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Title: IPv6 workshop TWING 2003


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IPv6 workshopTWING 2003
Internet for Everything IPv6 is the answer!
  • ???
  • chianan_at_twnic.net.tw
  • TWNIC

2
Speakers Short bio
  • Chia-Nan Hsieh (???)
  • chianan_at_twnic.net.tw
  • M.S. in Telecom. Engr. (UMCP)
  • Current position
  • Engineer, TWNIC
  • Product Manager, National IPv6 Development
    Deployment Program
  • Co-Chair, APNIC NIR SIG
  • Experience
  • Network Engineer, University of Maryland

3
  • WHY IPv6?

4
Ethernet 30 ????
  • Ethernet and TCP/IP were both invented in Palo
    Alto during the summer of 1973, the CSMA/CD LAN
    Ethernet at Xerox Parc and TCP/IP WAN Internet at
    Stanford. 
  • Ethernet has evolved from 2.94Mbps over shared
    coaxial cable, to 100Mbps over switched twisted
    pairs, to 100Gbps over fibers, to 11Mbps over
    radio at 2.4GHz, and beyond. 
  • Meanwhile, TCP/IP has evolved to IPv4, where it
    has been sitting for too long. 
  • Time for IPv6!
  • Bob Metcalfe

5
Internet for Everything
  • No longer just Internet for Everyone
  • Peer to peer between any pair of devices, not
    just people on computers
  • appliances, automobiles, buildings, cameras,
    control units, embedded systems, home networks,
    medical devices, mobile devices, monitors, output
    devices, phones, robots, sensors, switches, VPNs
  • No more NAT (fog on the Internet)
  • Eventually, every device will be connected to the
    Internet
  • and every device will need an address
  • Internet for Everything!
  • Paul Wilson
  • Director General of APNIC

6
IP on Everything
7
??? Internet
Smart phone
E-Book
PDA
Handset
?
?
Laptop
?
Tablet PC
Desktop
8
??? Internet
Car
watch
freezer
wearable PC
desk lamp
picture frame
microwave
phone
PS2
Gas Meter
healthcare
Remote-monitoring
???
aircon
9
?? IPv6 ????
IPv6 ??? (??) . ?????????? . ?????????? .
???????, ???????? . ?????, ??????
10
IPv4???
  • IP ??????,?????????
  • NAT ????
  • ??????
  • ???????,??????
  • ??????? (Auto-configuration)
  • ?? IP ??????? (IPSEC)
  • ????????? (QoS)
  • .

11
IP ????????
  • TCP/IP ? 1973???,IPv4 ?1981 ??? RFC (791)
  • 1985, ?? 1/16
  • 1990, ?? 1/8
  • 1995, ?? 1/3
  • 2000, ?? 1/2
  • 2003, ?? 2/3
  • IPv4 ????
  • ??? 2324,294,967,296 (42?)
  • ??? 2.5 ? (RFC3194, 2001)

2008
12
?????? IP ?????
13
????????
  • IP ????????????
  • 2003/3 IANA ??? 31 /8 ??(75-80? /8)
  • 2002/9 ??? 35 (???? 4 )
  • ?? 12 ???
  • ???? IP,
  • ? 72 ? /8
  • ?? 10 ???..

14
???? - ??????????
15
NAT???
  • ??1000????70??NAT
  • ??
  • NAT ?????????
  • NAT ????????? (????????)
  • NAT ?? QoS?Security ???????
  • NAT ??????????????(content sharing, distributed
    computing, on-line gaming)
  • NAT ?????????? (e.g. NAT???????????)

16
???????
  • BGP Statistics focusing on the Asia Pacific
    Region
  • Routing Table Report 0400 10GMT Mon 02 Jun,
    2003
  • Analysis Summary
  • ----------------
  • BGP routing table entries examined 125504
  • Prefixes after maximum aggregation 78740
  • Unique aggregates announced to
    Internet 59216
  • Total ASes present in the Internet Routing
    Table 15264
  • Origin-only ASes present in the Internet Routing
    Table 13228
  • Origin ASes announcing only one prefix 5992
  • Transit ASes present in the Internet Routing
    Table 2036

/10 /20 /30 /40 /50 /60 /70 /818
/95 /108 /1113 /1252 /1398 /14254 /15466 /167413
/171679 /182976 /198434 /208477 /216139 /229041 /2310639 /2469277
/25156 /26206 /2754 /2832 /2921 /3021 /310 /3225
Source bgp-stats_at_lists.apnic.net
17
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??CIDR
Source Apnic
18
IPv6 ???
  • ???????
  • 128 ??
  • (2128 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,76
    8,211,456)
  • ????????????
  • ???????
  • ??????,????????
  • ??????(header)??
  • ????????
  • ????(auto-configuration) ??
  • ???????
  • ???QoS??

19
IPv4?IPv6???
IPv4 IPv6
Address length 32 bits 128 bits
IPSec support Optional Required
QoS support Some Better
Fragmentation Hosts and routers Hosts only
Checksum in header Yes No
Options in header Yes No (Extension Header)
Link-layer address resolution ARP (broadcast) Multicast Neighbor
Multicast membership IGMP Multicast Listener
Router Discovery Optional Required
Uses broadcasts Yes No
Configuration Manual, DHCP Automatic, DHCP
DNS name queries Uses A records Uses AAAA
DNS reverse queries Uses IN-ADDR.ARPA Uses IP6.INT
20
  • Prime Minister of Japan
  • IPv6 Transition by 2005
  • 2001???? 80 ???
  • Sony
  • In 2005, all Sony products will be IPv6-enabled
  • ?????
  • 2003?10??????????,?????IPv6???
  • ??
  • ??? 2001 ??????? IPv6
  • 839???(USD83M)??
  • EU Commission
  • ??????????????IPv6
  • ??????1.56??? 

21
  • IPv6 in Taiwan

22
TW IPv6 Promotion Bodies
  • NICI IPv6 Steering Committee
  • Established by NICI in Nov.2001
  • (NICI National Information and Communications
    Initiative Committee )
  • Proposed National IPv6 Development and
    Deployment Program, now a part of e-Taiwan
    project
  • IPv6 Forum Taiwan
  • Established by TWNIC and ITRI in Apr.2002
  • Aims to improve market/industry and user
    awareness of IPv6
  • IPv6 Industrial RD Alliance
  • Accton, D-Link, ASKEY, ADMTek, Z-Com, Loop..

23
IPv6 Forum Taiwan
  • IPv6 Forum Taiwan Journal (Bi-annual)
  • Taiwan IPv6 Portal Site
  • www.ipv6.org.tw
  • News, Articles,
  • Discussion Boards,
  • Referencesetc.
  • International Cooperation
  • Coop Meetings
  • With JP in 2002, 2003
  • With KR in 2003 (July.5.2003)
  • Agreement and MoU
  • IPv6 Promotion Council (signed)
  • Eurov6 Project (signed)
  • IPv6 Forum Korea (expected)

24
IPv6 in e-Taiwan Project
  • e-Taiwan Project
  • 36 billion NTD (about 1 billion USD) allocated
  • Holds the key to the success of Challenge 2008
    the 6-year National Development Plan
  • http//www.nici.nat.gov.tw
  • 5 integral parts
  • e-Infrastructure
  • Broadband networks will be fully installed with
    implementation of IPv6 and wireless LAN
    environment
  • Ez Life
  • e-Industry
  • e-Government
  • e-Transportation

25
IPv6 Deployment Development Program
  • A 5-year project (2003-2007)
  • Proposed by NICI IPv6 Steering Committee
  • Missions
  • To help public Internet infrastructure upgrading
    to IPv6
  • To integrate existing IPv6 resources and efforts
    from the government, industry, and research
    institutes
  • To enhance competitiveness of local industry
  • USD1,700,000 allocated
  • for 2003
  • www.proj.ipv6.org.tw

26
IPv6 Address Allocations Status
Source APNIC, Jun 2003
Government began to push
27
IPv6 ???
  • Security
  • No Universally Trusted PKI
  • IPSEC implementation is complex
  • QoS
  • Communication between Qos Internet non-QoS
    Internet
  • Standards
  • Need more work on Mobile IP, Multicast..
  • ROI (Return of Investment)
  • Not able to generate revenue at present
  • Unexpected social impact

28
  • Questions?
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