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Title: IPv6 Inactivity in Australia


1
IPv6 Inactivity in Australia
  • IPv6 Task Force Meeting APAN 21, Tokyo

2
First the bad news -(
  • No commercial ISP offering native IPv6 service
  • Hardly any user demand either
  • Even Universities arent rushing to deploy it
  • AARNet been focused on rolling out the AARNet3
    backbone (again)

3
Why?
  • Australia is swimming in IPv4 address space
  • Early Internet adopter
  • Universities have /16
  • Security consultants sold customer on NAT as
    security device
  • IPv6 support lacking at edge
  • DSLAM
  • Telephony
  • It costs money

4
Is there good news?
  • Department of Defence committed
  • But remember GOSIP
  • IPv6 Summit in Canberra last year
  • So some people talking about it
  • Apricot meeting in Perth
  • At least one ISP interested
  • But busy with ADSL2 rollout
  • AARNet3 is dual stack
  • Looking to deploy IPv6 multicast too
  • Some users of our broker service

5
Issues for AARNet
  • Traffic visibility
  • Netflow support
  • Could be used for DDOS
  • Some tools dont support IPv6 yet
  • We havent deployed our new name servers, web
    server etc

6
How can we move forward?
  • Need to be aware of procurement cycles
  • Encourage making IPv6 a requirement for new
    equipment tenders on par with IPv4
  • But it cant cost anything Juniper!
  • Need to encourage equipment vendors to get their
    act together
  • PIX now has IPv6 but not OSPF3
  • Need mainline ScreenOS build

7
No Killer app but …
  • End users just expect The Internet, dont care
    if its IPv4 or IPv6
  • They dont care about better network facilities
    but …
  • Access to something that is only accessible via
    IPv6 will make them demand IT departments fix
    it
  • Perhaps make IT departments fear that they will
    get asked to fix it

8
Help!
  • Any suggestions on how to drive deployment
    without government mandating it )

9
Thank You
  • Contact details
  • Mark Prior Chief Technology Officer AARNet mark.pr
    ior_at_aarnet.edu.au
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