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1 Spanish IPv6 Observatory Carlos Ralli Ucendo Telefónica I+D Es.NOG May 10th 2010

2 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ________________________________________________________________ Agenda Why do we need such an “IPv6 Observatory”? Who are we? Which are our goals? What can we deliver?

3 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Why? Main facts pinpointing an IPv6 uptake IPv6 Momentum is strongly peaking back IPv6 native traffic shows relevant growth at main IXs Network Operators are reporting higher v6-encap. Traffic Key trials & actors announcements in Asia-Pacific, Europe & US. Lack of overall state of art & evolution in Spain Organizations actually & potentially holding different pieces of Information Key experts with high expertise & contacts on IPv6 initiatives Let’s build then up the whole puzzle together …

4 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IPv6 Momentum is peaking strongly these days. 10 years have been necessary to standardize & implement IPv6. RIRs announced IPv4 depletion & urge to migrate to IPv6. Consensus points out IPv6 as the only long-term scalable solution. “RIPE Community Resolution on IPv4 Depletion and Deployment of IPv6” (Oct 2007) “The remaining pool of unallocated IPv4 address space is likely to be fully allocated within two to four years” “While the existing IPv4 Internet will continue to function as it currently does, the deployment of IPv6 is necessary for the development of future IP networks.” “We recommend that service providers make their services available over IPv6. We urge those who will need significant new address resources to deploy IPv6.” Policy makers statements: “An unlimited source of Internet addresses to be on stream in Europe by 2010” (Commissioner Press release, May 27 th 2008).

5 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IPv6 native traffic shows relevant growth at AMS-IX. Source:

6 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Some key trials announced in Asia-Pacific, Europe & US. COMCAST Backoffice migration 2010 Large native & 6RD Trials COMCAST Backoffice migration 2010 Large native & 6RD Trials T-Mobile USA 2010 IPv6-only 3G Trials T-Mobile USA 2010 IPv6-only 3G Trials NTT 2010 Hikari TV native IPv6 service NTT 2010 Hikari TV native IPv6 service FREE - France RD Deployments FREE - France RD Deployments Google 2010 IPv6 support for WEBSearch, Mail, MAPs, etc Google 2010 IPv6 support for WEBSearch, Mail, MAPs, etc Youtube 2010 IPv6 support on Video Servers (Meant x10 Traffic growth!) Youtube 2010 IPv6 support on Video Servers (Meant x10 Traffic growth!) Limelight Networks (CDN) 2010 IPv6 support for content providers Limelight Networks (CDN) 2010 IPv6 support for content providers Sources: ISOC IPv6 Deployment day (April 22nd 2010, Seattle) & “Spanish IPv6 Observatory” meetings. SIFY - India 2010 IPv6 ISP SIFY - India 2010 IPv6 ISP ESPANIX 2010 Spanish Telcos are now able to exchange native traffic at the main LAN ESPANIX 2010 Spanish Telcos are now able to exchange native traffic at the main LAN

7 Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Who? IX Point Espanix Cristóbal López Academia Universidad Politécnica Catalunya Jordi Domingo Universidad Politécnica de MadridJuan Quemada, David Fdez Universidad de MurciaAntonio Skarmeta Universidad del País Vasco (UPV/EHU)Eduardo Jacob Universidad de Valencia Jose M. Femenia Telcos & Network Operators BTJuan Pedro Cerezo EuskaltelOctavio Alfageme RedirisTomás de Miguel, Esther Robles, Miguel A. Sotos Telefónica I+DCarlos Ralli VodafoneOscar Pantoja Bondis Joao Damas Brocade Julio Alba So far the following experts representing different roles on a volunteer basis: Soon we are welcoming vendors, consultants, content providers, public admin … Service Providers

8 To analyze: The environment (both EU and Global) Situation of all relevant players in Spain To discuss: Whether somebody else should be reported or asked Initiatives of common interest, strategies, alternatives … To Make information available on: Traffic statistics (EU & Spain). Potential cooperation with RIPE-Labs … Truly knowledge of the state-of-the-art Available trials & initiatives Challenges & Good practices Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Which main goals?

9 Observatory members agreed to launch a public site shaped as a Wiki: IPv4 and IPv6 accessible. Not reinventing the wheel once again (not another WEB with news, tools, etc.) Compiling conclusions drawn in the meetings (meeting reports). Focus on Monitoring data and initiatives/trials in Spain launched: RedIRIS is providing IPv6 native traffic in its network/connections. Telefónica I+D is developing a tool to show the actual number & evolution of IPv6 routes announced to Internet and v6-enabled BGP4 AS. Espanix announced v6 support in the main LAN & is studying to provide IPv6 aggregated traffic. Many other voluntary contributions under discussion … Additionally the members are promoting true knowledge: Avoid alarm messages or amplify depletion predictions. Organize discussions where information is shared and strategies are depicted. For instance, the “IPv6 transition: business impact & governance issues” this morning at EuroDIG 2010 event. Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ What we can deliver?

10 Check our monitoring tools, conclusions and actions on our wiki: (Work in progress) Thanks a lot on behalf the whole group!! Spanish IPv6 Observatory ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thanks!


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