE Database. You can see an example in the image below:RIPEstat •If you don’t have a route6 object, you can create one. Note that this is not absolutely necessary for deploying IPv6, but it is a measure of good housekeeping. Some transit providers or Internet Exchange Points use route[6] objects as a requirement for accepting customers or peers. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

16 16 3rd star: reverse DNS •To find out if your LIR has reverse DNS for the IPv6 prefix, you can query for the IPv6 address space prefix (or address) in RIPEstat.RIPEstat IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

17 17 4th star: prefix visible in RIS •One way to check if your IPv6 prefix is announced, is to see if it is visible in the RIPE NCC Routing Information System (RIS). If you want to check for yourself if your prefix is visible there, you can look it up directly in RIS or in the RIPEstat toolbox.RISRIPEstat •If you don’t see it as “This prefix is currently announced by…” and then the AS number, that means that you still need to announce your IPv6 prefix to your neighbors, either by establishing IPv6 BGP peering with upstreams or peers, or ask your transit provider to announce your prefix. IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, 2012

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