Presentation on theme: "IPv6 Resource Management System Project Update Bangkok, 4 March 2002."— Presentation transcript:
IPv6 Resource Management System Project Update Bangkok, 4 March 2002
Overview Project objective Project history APNIC activities APNIC system Core objects Database tables What next?
Project Objective To ensure a resource management system is put in place to support rapid IPv6 deployment in the region. To create a common system design within Asia Pacific region (APNIC and NIRs) for managing IPv6 address space.
Project History Yokohama, 7 December 2001 –Understand the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 allocation policies –Identify the common processes of allocating and assigning address space, viewed from both the registry (APNIC/NIR) and their members –Agreement to follow up with some system design proposals in Bangkok meeting
APNIC activities Defining systems architecture Develop some high level UML use- case and class diagrams Identify core objects Exercising database design Prototyping
APNIC system Core Objects Database Member InterfaceRegistry Interface APNIC hostmaster Member hostmaster MyAPNICAlloc Manager
What next ? More detailed system design discussion today 14:00-17:00, room Hospitality-5 Each registry should start to build a prototype based on todays system design consensus Use mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org to exchange email@example.com Next meeting (April/May?)