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IPv6 Operation and Plan sirokuma
Presentate … 1.Why we use sTLA (new Address Space)? 2.Status 3.Tommrow Agenda 4.Contributing Promotion of IPv6 in Asia
Why we use sTLA ? Current IPv6 Network –For Startup, and Try of the developping Ipv6 network with satellite links Top Level Aggregater –New, Larger, And Independent Address Space got from APNIC directly For More Address Space For flexible Routing To operate IPv6 Network in our own policy
In IPv4 AI3 (AS 4717) Partner (Own AS) Partner (Own AS) Partner (Own AS) WIDE (AS 2500) APAN (AS 2500) Own Address Space Flexible Routing using BGP Operating network in our own policy
AI3 IPv6 Network (now) Address Space –AI3 has 2001:200:0800::/40 –NLA1 from WIDE(2001:200::/32) WIDE AI3 P P P
AI3 IPv6 Network (now) The prefix short than /35 can t be annouce in BGP –RFC 2772 We can t annouce owr Prefix (2001:200:800::/40) –Can t connect with APAN and Other AS. WIDE AI3 P P P APAN AS /32 /40
WIDE(AS 2500) AI3 IPv6 Network (now) AI3 AS A part of the WIDE 6bone /32
Using sTLA Address Space –AI3 has 2001:0d30::/32 –Independent Address space ( Our Own ) AI3 Partners
Using sTLA AI3 (AS 4717) Other AS WIDE (AS 2500) APAN (AS 2500) AI3 performs as an AS in global IPv6 network /32
Using sTLA Flexible Routing with BGP is available –Redundancy, Priority, Policy AI3 (AS 4717) WIDE (AS 2500) APAN SFC Naist
Address Space Current NLA1 (2001:200:800::/40) –Many Try of the delegation way –Littele complicated –Littele address space for UDL sites In New Address Space –Simple delegation –Easy to operate –Enough address space for any sites / organizations
Policy Current Network –co-operate with WIDE is needed Routing DNS With own TLA –We are Independent –Operation depends on our own policy
Each Partners needs own TLA ? No, and It s may be Difficult –To get TLA, the AS must have many customers Difference about the design of IPv4 and IPv6 address space –IPv4 Many organization became AS for flexible routing They got Ipv4 addresses from IR, and each of them annouced their address space in BGP. –IPv6 Only The AS who has many customer (customer organization) can get the TLA Each Organization may get /48 form TLA. If the organization needs flexible routing, They must get another /48 from another TLA (Multi homing)
New IPv6 Network Topology AI3 (AS 4717) Partner WIDE AS 2500 APAN (AS 7660) Other TLA AI3(AS4717) includes All Organizations of us Flexible routing is achived by multihoming
Any Question and comments ? Next Status
Status (1) New Address space got from APNIC –2001:0D30::/32 The draft of Address assignment policy –http://sfc-cpu.ai3.net/v6/ DNS –Reverse Address DNS delegation from APNIC is finised
Status (2) External Connectivity –BGP peering of WIDE AI3 is finished We use WIDE as default transit AS –Planning to join NSPIXP6 NSPIXP6 is the testbed of IXP using IPv6 APAN Tokyo is a member NSPIXP6 There are other many ISPs. –Which one we connect with is not decided. –Possibility of connecting with more than 10 ASs
IPv6 Address Assignment policy (draft, /32 /48 /64 |RRRR|TTTT|I I I I |I I I I |SSSS|SSSS|SSSS|SSSS| RRRR : Reserved bits (4 bits) TTTT : Type ID(4 bits) –"0001" for ORG –"0000" for POP (Backbone is the special case of POP) I I I I : Index ID of ORG and POP (8 bits) SSSS : SLA ID (16 bits) –Used in site(POP, ORG), at his disposal.
Sample IPv6 Address Assignment(POP) SFC(Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus) 2001:0D30:0001::/48 NAIST(Nara Institute of Science and Technology) 2001:0D30:0002::/48 ITB(Institute Teknologi Bandung) 2001:0D30:0003::/48 AIT(Asian Institute of Technology) 2001:0D30:0004::/48 TP(Temasek Poly) 2001:0D30:0005::/48 USM(University of Science Malaysia) 2001:0D30:0006::/48 ASTI(Advanced Science and Technology Institute) 2001:0D30:0007::/48 IOIT(Institute ofInfomation Technology) 2001:0D30:0008::/48 UCL(University of Colombo) 2001:0D30:0009::/48 Myanmar(University of Computer Studies) 2001:0D30:000a::/48 Chulalongkorn(Chulalongkorn University) 2001:0D30:000b::/48 Laos(National University of Laos) 2001:0D30:000c::/48 AYF(Asian Youth Fellowship) 2001:0D30:000d::/48 UNSRAT(Sam Ratulangi University) 2001:0D30:000e::/48 UNIBRAW(Brawijaya University) 2001:0D30:000f::/48 UNHAS(Hasanuddin University) 2001:0D30:0010::/48
Sample IPv6 Address Assignment(ORG) SFC(Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus) 2001:0D30:0101::/48 NAIST(Nara Institute of Science and Technology) 2001:0D30:0102::/48 ITB(Institute Teknologi Bandung) 2001:0D30:0103::/48 AIT(Asian Institute of Technology) 2001:0D30:0104::/48 TP(Temasek Poly) 2001:0D30:0105::/48 USM(University of Science Malaysia) 2001:0D30:0106::/48 ASTI(Advanced Science and Technology Institute) 2001:0D30:0107::/48 IOIT(Institute of Infomation Technology) 2001:0D30:0108::/48 UCL(University of Colombo) 2001:0D30:0109::/48 Myanmar(University of Computer Studies) 2001:0D30:010c::/48 Chulalongkorn(Chulalongkorn University) 2001:0D30:010d::/48 Laos(National University of Laos) 2001:0D30:010e::/48 AYF(Asian Youth Fellowship) 2001:0D30:010f::/48 UNSRAT(Sam Ratulangi University) 2001:0D30:0110::/48 UNIBRAW(Brawijaya University) 2001:0D30:0111::/48 UNHAS(Hasanuddin University) 2001:0D30:0112::/48
New IPv6 Network Topology AI3 Partner POP Partner POP Partner POP Partner POP Partner POP Partner ORG Partner POP Partner POP Partner POP Partner ORG Partner POP Partner ORG Partner ORG Partner ORG Partner ORG Partner ORG Partner ORG Partner ORG Other ORG Other ORG Other ORG Other ORG
Any Question and Comments ? NextTomorrow Agenda
Tomorrow Agenda Address Allocation Policy Renumbering plan Routing design –Between AI3 and Partners –OSPFv3 –BGP4+ Near topology with BGP confederation (but can t annouce /32 from non-AS4717 network) Activating IPv6 utilization –How to use ipv6 in common ?
How to connect with UDL Partners This agenda belongs to UDL-WG –Needs UDLR for IPv6 for connecting without IPv4 tunneling
Next, Contributing Promotion of IPv6 in Asia
Number of sTLA allocated by APNIC Developping of the IPv6 Testbed is not good proceeded, in many countries in Asia.
Contributing Promotion of IPv6 in Asia IPv6 will be important in Asia to use enough global addresses (in near future) AI3 has … –experience of Developping IPv6 Testbed –And New Large Address Space –And we will get full operational tecnology throught the operaiton of sTLA
Idea Providing Free IPv6 Connectivity for non- partner Organizations in Asia. –Using any current connectivity include IPv4 Tunneling Well browse capable IPv6 Network –Make our operation information Public in WWW Router infomation and configuration Network monitoring Address Allocation Security Server configuration External Connectivity
Image (sample) All AI3 Partners, and UDL Partners is connected by ipv6 in nature. Any organization is asia can get Ipv6 address and connect to our ipv6 network, with application –If there is domestic AI3 POP, they connect to that. –If ther is no domestic POPs, sfc will support them
Merit Any Organization in Asia can connect to global IPv6 network through AI3. And They can get the operational technology from real ipv6 network The active network whoes setting and operational policy can be browsed shall be a great reference for most peaple. It s useful. We can provide them, more than free IPv6 connectivity!
problem Security Issue –We must protect our network, from many peaple. –Many peaple will connect to internal of AI3 in IPv6 Bandwidth Problem –Let non-partner ORGs IPv6 test traffic not to press our commodity /experimental traffic
Tomorrow Agenda Address Allocation Policy Renumbering plan Routing design –Internal Connectivity –BGP4+/OSPFv3 Activating IPv6 utilization –How to use ipv6 in commodity ? + Our stance about contributing promotion of IPv6 in Asia