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3
rd
IPv
6
Task Force Meeting
IPv
6
Strategy
CITC
November
18
th
,
2008
Agenda

Recap of Previous Task Force Meetings

Objective of Meeting

Previous Studies’ Findings

IPv
6
Current State Assessment

IPv
6
Countries Benchmark Study

IPv
6
International Organizations and Bodies

IPv
6
Strategy Development Methodology

IPv
6
Proposed Strategy

Objectives

Strategy Tracks

Milestones & Timeline

Questions and Discussions

What is Next?

Recommendations
2
Recap of Previous Meetings
3

Kick
-
off meeting of the National IPv
6
Task Force (
30
, July
2008
)

2
nd Task Force meeting (
21
, September
2008
)

Attendants: CITC, STC, ITC,
Mobily
, KACST and
Bayanat

Presentation of the CITC IPv
6
Subproject to FBPs

Preliminary Findings of the IPv
6
Current State Assessment
Study

Presentation on the initial draft and elements of the IPv
6
Strategy

Questions and Discussions
Previous Studies Findings
IPv6 Current State Assessment
4
IPv6 Current State Assessment
5
Available
Free Space
RIRs
LIRs
ISPs
End Users
IPv
4
Address Delegation Hierarchy
RIRs Geographical
Scope
August
2008
:
88
LIRs in KSA
(Source: RIPE NCC)
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
6
Total IPv
4
Space Distribution
As of June
2008
(
256
/
8
Blocks)
35
Unavailable Blocks:
Experimental(
16
),Multicast(
16
), ,Loopback(
1
),Local
Identification(
1
),Private
Use(
1
)
91
Blocks
distributed
by
central registry
before
1998
94 Blocks
allocated by
IANA to RIRs
Only
36
free
unallocated
blocks at
IANA
Source: Number Resource Organization (NRO) and IANA
http://www.nro.net/statistics/index.html
IPv
4
Address Space Status
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
7
IPv
4
Depletion Predictions at IANA and RIRs
Source:
“The IPv
4
Address Report”
By Geoff Huston
http://www.potaroo.net/tools/ipv
4
/
As of Nov.
2008
:
Projected Depletion date at IANA:
February
2011
Projected Depletion date at RIRs:
March
2012
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
IANA Depletion
Feb.
2011
RIRs Depletion
March 2012
Today
Today
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
8
2
.
17
Million IPv
4
Addresses

July
2008
73
% Advertised
0
.
08
IPv
4
Address Per Capita
(Source:
http://resources.potaroo.net/iso
3166
/v
4
cc.html
)
IPv
4
Status Locally
IPv
6
Status:
Only:
KACST (
2001
:
1490
::/
32
)
&
STC (
2001
:
16
a
0
::/
32
)
(Source: RIPE NCC)
Date
Size
LIR
Date
Size
LIR
20080625
/14
STC
20050428
/16
Bayanat
20050209
/15
Arabic Com. Sys
20050905
/16
STC
20060523
/15
Nesma
20061208
/16
STC
20080131
/15
STC
20070719
/16
AL Faisaliah
19990128
/16
KACST
20071228
/16
Ettihad Etisalat
20030820
/16
Orbitnet
20080218
/16
Ogertel
49152
270336
307200
348416
372992
482560
633088
1003520
1387008
1687552
2177280
0
500000
1000000
1500000
2000000
2500000
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
IPv
4
Cumulative Status KSA
As of July
2008
-
RIPE
NCC
Biggest IPv
4
Allocations
/
14
block equates to
262
,
144
IPs
/
15
block equates to
131
,
072
IPs
/
16
block equates to
65
,
536
IPs
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
9
0
500000
1000000
1500000
2000000
2500000
3000000
3500000
4000000
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Pre
-
Depletion
Phase
< Oct. 2010
Depletion Phase
Oct.
2010

Oct.
2011
Post
-
Depletion
Phase
> Oct.
2011
KSA Allocation Forecast:
2008
-
2012
Linear Regression based on past data from:
2004
-
2008
.
Assumptions: Same growth, no acceleration/deceleration
Actual IPv
4
Allocation
Status
Linear Forecast
of IPv
4
Allocation
(
2012
)
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
10
S
-
curve trend of Internet Penetration of KSA (Internet Service Development Phase I
Project) along with IPv4 address allocation forecast for 2008
-
2012
Actual IPv
4
Allocation Status
Linear Forecast of
IPv
4
Allocation
(
2012
)
S
-
Curve Trend
KSA Internet
Penetration
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
-
Methodology
11
Questionnaires

Questions Covered:

Infrastructure IPv
6
Status

IPv
6
Addressing

Business case and
economic drivers

IPv
6
Knowledge
and Training

Participation in IPv
6
bodies
Workshop with
FBPs

Presentation of
the CITC IPv
6
Project

Discussions and
Questions

Preliminary
feedback
ISD Phase I
Findings

Findings related
to:

KSA Internet
Infrastructure

Consumer
findings and
internet growth
CITC Devoteam
Discussions

Periodic
meetings and
discussions to
steer and align
the different
inputs
FBPs
Assessment
Other Stakeholders
Assessment
Methodology
ISPs, Enterprise
Questionnaires
SaudiNIC .sa cc TLD
Direct
Meetings with the
DNS experts
SW/HW Vendors
Information
from official
online homepages
Methodology for FBPs
IPv
6
Current State Assessment
-
FBPs
12
Question
Results
Question
Results
Level
of
IPv6 Knowledge
2 In
-
Depth
2 Medium
1
Basic
Inclusion
of IPv6
compliance in SW/HW
Procurement
1
Yes
3 No
1 Partly
IPv6 Addressing Status
Only 2 out of 5:
KACST
(advertised) &
STC (not advertised)
IPv6 Training Plans
1 Yes Ongoing
2
Near Future (2008
-
2010)
2 No Plans
IPv6 Upstream Status
1 Yes (KACST)
4
No
Economic
Drivers and
Value Added to Business
2 Yes
3 No
Assessment
IPv6 Peering Readiness
1 Yes (KACST)
4
No
Critical
to Future Business
Activity
1 Not
Critical
4
No Assessment
OS
Support for IPv6
2 Partly
2 Supported but feature not
enabled
1 No assessment
Most Important Obstacle
towards IPv6 Deployment
All:
No
Market Demand
Applications Support for
IPv6
2 Partly
3 No assessment
Membership
in
IPv6
Bodies, WGs or Forums
5 No
Plans to offer connectivity
for end users
1 ongoing,
1
already available,
1 no plans
1
near future initiation (2008
-
9
-
10),
1
dist. Fut. >2011
Willingness to participate
in the National IPv6 Task
Force
3 Active Participation
2 Only
Attendance
Questionnaires were sent to 8 FBPs and KACST. Four (4) FBPs and KACST answered.
IPv
6
Current State Assessment

Other Stakeholders
13
Stakeholder
Status
Assessment
ISPs
and Enterprise
No interest
Only
3
/
62
ISPs answered
Questionnaires
No Consideration for IPv
6
No Future Plans
No
IPv
6
Addressing
-
Not ready
SaudiNIC
cc
.sa TLD Registry
No
IPv
6
Transport
Support
yet
The
necessary
software
and
process
changes
to
add
IPv
6
Glue
Records
into
the
DNS
zone
have
been
implemented
in
July/August
2008
already
-
Not Fully Compliant
-
Work is Ongoing
SW/HW Vendors
Major
vendors are
already shipping IPv6
within their products
-
Major Vendors are
ready
Assessment of other stakeholders: ISPs, Enterprise, .sa ccTLD Registry (SaudiNIC), SW/HW Vendors
Previous Studies Findings
IPv
6
Countries Benchmark
14
IPv
6
Countries Benchmark (Methodology)
15
Research Worldwide
IPv
6
Deployment
Countries
Selection
Countries
Assessment
Lessons
Learned
Resources

Global IPv
6
Forum
Contacts

National IPv
6
Forum
Chapters Worldwide

ICT Ministries and
Regulators Official
Websites

National Internet
Registries

ICANN, IANA, RIRs

Worldwide IPv
6
Summits, Conferences
and Seminars

ITU, OECD

Geoff Huston Online
IPv
4
/IPv
6
Reports
Selection Criteria

Criticality of IPv4
Exhaustion

Maturity

Governance

Three Classes of
Countries

Established
: Japan,
Korea, Taiwan, China

Recent
: USA, India,
Malaysia

Just Started
: Australia,
Thailand, Hong Kong,
Germany
Assessment Criteria

Governmental Initiatives

Commercial Offerings

Promotional and
Awareness Activities

R&D and Technical
Activities

Extract Lessons Learned
Categories of Lessons

Regulatory

Commercial

Promotional

R&D, Technical
IPv
6
Countries Benchmark (Lessons Learned)
16
Lesson
Learned
Impact
Lesson
Learned
Impact
Role of IPv6 Plans Owner
Promoter
and Facilitator: All
Countries, raise awareness and
encourage deployment
Enforcer: USA, only to Federal
Agencies
e
-
Gov adoption of IPv6
Creates demand
for IPv6 and
drives stakeholders dealing with
e
-
Gov to adapt IPv6
Inclusion of IPv6 into major
ICT initiatives
Including IPv6 into major ICT
initiatives is the fastest and most
efficient way of promoting IPv6
IPv6 Test Beds
IPv6
R&D, R&E Networks
Chance for stakeholders to
connect, build IPv6 technical
experience, train staff and try
equipment without endangering
their production networks
IPv6 Specific Initiatives and
Promotion Plans
Specifically
targets IPv6
deployment instead of being a
part of a greater plan as
mentioned above
IPv6 into Procurement
Policies
Creates
demand for IPv6 capable
SW/HW
Inclusion of IPv6 Compliance
into the normal IT Cycle of
Stakeholders
Minimizes
risks and costs of a
sudden migration and thus
insuring a “smooth” adoption
of IPv6
Training and HR
IPv6 training is essential to
nurture the needed IPv6 technical
personnel and expertise.
IPv6 expertise is rare
National IPv6 Task Force
Gathers different stakeholders,
solidifies efforts, serves as an
IPv6 knowledge platform,
establishes contacts with
international IPv6 organizations
such as the IPv6 Forum
IPv6 R&D Funding
R&D funding would foster know
-
how expertise and help
establish
the needed IPv6 expertise (in
addition to training)
Previous Studies Findings
IPv
6
International Bodies and Organizations
17
IPv
6
International Organizations and Bodies
18
Standardization

IETF

ISOC

Others
Address
Management

ICANN

IANA

RIRs

Others
Awareness &
Promotional

IPv
6
Forum

IPv
6
Portal

MENOG

AP IPv
6
TF

Others
R&D

Deployment
Projects

6
Net

SixXS

Others
Assessment
Recommendations
to join/follow up
Assessment
Criteria

IPv6 Role

Membership
Structure

Geographical
Scope

Relevance to KSA
Recommendations
Examples

Join RIPE IPv
6
Mailing List

Join IETF IPv
6
WG Mailing List

Attend RIPE NCC
Meeting Oct.
2008
Organizations and Bodies Categories
Proposed IPv6 Strategy
19
IPv6 Strategy Development Methodology
20
IPv
6
Current
State
Assessment
IPv
6
Countries
Benchmark
IPv
6
International
Bodies and
Organizations
Findings,
Conclusions and
Recommendations
IPv
6
Proposed
Strategy
CITC Devoteam
Internal
Discussions
The Methodology for developing the IPv
6
Proposed Strategy made use of inputs from the IPv
6
current state assessment, the benchmark study and the international organizations and bodies study
Proposed Objectives &Strategy Tracks
21
Strategy Objectives

Prepare
for
the
IPv
4
exhaustion
by
supporting
IPv
6
and
ensure
stability,
business
continuity
and
room
for
continued
growth
of
the
internet
in
Saudi
Arabia

Ensure
a
smooth
adaption
of
IPv
6
by
stakeholders
so
as
to
minimize
risks

Raise
overall
IPv
6
awareness
nationwide
by
approaching
stakeholders
of
both
the
public
and
private
sectors
highlighting
the
necessecity
to
adopt
IPv
6
Infrastructure

Five (
5
) Initiatives:

IPv
6
Addressing

IPv
6
Commercial
Support for
Nation Wide
Infrastructure

.SA ccTLD IPv
6
Compliance

IPv
6
Compliant
Internet Filtering

IPv
6
Lab
Awareness

Five (
5
) Initiatives:

IPv
6
Task Force

Outreach
Activities

International
Cooperation

IPv
6
Training

IPv
6
Compliant
Procurement
Strategy Tracks
Infrastructure Track
IPv
6
Addressing
22
Only two (2) LIRs have
acquired IPv6 address
blocks from RIPE NCC:
1. KACST:
2001:1490::/32
06/2003
Advertised
2. STC:
2001:16a0::/32
12/2003
Not
-
Advertised
Source:
RIPE NCC
IANA
RIPE NCC
LIRs
ISPs, End Users
IPv
6
Address Delegation
Service Providers to
decide IPv
6
Address
blocks size based on
their future needs
If the service provider is
not an LIR, it should
request IPv
6
addressing
from its upstream
provider
Currently no IPv
6
Provider Independent
(PI) Addressing in RIPE
Region
The objective of this initiative is for Service Providers to acquire IPv
6
Address Blocks
Important Points
Local IPv
6
Address Status
Infrastructure Track
IPv
6
Commercial Support for Nationwide Infrastructure
IPv
6
Internet
FBP
2
IGWs
ISPs
23
The
objective
of
this
initiative
is
for
Service
Providers
to
provide
commercial
IPv
6
services
through
:
-
FBPs
to
implement
IPv
6
in
their
Networks
-
FBPs
to
acquire
IPv
6
Upstream
Service
-
FBPs
to
Implement
IPv
6
in
Future
Peering
-
FBPs
to
implement
IPv
6
in
their
applications/services
FBPs support
for IPv
6
is
essential for
regular ISPs
to connect to
the IPv
6
internet
ISPs
ISPs
ISPs
ISPs
ISPs
Upstream
International
SPs

Outside KSA
FBP
1
IGWs
FBP
3
IGWs
Regular ISPs
Infrastructure Track
.SA ccTLD IPv
6
Compliance
.SA ccTLD
IPv
6
Capable
IPv
6
.SA
Internet
Content
FBPs,
ISPs
Local
End Users
Step
1
.SA IPv
6
Content
Request
Step
2
Request
IPv
6
Address
Step
3
Reply with
IPv
6
Address
Step
4
.SA IPv
6
Content
Request
Step
5
Receive
IPv
6
.SA
Page
Step
6
Deliver
IPv
6
.SA
Page
24
The objective of this initiative is for SaudiNIC to prepare the .sa cc TLD to be IPv
6
ready
Infrastructure Track
IPv
6
Compliant Internet Filtering
25
The objective of this initiative is
for Service Providers to implement
IPv
6
Internet Filtering by realizing
both of an:
-
IPv
6
Ready WWW Content Filter
-
IPv
6
Ready Access Lists Filter
FBPs
IPv
6
Internet
ISPs, Local
End Users
IPv
6
WWW
Content
Filter
IPv
6
Access List
Filter
Infrastructure Track
IPv
6
Lab
IPv
6
Test Lab
FBPs,
ISPs,
IPv
6
Labs, etc
-
Open for FBPs/ISPs
to connect
-
IPv
6
Upstream
Connectivity
-
Build IPv
6
Experience
-
Disseminate and
Publish Experience
Online
IPv
6
Upstream
26
The objective of this initiative is for Service Providers to connect to IPv
6
Lab and build IPv
6
Experience
Awareness Track
IPv
6
Task Force Establishment
Raise
Awareness

IPv
6
Workshops

IPv
6
Summits

Liaison with IPv
6
Forum
Gather
Stakeholders

FBPs

ISPs

Government Sector and
Ministries

Private Sector

Academy
Encourage
Deployment

Repository of IPv
6
Knowledge

Dissemination of IPv
6
Experience

Policies, Procedures and
Guidelines
27
The objective of this initiative is to establish an IPv
6
Task Force that will own and drive the National IPv
6
Strategy.

CITC

STC

Mobily

Bayanat

ITC

Atheeb

KACST

ZAIN

Devoteam
IPv
6
Task Force Scope of Activities
IPv
6
Task Force Members
Awareness Track
Outreach Activities
Media
IPv
6
TF
Website
International
Dissemination
28
The objective of this initiative is for raise awareness of all stakeholders to encourage the deployment
of IPv
6
nationwide.
Newspapers
TVs
Online Media
Outlets
Publish Plans, IPv
6
Knowledge,
Announce Events
and other Activities
Liaison with Global
IPv
6
Forum,
Regional Forums and
International events
IPv
6
policies,
procedures
guidelines and other
IPv
6
knowledge
Awareness Track
International Cooperation
RIPE

IPv
6
Address
Policy Mailing
List

IPv
6
WG
IETF

IETF v
6
Operators
mailing list
MENOG

MENOG
Mailing List
APNIC
&
APRICOT
29
IPv
6
Forum
Regional
Forums
Asia
Pacific
TF
-
UAE
-
Egypt
-
Tunisia
Technical Cooperation
Non
-
Technical Cooperation
The objective of this initiative is share IPv
6
experience with international IPv
6
bodies and establish
Saudi Arabia’s presence in relevant IPv
6
international organizations
Awareness Track
IPv
6
Training
IPv
6
Task
Force
Service
Providers
Universities
Colleges
Training
Institutions
-
Work with universities,
colleges and commercial training
institutions to bring IPv
6
to their
curriculum
-
IPv
6
Training Plan contents to
be developed
-
Very important to make sure
IPv
6
skilled engineers are
available in
2011
when IPv
4
runs
out and IPv
6
will become
unavoidable
30
The objective of this initiative is to enhance the training curricula and programs to cover IPv
6
Awareness Track
IPv
6
Compliant Procurement
Vendors
Supply/Demand
Of
IPv
6
Capable Equipment
31
IPv
6
Compliant
IT Procurement
Policies
The objective of this initiative is to highlight the importance that stakeholders include IPv
6
compliance in SW/HW procurement
FBPs
e
-
Gov
ISPs
Enterprise
All Stakeholders
Milestones & Timeline
Milestone
Why?
Suggested Date
Alternative
IPv6 at
ONE
FBPs
Essential and Enough to start offering IPv6 to
ISPs and End Users
Early 2009
Universal Service Provider Act

STC
to offer IPv6 Connectivity
by Mid
-
2009
IPv6
Task Force Saudi Arabia
Essential to
raise awareness and encourage
deployment
End of 2008
Already Established
Establish an
IPv6 Lab
Establish
and Disseminate practical IPv6
Experience
End of 2008
Installation on track
IPv6 National Event
Raise awareness
and encourage the IPv6
deployment
Early 2009
Preliminary Agendas and
tentative date (Feb
9,
2009)
IPv6 at
Multiple
FBPs
Important
for ISPs and End Users to have more
than one Choice
End of 2009
CITC Legislative Measure
and/or Financial Incentives
IPv6 Compliant.SA ccTLD
Registry
Essential to run IPv6
-
only hosts or an IPv6
-
only infrastructure
End of 2009
Regulatory measures and/or
“Universal Services Fund” to
hire experts to implement
DNSv6
(mid
-
2010)
Commercial IPv6 Services
available from Five (5) ISPs
More choices to end users
End of 2010
Regulatory measures and/or
“Universal Services Fund” to
help ISPs adopt IPv6
32
2008
2009
2010
2011
IPv
6
Task
Force
Establishment
IPv
6
Lab
IPv
6
Support at
Multiple FBPs
IPv
6
Compliant
.sa cc TLD
Commercial
IPv
6
Services
at Five (
5
)
ISPs
IPv
6
available
at one FBP
IPv
6
National
Event
Questions and Discussions

Feedback on Strategy

Finalization of Proposed IPv
6
Strategy
33
What is
Next?

IPv
6 4
th
Task Force Meeting (Jan
2009
)

Sponsorship Volunteers for the Meeting are Welcomed!!

Tentative Agenda:

Technical Presentation

Break

FBPs to present
5
minutes updates on their IPv
6
activities

Discussions

Q&A

Propose Topics to be Discussed
34
What is
Next?

IPv
6
National Event (Tentative Feb
9
,
2009
)

Tentative date:
1
Day event

Agenda to be distributed soon

Invite Local Stakeholders: Service Providers,
Governmental Sector and Ministries, Private Sector,
Academia and others

Invite local, regional and international IPv
6
groups and
experts

Event to cover awareness IPv
6
topics
35
What is Next?

Documents to be Finalized and Distributed:

IPv
6
Status Quo and Readiness Assessment

IPv
6
International Countries Benchmark

IPv
6
International Bodies and Organizations

IPv
6
Strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

IPv
6
Policies, Procedures and Guidelines
36
Recommendations
and Actions

FBPs to Commit to the IPv
6
Strategy and Speed Up IPv
6
Deployment

FBPs to Acquire Needed IPv
4
Address Space

FBPs to Actively Participate in IPv
6
Task Force Activities

4
th
Task Force Meeting (Jan
2009
)

IPv
6
National Event (Feb
2009
)

FBPs to Support IPv
6
in Infrastructure

Start Acquiring IPv
6
Address Space

Networks, Services and Applications

IPv
6
Internet Filtering (WWW Content
-
Access List Filtering)

DNSv
6

Connect to future IPv
6
Test Lab

IPv
6
Task Force to Meet with the e
-
Gov Program (
Yesser
)
and Address the Importance of IPv
6
Adoption
37
IPv
6
Strategy for KSA

Thank You!
38