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IPv6 Deployment Strategy in Malaysia (Government & Private Sectors) Rahmat Budiarto NAV6 CENTRE UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA APAN IPv6 Task Force Meeting.

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1 IPv6 Deployment Strategy in Malaysia (Government & Private Sectors) Rahmat Budiarto NAV6 CENTRE UNIVERSITI SAINS MALAYSIA APAN IPv6 Task Force Meeting August 2005, Howard Plaza Hotel Taipei

2 ContentsContents Malaysia’s Initiative (Government) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6) e-Government Network Malaysia’s Initiative (Privates) Existing IPv6 network

3 Malaysia’s Initiative MEWC has set-up the NATIONAL IPv6 COUNCIL and had first meeting in Dec Council Membership – MECW, EPU, MOF, MAMPU, MOSTI, MCMC, Main ISPs/IASPs (telcos & Jaring) Objective – to plan and implement IPv6 adoption in Malaysia Proposed Targets to be IPv6-enabled:- –ISPs/IASPs by 2006 –E-Government Network by 2008 –Malaysia by 2010

4 Malaysia’s Initiative The council has also proposed and set-up IPv6 Centre of Excellence (National Advanced V6 Centre– NAv6) in USM with the following objectives:- –To conduct and facilitate R&D in IPv6 –To endeavour to be the regional training centre for IPv6 professionals –To create awareness and promote IPv6 adoption in Malaysia –To consult, monitor and audit IPv6 adoption in Malaysia

5 ContentsContents Malaysia’s Initiative (Government) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6) e-Government Network Malaysia’s Initiative (Privates) Existing IPv6 network

6 NAv6 : External Structure Launched on March 18, 2005 Int’. Collaborators APAN, AI3, WIDE Project CNRS Institute … IND, INA, CHINA PHI V6 FORUM

7 NAv6NAv6

8 NAv6: Core R&D and Middleware Development The Core Research and Development program will strive to: –Enhance knowledge on IPv6 R&D –Facilitate active collaboration and consultation activities with various national and international bodies –Create new standards and advancement in IPv6 technology –Provide technical support and expertise

9 NAv6 Proposed R&D Projects

10 NAv6: Training and Human Resource The Training and Human Resource program will strive to: –Formulate and distribute IPv6 curriculum for institutions of higher learning (undergraduate level, postgraduate level & diploma level) –Develop and train IPv6 capable trainers and instructors. –Create a new industry and to vitalize industries in various fields of education and services. –Monitor and formulate a regional consultative body for policies and directions for IPv6 curriculum.

11 NAv6 : Awareness and Promotion The Awareness and Promotion program will strive to: –Create awareness upon local industries –Create awareness internationally –Create awareness in government and private sectors Workshops and seminars would be the main thrust in the IPv6 awareness and promotion campaign. The Training and Human Resource team will work closely with Awareness and Promotion team to ensure a standard idea is spread to the intended group.

12 NAv6 : Monitoring and Auditing The Monitoring and Auditing program will strive to: –Monitor the overall IPv6 development and deployment in Malaysia –Gather and analyze statistical information –Audit IPv6 network compliance

13 NAv6NAv6 NAV6 has taken the following initiatives:- Involved in preparing the National IPV6 Roadmap Presented Papers at the APEC Tel. Working Group and Asia-Pacific Telecommunity seminars on Malaysia’s IPV6 Program (Goa, India, July 2005) IPv6 Training Program for ISPs/IASPs (25-28 July 2005) Swinburne University of Technology (Sarawak) and other institutions have started to collaborate with NAV6 on IPV6 related projects Further R&D projects awaiting funds

14 NAv6: 2005 Plan Training Program for MinDef Staff (27-29 Sept. 2005) Malaysia IPv6 Summit (21-23 Nov. 2005)

15 ContentsContents Malaysia’s Initiative (Government) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6) e-Government Network Malaysia’s Initiative (Privates) Existing IPv6 network

16 e-Government Network SOME PROPOSED STRATEGIES TO BE STUDIED:- Couple the IPv6 address allocations together with the national broadband rollout. Broadband projects by Government to be V6-enabled like Schoolnet, MYREN and etc. Port the website for Government websites to have special sections just for those who are v6 enabled. This will encourage people to use IPv6 All large scale new government network projects be IPv6 compliant

17 e-Government Network SOME PROPOSED STRATEGIES ….(cont’d) All net schools be allocated IPv6 addresses and IPv6 compliant modems New local content development be IPv4/v6 dual stack ready, thus increasing local content and encouraging IPv6 Affordability - Very. Little cost to Government agencies and to telcos if proper planning is done.

18 e-Government Network Possible Action Plan for e-Government Network:- NAv6 to do an assessment study on the migration of e-Government Network to IPv6 under the supervision of MAMPU NAv6 could assist MAMPU in the implementation process, including IPv6 compliance audit NAv6 could assist MAMPU in issuing template provisions for ensuring IPv6-compliance in tender specs for procurement NAv6 to discuss with MAMPU and INTAN and prepare human capacity building plan for Government CIOs and System Admin Staff

19 ContentsContents Malaysia’s Initiative (Government) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6) e-Government Network Malaysia’s Initiative (Privates) Existing IPv6 network

20 Private/Commercial Networks NTT MSC been pioneering the IPv6 development locally since July –Launch Arcnet6 in September 2002 – first commercial services in Malaysia. My6 MTSFB (Malaysian Technical Standard Forum Berhad) –Industry established body to implement & manage communications self-regulations within Malaysia

21 ContentsContents Malaysia’s Initiative (Government) National Advanced IPv6 Centre (NAv6) e-Government Network Malaysia’s Initiative (Privates) Existing IPv6 network

22 IPv6 Network in Malaysia Research Networks –MANIS (2000) –NRG-IPv6-Exchange –MyREN (dual stack, by end of Sept. 2005) –NAv6/NRG- NTT-MSC Tunnel (currently) Commercial Network –My6

23 Malaysian Advanced Network Integrated System (MANIS) (2000) 6 Univ’s are peering with Manis to access to IPv6

24 NRG/USM Exchange (NRGXP) Keio Japan MANIS (IPv6 only) MEASAT2 NRG Exchange Fiber CS Network (IPv4 only) Tunnel NTU UPM TP JCSAT 3 TMNet (IPv4 Only) AI3 (IPv4 and IPv6) In Progress… MY Research Networks

25 Current My6 Network

26 My6 ‘Native’ IPv6 Hotspot Employing 6WIND Technology *IPv6 Routing *NAT-PT *IPv6 DNS Proxy *MIP6 My6 Wireless Hotspot Setup NAT-PT for IPv4 Internet connectivity IPv6 transit to the IPv6 Internet My6 IPv6 Initiative Integrated IPv4/IPv6 mechanisms

27 IPv6 IX Proposal R&E Network #1 R&E IX R&E Network #2 DigiNet Jaring/MIMOS MaxisNet Regional IPv6 IX #1 Regional IPv6 IX #2 NTT MSC TIMENet TMNet ● Proposed IX to be designed initially as a BGP4+ meshed tunneled topology. ● Migrate this to a full IX infrastructure setup eventually.

28 THANK YOU


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