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New IXPs in a Post IPv4 World ______________________________ Andy Davidson email@example.com Hurricane Electric / LONAP RIPE62, Amsterdam, 4 th May 2011
IPv4 …. YAWN!
Process Get some numbers! – IPv6 PI For Exchange Points – IPv4 PI IPv4 PI will go away very soon indeed!
Do v4 prefix exchange over v6 transport? You still need an IPv4 next-hop Process separation is desirable Assumption that next-hop can deliver 4 *and* 6 is possibly flawed Troubleshooting?
RFC 1918 IPv4 URPF Duplication Reverse DNS ICMP failure Troubleshooting ?
Just do v6 peering at new exchanges? Makes new exchange unattractive or unviable Exchange is a neutral catalyst for good of internet including v6 deployment
Just don’t make any new exchanges Unappealing The bits of the world without exchanges will benefit enormously from an exchange
Save some IPv4 for IXPs? Hold an additional /16 from the last /8 for IXPs We define IXPs in ripe document already … Discuss ? To be taken to APWG on Thursday if support.
Suggestions from EIX Significant support Don’t wait for the final /8 ? Not just for new IXPs, but growing existing ones ? Minimum assignment size ?
EIX Activity Update and Switch Wishlist Andy Davidson Hurricane Electric / LONAP / IXLeeds / EIX-WG Chair RIPE63, VIE.
LACNIC Policy Update Roque Gagliano LACNIC. Current Policies Proposals - LACNIC As a result of the Open Policy Forum at LACNIC XI four policy proposals.
The RIPE NCC Update Ingrid Wijte Registration Services Assistant Manager.
1IPv6 Day in Armenia, Yerevan, June 6, IPv6 Day in Armenia I.Mkrtumyan ISOC AM.
Do 50% of IP Networks run v6 ? Hurricane Electric IPv6 Native Backbone – Massive Peering! LACNIC XV Cancun – 16 th May 2011 Martin J. Levy, Director IPv6.
Spearheading Internet technology and policy development in the African Region Resource Services Report.
IPv6 deployment at Netnod (Nurani streaming Kurtis - but slower and without an Åland accent…) Who is Netnod? –IXP in Sweden, operator of i.root-servers.net,
Why NAT64 must win. Andy Davidson 27 th Septeber 2012 ______________________________________________________ CTO, 2Connect UK. RIPE65, Amsterdam
Update about the “SHOULDs Analysing Project” in RIPE Policy Documents “Should” we use the RFC 2119 Defined Language in RIPE Policy Documents? Jan Žorž,
NAT-PT Applicability Statement Design Team IETF #57, IETF V6OPS WG Vienna, Austria July 16, 2003.
APNIC Status Report RIPE 44 Amsterdam, The Netherlands January 27-31, 2003.
1 Axel Pawlik APNIC 21, 3 March 2006, Perth RIPE NCC Update APNIC 21.
Computer Networks TCP/IP Protocol Suite.
Possible Broadband Deployments Post IPv4 Completion Alain Durand, Work in progress #include.
Analysis of the impact of IPv4 transfer policies; Issues and solutions Dawit Bekele & John Schnizlein Internet Society AfriNIC-9 Mauritius.
Current Policy Topics Emilio Madaio Policy Development Officer RIPE NCC RIPE May 2013, Dublin.
Internet Number Resources 1. Internet IPv4 addresses IPv6 addresses Autonomous System number Fully Qualified Domain Name Key Internet resources.
Migration to IPv6 – Has Tomorrow Finally Arrived? John Curran ARIN President & CEO.
1 Axel Pawlik LACNIC IX, May 2006, Guatemala RIPE NCC Update.
Closing of the EIX WG. Closing of EIX WG Some concerns from the WG on charter of EIX EIX WG has been a great success Formation of Euro-IX and EPF Original.
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