Presentation on theme: "National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence"— Presentation transcript:
1 National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence IPv6 Malaysia - Government Movement & ImplementationNational Advanced IPv6 Centre of ExcellencePresented atPresented byProf. Dr. Sureswaran RamadassDirector National Advanced IPv6 (NAv6) Center,
2 Government Initiatives on IPv6 National IPv6 CouncilThe National IPv6 Council was established by MEWC in 2004Functions: To provide leadership, and strategic planning for IPv6 implementationMembers: MEWC, MOF, EPU, MAMPU, MOSTI, MCMC, and ISPsby 2006ISPsGovernment by 2008The country by 2010
3 Government Initiatives on IPv6 National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence (NAv6)Established in March 2005 by MEWCTo spearhead IPv6 activities in MalaysiaCore R&DTraining & HRDMonitoring & AuditAwareness & PromotionNAv6 Roles & Responsibilities
4 Current IPv6 Status in Malaysia IPv6 is identified as one of 8 key Infrastructure areas under MyICMS 886 strategyUnder the RMK-9 ( ) IPv6 is highlighted as one of 3 technologies that the Ministry of Energy Water and Communication (MEWC) will prioritiesMYREN, a national research education network has an IPv6 dual stack deployed linking 12 Universities and research centers
5 Government Initiatives on IPv6 IPv6 is identified as one of 8 key Infrastructure areas under MyICMS 886 strategyMyICMS886 Strategy
6 Government Initiatives on IPv6 Initiatives in RMK‐9MYREN Phase II: To encourage local R&D institutions and industry to collaborate with local and international research institutionsMigration from IPv4 to IPv6More efforts to improve information security to enhance confidentiality, integrity and availability of online information systemTechnology focus areas to be emphasized ‐semiconductors and microelectronics, IPv6, grid computing, language engineering and information security
7 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia The IPv6 Pilot Project was introduced in accordance with the National IPv6 Council’s vision of an IPv6-enabled Malaysia by 2010One of the major milestones is to ensure that government agencies are IPv6-enabled by 2008Two government agencies have been chosen to initiate the Pilot project, they are:The Pilot Projects will be pioneering the deployment of IPv6 in MalaysiaWill function as reference and guideline for IPv6 deployment and adoption, focusing on the Malaysian government agencies.Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications (KTAK)Malaysian Administration Modernization and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU)
8 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia IPv6 Pilot ProjectThe step by step approach was taken to ensure that the migration would be free of any technical glitches or security issues.The project comprise of 4 phasesThe IPv6 deployment was done in a gradual manner adopting several well recognized transition mechanismsDual-StackTunnelingTranslationIsolated deploymentExpanding the infrastructureProduction ImplementationCommercial Services
9 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia IPv6 Pilot Project ObjectivesEstablish basic IPv6 capability in network devices located at the peering points, backbone, and Center LAN backbones.Basic IPv6 capability is defined here as being able to transport and route in dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) mode, and that all devices that are configured in dual-stack mode must be able to interoperate with each other.
10 Areas of Focus for the Pilot Project IPv6 Deployment in MalaysiaAreas of Focus for the Pilot ProjectNetworking InfrastructureAddress PlanningInformation SecurityTransition MechanismsStandardsTrainingTestingCost of Transition
11 IPv6 & e-GovernmentGovernments agencies that uses PCN at Putrajaya
12 Pilot Project IPv6 Connectivity IPv6 tunnelCurrent IPv6 Connectivity for MEWC and MAMPU
13 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia Logical IPv6 Network Topology for the IPv6 Pilot ProjectTechnical view of the IPv6 connectivity USM to PCN
14 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia Snapshot of IPv6 traffic information monitored using iNetmonServers, security & routing devices installed at MAMPU
15 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia One of many networking equipments being configured during Phase-3 implementationWork done by NAv6 Engineers
16 IPv6 Deployment in Malaysia Project Problems & ConsiderationsAvailable Budget & TimeGathering accurate informationDevices with hardwired addressesImportant architecture devices that are not, and will never be, IPv6 capable (RFID time management)Variance across the agency in capabilities as budget becomes available
17 The Steps ForwardPorting of Commercial e-Government Applications Sollutionse-HealthCareSolutione-Educatione-TransportationE-Tradinge-Telecommunicationse-UtilitySecurity Solutione-Homelande-Taxatione-Land & Propertye-LibraryPeople HubEstablishmentHubVehicleIndustryApplication Services / Product & ApplicationsSession ServicesLanguage TranslationAuthentication/SecurityData IntegrationForms GeneratorE-Payment GatewayReport ManagementSystemContent Management SystemDocument Management SystemWorkflow SystemDirectory Servicese-Government Infrastructure SolutionCommercial e-Government Application being considered to include IPv6 capabilities
18 The Steps ForwardIPv6 deployment throughout the Putrayaja Campus Network.IPv6 has been integrated as critical requirements for the network overhaul project.IPv6 deployment for other government agencies.Key agencies have been identified and IPv6 deployment timelines had been made availableParticipating agencies include:SUK SelangorMalaka StateMinistry of Financeand more..
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