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Title: North American Task Force Update

North American Task Force Update
  • IPv6 Forum Congress, February 21, 2006, geof

North American Task Force Update
IPv6 In North America
North American Task Force Update
  • Steering Committee
  • Recent Developments Deployment, Opportunities
  • Projects Moon v6, MetroNet6
  • Sub-Chapters
  • Events
  • Summary

North American Task Force Update
  • Steering Committee
  • Jim Bound - Chair
  • geof lambert - Vice Chair and Projects Director
  • Latif Ladid - Vice Chair and Marketing Director
  • Yurie Rich - Vice Chair and Business Director
  • Yanick Pouffary - Technology Director
  • Tony Hain - Technology Director
  • Dave Green - Technology Director
  • Renee Esposito - Network Information Assurance
  • Ben Schultz - Network Deployment Advisor

North American Task Force Update
  • Steering Committee, Cont
  • John Loughney - Network Mobility Advisor
  • John Brzozowski - Network Systems Integration
  • Yves Poppe - Network Telecommunications/Provider
  • Tim Chown - Network Applications Advisor
  • Larry Levine - Network Emergency Response Advisor
  • Joya Subudhi - Public Relations Advisor
  • Vint Cerf - Advisory Council
  • Jessica Little - Advisory Council
  • Rick Summerhill - Advisory Council
  • Marc Blanchet - Advisory Council

North American Task Force Update
  • Recent Developments
  • Progress with the US Federal Government
  • Jim Bound has worked diligently with Office of
    Management and Budget.
  • OMB issued letter on August 2, 2005 setting June
    2008 as the date all US Federal Agencies must be
    using IPv6.
  • US Department of Commerce as released a very
    comprehensive IPv6 Final Report at this address
  • http//

North American Task Force Update
  • Recent Developments, Cont
  • National Telecommunications and Information
    Administration has set up an infrastructure for
    federal departments and agencies to request IPv6
    addresses and has set up a working group to
    further assist in the transition.
  • The NTIA working group will address the following

North American Task Force Update
  • Working group will address
  • How agencies should incorporate IPv6 into their
    enterprise architectures and strategic plans.
  • Talk about the technical details of how to
    develop a transition plan.
  • How to set up governance of IPv6 implementation.
  • Procurement and acquisition issues.

North American Task Force Update
  • NAv6TF Projects, Moonv6
  • An international project led by the North
    American IPv6 Task Force (NAv6TF) to execute
    deployment testing of IPv6 technology
  • Jointly implemented by commercial service
    providers, UNH-IOL, Government organizations,
    academic entities and network equipment vendors.
  • Test items are determined by network operation
    requirements of the US Government Agencies and
    commercial service providers.

North American Task Force Update
  • Moonv6, Cont
  • Proof of concept testing demonstrated IPv6 in
    action on multiple levels
  • Basic Host functionality
  • IPv6 Multicast/Unicast Routing protocols
  • Basic network applications (Telnet, ICMP, HTTP,
  • Multicast/Unicast Streaming across commercial
  • Service Provider networks
  • Firewall testing
  • IPsec testing using IKEv1
  • QoS demonstration
  • VOIP demonstration
  • Mobility demonstration

North American Task Force Update
  • The interoperability focus will be on
  • Application Demonstration
  • Finding new applications to demonstrate
  • Working with large service providers
  • Include additional providers such as internet
    exchanges, long distance carriers, MSOs and other
  • Security
  • Network-level firewall demonstration
  • Firewall capability demonstration
  • Mobility
  • Network-level mobility demonstration
  • Transition Mechanisms

North American Task Force Update
  • Projects, MetroNet6
  • Overview A required technology capability
    within the U.S. for Home Land Security is network
    communications between multiple forces 24x7x365
    for prevention of an attack, at the point of
    engagement during a 911 event, and the ability
    for those forces to be commanded at any point in
    time in an Ad Hoc manner. This requires the
    integration of multiple technologies, 911
    communications platforms, and access to an
    Internet Infrastructure within Home Land Security
    geography, and to the Office of Home Land
    Security in Washington D..C. The technology
    capability should support multiple simultaneous
    events engaged across the U.S. geography from a
    single command control selected by the National
    Homeland Security Office.

North American Task Force Update
  • MetroNet6, Cont
  • IPv6 is the core technology to build a MetroNet6
    communications network, but requires other
    technologies to be integrated, below is an
    overview of the core technology integral
    components that require analysis
  • Mobile IPv6 routing which permits MetroNet6 nodes
    to connect and re-connect while moving across the
    MetroNet6 infrastructure, and any Ad Hoc
    Sub-Networks joining the MetroNet6.
  • Large Scale network formation of new Ad Hoc
    Sub-Networks to join MetroNet6.
  • Security using a Public Key Infrastructure at the
    IPv6 layer that supports an absolute trust model
    between two peers on the MetroNet6, Ad Hoc
    Sub-Networks, or to National Homeland Security
  • Integration of Homeland Security applications
    required for 911 operations and MetroNet6 forces.
  • Network Management of MetroNet6 operations and
    security infrastructure.

North American Task Force Update
  • Projects, MetroNet6, Cont
  • The project is in the process of building a
    prototype MetroNet6 in the State of California
    beginning in Sacramento, with communications
    city-to-city with Palo Alto. In addition,
    state-to-state MetroNet6 network communications
    would be part of the project. For city-to-city
    and state-to-state communications the current
    NAv6TF Moonv6 project can provide
    an IPv6 native backbone peering network to be

North American Task Force Update
  • NAv6TF Sub-chapters
  • California IPv6 Task Force
  • MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force

MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force
North American Task Force Update
  • California IPv6 Task Force
  • Chair, geof lambert
  • Vice Chair, Jim Bound
  • Projects Director, George Usi

North American Task Force Update
  • California IPv6 Task Force, Cont
  • MetroNet6 project
  • Supporting International Conference on
    Networking and Services
  • July 16th to 18th, San Jose, California
  • California IPv6 Technology Conference
  • May 17th 18th, Sacramento, California
  • In conjunction with GovTech West 2006

North American Task Force Update
  • MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force
  • Chair, John Brzozowski
  • Area of coverage
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Delaware
  • Maryland
  • New Jersey
  • District of Columbia

MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force
North American Task Force Update
  • IPv6
  • IN

MidAtlantic IPv6 Task Force
North American Task Force Update