I Pv 6 related update in Japan

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IPv6 related update in Japan
KatsuyukiHasebe
hasebe
@
nict.
g
o.
jp
@gjp
32nd
APAN Meeting New Delhi
About the exhaustion of IPv4 internet addresses

The
inventoryof
43billionIPv4addresses
heldbyIANAthebodyresponsiblefor

The

inventory

of

4
.
3

billion

IPv4

addresses

held

by

IANA
,
the

body

responsible

for

allocation of IP addresses around the world, was exhausted on February 3.
Both APNIC, which allocates IP addresses in the Asia-Pacific region, and JPNIC, which
allocates
IPaddressesinJapanhaveexhaustedtheirnormalinventoriesofIPv4
allocates

IP

addresses

in

Japan
,
have

exhausted

their

normal

inventories

of

IPv4

addresses as of April 15.
From now on, the maximum number of IPv4 addresses additionally or newly allocated to
businessesandotherapplicantsbyAPNICorJPNICwillbe1024addresseseach
19
20
120
IANA
_
Pool
APNIC

実績)
businesses

and

other

applicants

by

APNIC

or

JPNIC

will

be

1
,
024

addresses

each
.
Increasingdemand
A
PNIC
(
allocated
)
11
13
12
14
16
18
クの数
アフリカ
南米
80
100
_

実績)
Increasing

demand

particularly from the
Asia-Pacific region
blocks
Projection date:
February 3 2011
()
s
s blocks
Africa
SouthAmerica
4
7
4
5
9
11
10
9
8
7
6
8
10
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南米
アジア太平洋
欧州
北米
40
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er of address
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ber of addre
s
South

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Europe
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Asia-Pacific
1
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201
0
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Projected usage of common global inventory of IPv4
addresses
Allocation of IPv4 addresses by region
As at February 3
2011
2
Press release by MIC, Japan (15 April, 2011)
http://www.soumu.g
o.jp/main_sosiki/joh
otsusin/eng/Releas
< English >
Copyright © 2011 Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications All Rights Res
e
o
_
tsusin/eng/Releas
es/Telecommunicati
ons/110415_a.html
MIC/NICT’s effort for IPv6 introduction
1
PromotingIPv6
compatibleinternetconnectionservices
1
Promoting

IPv6
-
compatible

internet

connection

services
・MIC/NICTis encouraging ISP (internet service providers) and network providers to provide IPv6 services certainly after
exhaustion of IPv4 addresses.
・Most of major (nationwide) ISPs have already launched their IPv6 service. However, some small or medium (local) ISPs
htttdIP6it
h
ave no
t
s
t
ar
t
e
d

IP
v
6
serv
i
ce ye
t
.
(Example)
NTT-Communications, Softbank launched their IPv6 services a few years ago. KDDI started deployment of IPv6
addresses to their broadband users in this April, and expects to cover about 1.8 million users by the end of this summer.
NTTEastandNTTWestlaunchedIPv6servicesfromthisJune(IPv6
PPPoE
andIPv6
IPoE
)
NTT

East

and

NTT

West

launched

IPv6

services

from

this

June

(IPv6

PPPoE
and

IPv6

IPoE
)
.
2Promoting IPv6 introduction among the relevant organizations
・Based upon the principle that IPv6 should be introduced based upon the decision of individual related organizations, MIC is
idi(1)iiftiIP6fhifthltditi(2)dtitblf
prov
idi
ng
(1)
var
i
ous
i
n
f
orma
ti
on on
IP
v
6

f
or en
h
anc
i
ng awareness o
f

th
e re
l
a
t
e
d
organ
i
za
ti
ons,
(2)
propose
d

ti
me
t
a
bl
es
f
or
IPv6 introduction and (3) know-how or knowledge on IPv6 introduction.
・MIC organized a “Study Group on Internet’s Smooth Transition to IPv6” and published a report on June 2008.
・In order to promote IPv6introduction, the “Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan” which is a joint public-private
sectorbodywasestablishedinSeptember2008togetherwithallstakeholdersincludingMIC
/NICT/WIDE
sector

body

was

established

in

September

2008

together

with

all

stakeholders

including

MIC
/NICT/WIDE
.
3HRD for engineers and operators related to IPv6
・MIC/NICT/WIDEhas developed and operated a “testbed” which is useful for operators and other parties to get technology
orskillonIPv6operationandimplementation
or

skill

on

IPv6

operation

and

implementation
.
・MIC is also providing training programs such as technology seminars.
4Promoting advanced IPv6 use
・MIC is demonstrating the superiority of IPv6 as one of activities for promoting smooth and quick IPv6 introduction.
・For example, MIC (1) conducted “cloud environment trials” using IPv6 functionality to improve the efficiency of local
energy usage, and (2) is planning to develop a corresponding set of guidelines in conjunction with a private-sector taskforce.
Testbed for adapting IP version6
(FY2009‐2010)
360million
Yen(45milUSD)
inFY20092010
IPv6 TestbedCenter
(developed in 2 places;
Kawasaki and Osaka)
Develop a network which simulates the Internet to cultivate 
IPv6 network designers, administrators, operators, ...etc.
360
 
million
?
Yen
?
(4
.
5
 
mil
?
USD)
?
in
?
FY2009
,
2010
User
other testbeds
The 
Internet
NGN
地域ISP
地域ISP
Regional 
ISP
Th
e
 
Regional ISPs
S
User
(1)LargescaleIPv6networkoperation
corerouter
router
e
Internet
Vendors
S
ystem 
Integrators
(1)
 
Large
?
scale
?
IPv6
?
network
?
operation
core
?
router
firewall
switch
switch
servers
network  operating 
system
Local 
Governments
router for experiment
firewall for experiment
switch for experiment
(3) Interoperability testing of 
IPv6 equipment, service, …
(2) implement of IPv6 applications
FromOCT2011this
-Usersbring their own equipment into the center and connect it to the testbed.
-Through installation and operation, they achieve a skill for IPv6 network.
From
 
OCT
?
2011

this
?
testbedenvironment will  
be operated by NICT
Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan
(Sep 2008---)
Set up a Task Force to take coordinated actions among all stakeholders
Task Force on IPv4 Address Exhaustion, Japan launched in Sept. 2008
http://kokatsu.jp/
Members:
Internet Associations
IPv6 Promotion Council, Japanhttp://v6pc.jp/
Internet Association of Japan (IAjapan)http://www.iajapan.org/
Distributed IX Projecthttp://www.distix.net/
Japan Internet Providers Association http://www.jaipa.or.jp/
JPCERT Coordination Centerhttp://www.jpcert.or.jp/
Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC)http://www.nic.ad.jp/
Ja
p
an Network O
p
erators’ Grou
p

(
JANOG
)
htt
p
://www.
j
ano
g
.
g
r.
jp/
ppp()
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Japan Network Security Association (JNSA)http://www.jnsa.org/
Japan UNIX Users Society (jus)http://www.jus.or.jp/
Ja
p
an Re
g
istr
y
Services
(
JPRS
)
htt
p
://www.
jp
rs.co.
jp/
pgy()
pjpjp
WIDE Projecthttp://www.wide.ad.jp/
The Association for Promotion of Public Local Information and
Communication(APPLIC)http://www.applic.or.jp/
Members:
Telecommunications Associations
Telecom Services Associationhtt
p
://www.telesa.or.
jp/
pjp
Telecommunications Carriers Associationhttp://www.tca.or.jp/
Japan Cable and Telecommunications Associationhttp://www.catv-jcta.jp/
Japan Cable Laboratorieshttp://www.jlabs.or.jp/
Japan Data Communications Association (JADAC)http://www.dekyo.or.jp/
Japan Approval Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (JATE)
http://www.jate.or.jp/
Vendors Associations
Communications and Information network Association of Japan (CIAJ)
http://wwwciajorjp/
http://www
.
ciaj
.
or
.
jp/
Government
Ministr
y
of Internal Affairs and Communications
(
MIC
)
htt
p
://www.soumu.
g
o.
jp/
y()
pgjp
Action Plan: Network Area (ISP, iDCetc.)
Announced : February 2009
Revised :October 2009
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://www.kokatsu.
jp
/blo
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/i
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2009
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2011
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Ver. 2009.10
•Action Plan for Network Players (ISPs)
Revised : June 2010
Revised : October 2010
Revised (latest) : April 2011
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IANA Exhaustion
JPNIC Exhaustion

PredictedIANAexhaustiontime
Management decision
Business plan making, service planning
Management decision
Business plan making, service planning
P
o
li
cy
d
ra
fti
ng
Management judgment
Business planning
If the management decision is
delayedbyoneyeartheentireschedule

Predicted

IANA

exhaustion

time
Predicted RIRsexhaustion time △
△Start of IPv6 connection via NTT’s NGN

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Possible service
development period is 2
years. By using backward
scheduling, this is a
recommendedtimetostart.
(Testbed verification)
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JPNIC exhaustion date
is final deadline. IPv6
access services need to be
started, before the number
fIP6
ONLY
recommended

time

to

start.
Depending on the start of
the new financial year
typically 2Q in Japan, some
companies judge in 1Q.
qupet

pocueet,

syste

budg
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o
f

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v
6
-
ONLY
users
increase.

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㼍㼏㼏㼑㼟㼟㻌㼚㼑㼠㼣㼛㼞㼗㻚
Promotion of Cloud Environment Service
IPv6 Cloud Environment Service
8
-To collect, visualize and analyze environmental information (like energy supply and consumption, temperature and
humidity etc.), by using cloud technologyand by using IPv6 technology
-To provide environmental friendly network, equipment and function, based upon the above mentioned information
●環境クラウドサービスの実証実験イメージ
(典型的な3つのモデル)
(
1
)
MIC conducted “cloud environment trials
” from
Typical 3 model images of cloud 
environment trials
モデル

ビル群のエネルギーや
熱供給量の
管理・制御
ビル群
詳細なビル管理
情報に基づくエネ
ルギー
管理
()
2009.
(2)A WG on IPv6 Cloud Environment was
環境クラウド
established on March 2010.
(3) The WG announced the Interim Report on June
ビルオーナー
ビル管理事業者
エネルギー
供給業者
モデルB
都市における
多様な施設
の機器の管理
・制御
商業施設
宿泊施設
交通機関
多様な施設毎


ネルギ


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地域内のエネルギー
供給に
係る管理
分散型発電
EVインフラ
地域内の発電
設備等



2010. In the report, “a principle of guideline on
implementation and operation on IPv6 cloud
environment service
” was proposed.
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一般住宅
(個人

(多様な店舗)

ネサビス
のネルギ

費の特徴の違
い等を考慮した
エネルギー管理
環境クラウド
環境センサー
地方公共団体等
設備等



るエネルギー
供給管理
・・・
(4) The task force
on the cloud environment business
was established on January 2011.
施設所有者
店舗責任者
交通機関
管理者


ネサ

ビス
事業者等
一般住民
サイネージ
分散型発電者
エネルギー供給業者
Copyright © 2011 Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications All Rights Reserved.
(5) The guideline will be set soon.
ActivitiesinWorldIPv6Day
Activities

in

World

IPv6

Day
1. MIC, Japan
(1)MIC expressed its supports to World IPv6 Day activities with press release (2
June
)
.
)
(2)MIC website (http://www.soumu.go.jp) will be registered as "IPv6
Enabled Website". (MIC website has become IPv6 compatible since 2009.)
The situation of participations in the world
-Participating Website (
412
: IPv6 compatible site from the event)
http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/participants/
-Enabled Website (
753
: already IPv6 compatible before the
event)
http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/ipv6-enabled-websites/
2. “Biglobe”, “NTT Communications”,

Sony
”“
Yahoo!Japan

etcjointheevent
Sony
,
Yahoo!

Japan

etc
.
join

the

event
.
Press release by MIC, Japan (2 June)
http://www.soumu.go.jp/menu_news/
s-news/01kiban04_01000009.html
International Cooperation
CountryOrganizationJapanese-sideDate of MoU
signing
Taiwan
InteroperabilityandCertificationofNext
TaskForceonIPv4Address
28.October.2009
Taiwan
Interoperability

and

Certification

of

Next

Generation Internet Project, Taiwan
Task

Force

on

IPv4

Address

Exhaustion, Japan
28.October.2009
SingaporeSingARENIPv6 Promotion Council, Japan28.June.2010
ThailandIPv6 Forum Thailand, ThaiREN,
Thailand ISP Association,
Thailand Research Education Network
Aiti
IPv6 Promotion Council, Japan12.June.2010
A
ssoc
i
a
ti
on
IndiaTelecommunication Engineering CentreIPv6 Promotion Council, Japan1.October.2010
Malaysianav6 (National Advanced IPv6 Centre Of
Excellence)
IPv6 Promotion Council, Japan20.October.2010
Indonesia
IPv6
ForumIndonesia
IPv6PromotionCouncilJapan
22February2011
Indonesia
IPv6
Forum

Indonesia
IPv6

Promotion

Council
,
Japan
22
.
February
.
2011
LaosLao National Internet Center (LANIC)IPv6 Promotion Council, Japan
Under coordination
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PakistanPakistan IPv6 Task Force (Pkv6TF)IPv6 Promotion Council, Japan
Under coordination
Impact to Internet Users in Japan
<SbMICJ
>
<

S
urvey
b
y
MIC
,
J
apan (February ~ March, 2011)
>
< More than 80 %of ISPs>
a plan to maintain the price of their internet
service
to the users even if they provide IPv6
services as additional service
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Anycomments/questions?
Any

comments/questions?
Katsu
y
ukiHasebe
y
hasebe@nict.go.jp
Thank you very much for your kind attention!
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