RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 14 Registration Services Avg. response time 2-3 days Start processing IPv6 requests New manager: Nurani Nimpuno Efficient Procedures –No radical staff increase
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 15 IPv6 20 queries received in total –10 address space requests –5 sub-TLAs allocated 3 ranges reverse delegated Good co-operation with RIRs and 6bone Smooth Start Few open issues (IPv6-WG)
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 16 LIR Training Courses 13 courses delivered since last meeting 14 courses planned –SE, DE, TR, IT, FR, RU, UK, GR, NL, SK, IE New course material ready soon
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 17 RIPE Database Redundancy improved Fully redundant server configuration 2nd server: “near real time” mirroring - “hot swap” Several performance problems Software reached limit for some types of updates Sub-optimal use of hardware by the software –Hardware tuned to the maximum –DB software tweaked –New performance features added
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 19 Test-Traffic Measurements Membership service in sites participating, 36 taking data Data analysis in progress New services being developed: –Delay alarms: small scale tests –Trends in the data: analysis in progress –Results overview page: work starts after RIPE-34
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 20 Where are the test-boxes located?
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 21 Routing Information Service RIS collects and stores Routing information Usage possibilities –Debugging/Problem solving –Statistics –Compare announced against actual policies Prototype setup, used for design studies Design document discussed in Routing-WG –Published early October (ripe-200)
RIPE 34 PlenaryMirjam Kühne 22 RR Consistency Consistency between RR & ‘Reality’ Use RIS data collection Concentrate on route/origin authentication RIPE community co-operation –DB-WG, Routing-WG