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1 Migration & Implementation Planning Trough Complex Network EDWIN PURWANDESI/TELKOM

2  Overview  Problems  Fishbone Analisis  Action Plan

3 ◦ Corporate Strategic Scenario TELKOM , refer to NGN implementation ◦ CONSULTING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BLUEPRINT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TELKOM’S NEXT GENERATION NETWORK (NGN), ACTIVITY 3.4, DELIVERABLE D2: Strategic policy for each and every subsystem as well as the total system (end-to-end) & DELIVERABLE D3: Policy on numbering system and implementation of access ◦ IPv4 exhaustion ◦ Would be exist: NATIVE IPv6 Internet Service Provider, local and international ◦ User needs of IPv6 application ◦ Entry point to mobile life style

4 TELKOM CSS Strategic Initiatives 9. Align Business Structure and Portfolio Management 10. Transforming Culture 3. Invest in Broadband 4. Integrate Enterprise Solutions 6. Expand into IT Services 7. Expand into Portal Business Grow New Wave Defend Traditional 1. Optimizing FWL Legacy 2. Align Cellular-FWA 8. Streamline subsidiary portfolio Delivering exceptional value to our customers Competitive Sustainable Growth Superior Value Creation Source : CSS TELKOM NGN as core implementasi CSS 5. Integrate NGN include IPv6

5  CONSULTING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BLUEPRINT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF TELKOM’S NEXT GENERATION NETWORK (NGN), ACTIVITY 3.4, DELIVERABLE D2: Strategic policy for each and every subsystem as well as the total system (end-to-end) & DELIVERABLE D3: Policy on numbering system and implementation of access NGN Implementation Main Items  IPv4 would be exhausted  The successor is IPv6 (called as IP-NG) 5.1 Existing IP address plan Version 4 of the Internet Protocol (IPv4) has been in wide use for the past 25 years, but it has outlasted its effective lifetime and is straining to keep up with the demands of today’s Internet. IPv6 is a natural evolution from IPv4 and attempts to address many of the older protocol’s shortcomings. IPv6 is designed to keep up with the rapid growth of the Internet. The core specifications have been standardized through the IETF’s IPng working group, and the NGtrans working group is studying issues surrounding the challenging task of smoothly transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6.  Must be framed in implementation/migration plan 5.2 IP address plan evolution Version 4 of the Internet Protocol (IPv4) has been widely used for the past 25 years, and it is now straining to keep up with the demands of today’s Internet. IPv6 is a natural evolution from IPv4 and attempts to address many of the older protocol’s shortcomings. The core specifications have been standardized through the IETF’s IPng working group, and the NGtrans working group is studying issues surrounding the challenging task of smoothly transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6.

6 Hitung Mundur IPv4

7 February 2004: 536 allocated prefixes February 2004:

8 IPv6 IPv4 IPv6 IPv4/IPv6 Router 6to4 Router IPv6 IPv4 IPv4 Router

9 Customer Oriented Mission  TELKOM is total solution provider  TELKOM is a Leader of Infokom Company  Competitiveness Customer needs  Astinet (telkom internet connection)  IP Transit  Google peering Live Event  World Ocean Conference Manado  APNIC IPv6 Conference, Jakarta

10 Mobile LiveStyle Era Mobile livestyle (wikipedia):  Digital live  Social Network  Personal Access Growth of personal access  Netbook/laptop  Handset  Console Game IP needs related to customer prediction  10% dari kastemer TELKOMSEL = 7,5 juta  1,76 juta kastemer TELKOM

11 Implementation design Success of IPv6 Implementasti on inTELKOM Policy Technology Organisation Customer Careness of Management Rules Vendor Support Compatibility of device/equipment Integration HR capability Customer needs Trial Executor assignment Consultant Reccomendation competitor Readiness

12 WhatWhyHowWhereWhenWho Device AssessmentTo assure all device could provide IPV6 service Joint session with vendors PO (DIVMEDIA,,INFRATEL, DTF) Task Force IPv6 installationSome devices unable to run IPv6 Upgrade, patches etc. PO (DIVMEDIA,,INFRATEL, DTF) Task force, Vendors IPv6 8IC checkTo assure all device ready for service Limited soft launching PO + DIVES2009Task Force, DIVES, Vendors RFS IPv6Launching of IPv6 TELKOM Services Proposed to new customer PO + DIVES DIVES

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