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Copyright © 2007 Japan Network Information Center Distribution of the last piece IPv4 address block in APNIC region Japan Network Information Center Izumi Okutani APNIC25 Feb 2008 Taipei
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 1 Introduction This presentation discusses possible ways to distribute the last piece(s) of APNIC block to address issues at the time of IPv4 address exhaustion They are listed as very rough ideas and feedbacks for improvements or suggestions of a new method is welcome
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 2 Relation with prop-0057 Defining the distribution of the last piece of IANA block prop-0057 Defining the distribution of the last piece of APNIC block This presentation
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 3 Background Although IPv6 is available as an alternative address space after IPv4 exhaustion, majority of the Internet is still based on IPv4 As not all networks will switch to IPv6 immediately, ensuring access to IPv4 Internet remains important during the bridging period
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 4 Motivation of this discussion paper To consider ways to make an effective use of last piece(s) of APNICs address block to address this issue
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 5 Steps of Consideration List and classify target/function that uses IPv4 address space Consider what happens if further IPv4 is available for each function/target Discuss if there is a particular target/function which should be given the priority to receive IPv4 Efforts must be made to adopt alternative methods where it can be applied Consider policy that will fit the needs of the target NEXT STEP APNIC25
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 6 Functions that use IP Address TYPEENTITYFUNCTION NEwNEw ISPPool for subscribers Server NAT/Translater EndsiteServers NAT/Translator E X I S T ISPPool for subscribers Server NAT/Translator EndsiteServers NAT/Translator
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 7 Availability of Alternatives To Access IPv4 Internet TYPEENTITYFUNCTION RFC1918 IPv6Available IPv4 NEwNEw ISPPool for subscribers× Server××× NAT/Translater××× EndsiteServers××× NAT/Translator××× E X I S T ISPPool for subscribers Server×× NAT/Translator×× EndsiteServers×× NAT/Translator××
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 8 Observation I Pool for subscribers does not need assignment of global IPv4 address RFC1918 address or IPv6 address can be used and access to IPv4 Internet can be provided via NAT/Translator Servers and NAT/Translators of end sites have no means to communicate with IPv4 Internet without global IPv4 on its own, but if this may be possible if upstream provider provides translation service of some kind
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 9 Observation II Those with existing IPv4 address have means to make global IPv4 address available from assigned space by making efficient use AMAP It must be noted this has limits to a certain extent Functions with no alternative means whatsoever are Servers and NAT/Translators for new ISPs
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 10 Availability of Alternatives To Access IPv4 Internet TYPEENTITYFUNCTION RFC1918 IPv6Available IPv4 NEwNEw ISPPool for subscribers× Server××× NAT/Translater××× EndsiteServers××× NAT/Translator××× E X I S T ISPPool for subscribers Server×× NAT/Translator×× EndsiteServers×× NAT/Translator××
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 11 Point of Discussions How far should we consider the needs for IPv4 for each function? ModerateRestrict Allow all Servers and NAT/Translators Allow all NAT/Translators Allow Servers and NAT/Translators of new ISPs and endsites Allow NAT/Translators of new ISPs and endsites Allow Servers and NAT/Translators of new ISPs Allow NAT/Translators of new ISPs
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 12 Brainstorm of possible options Allowing Servers would be too wide? Almost all networks have servers Allowing all translators would be too wide? Number of endsites would still be very large on the Internet Translators for ISPs? New + Existing or only new? Can new networks function by only receiving address space for translators or require some buffer?
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 13 Next Step Consider the criteria which will best meet the target depending on discussions on focusing the target
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 14 Questions Do you feel such consideration is useful? Are there suggestions of improvements or other alternatives? Is there a particular function/target which you feel should be given a priority?
Copyright © 2008 Japan Network Information Center 15 Q&A
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