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1 1 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / IPv6 Transition Solutions for 3GPP Networks draft-wiljakka-3gpp-ipv6-transition-01.txt Juha Wiljakka, Nokia v6ops Interim meeting, Sunnyvale, CA, USA

2 2 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / GPRS scenario 1 The most extensive scenario. Dual stack UE: both stacks can be simultaneously active. Managing the IPv4 address pool is a challenge. Use of private IPv4 addresses means use of NATs. Tunneling can be made in the UE if needed (in the case the GGSN does not support IPv6 Access Points). 1. Dual stack UE connecting to IPv4 and IPv6 nodes IPv6 PDP context GGSN IPv4 PDP context IPv4 network IPv6 network (Peer) Node UE 2G / 3G mobile network Edge Router IP (Peer) Node

3 3 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / GPRS scenarios 2 and 3 “IPv4 in IPv6” (static or dynamic) tunneling in the network The scenario is not considered very likely in 3GPP networks. 3. IPv4 UE connecting to IPv4 node through an IPv6 network IPv4 network GGSN IPv6 network (Peer) Node UE 2G / 3G mobile network Edge Router IP ”IPv4 in IPv6” tunnel IPv4 PDP context IPv4 network Making the ”IPv6 in IPv4” tunneling in the network. Tunneling can be static or dynamic. Compare with 6bone. 2. IPv6 UE connecting to IPv6 node through an IPv4 network IPv6 PDP context GGSN IPv6 network (Peer) Node UE 2G / 3G mobile network Edge Router IP ”IPv6 in IPv4” tunnel

4 4 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / GPRS scenarios 4 and 5 5. IPv4 UE connecting to an IPv6 node GGSN IPv4 PDP context UE 2G / 3G mobile network Edge Router IP Trans- lator IPv6 network (Peer) Node Translation is needed, because the UE and the peer node do not share the same IP version. NAT-PT has certain problems. 4. IPv6 UE connecting to an IPv4 node IPv6 PDP context GGSN IPv4 network / Internet (Peer) Node UE 2G / 3G mobile network Edge Router IP Trans- lator

5 5 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / IMS scenarios 1 and 2 UE has IPv6 connection to the IMS and from IMS to an IPv4 node. Translation needed in two levels: SIP and SDP in an ALG. User data traffic at IP level. This is a challenging case. Closely related to GPRS scenario 2. Connection of two IPv6-only IMS islands has to be made over IPv4 network. Compare with 6bone. 1. UE connecting to a node in an IPv4 network through IMS 2. Two IMS islands connected via an IPv4 network (Static) ”IPv6 in IPv4” tunnel IPv4 network UE 2G / 3G mobile network IMS (IPv6-only) GGSN IPv4 network UE 2G / 3G mobile network IMS (IPv6-only) GGSN P-CSCF S-CSCF Trans- lator ALG Edge Router (Peer) Node (Peer) Node

6 6 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / IPv4/IPv6 issues related to SIP IMS scenario 1 is challenging due to two levels of translation: SIP / SDP signalling (-> SIP ALG) User IP traffic (-> Translator, such as NAT-PT) In the proposed solution, SIP ALG translates SIP traffic, and also coordinates user IP traffic translation. E.g. setting up the IP addresses in the user traffic translator.

7 7 3gpp_trans / 09/02 / We are asking for your participation We appreciate comments and input from the people in the v6ops wg a lot. Please read the documents and give comments on the v6ops mailing list. Comments can also be sent directly to the document editor  Can this draft become a WG draft?


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