Orissa on IPv6 Implementation in the State 22/09/2010

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National IPv6 Deployment
Roadmap

Implementation of Actionable Points thereof

by

State Governments


Ministry of Communications & IT

Department of Telecommunications

Contents

1.
Brief

on

Internet

Protocol

&

IP

Addresses

2.
Our

Country’s

need

for

IP

addresses


3.
Initiatives

by

Govt
.

and

activities

of

TEC

4.

Important

extracts

from

TEC

workshops

5.

“National

IPv
6

Deployment

Roadmap”

and

Actionable

Points

6.

IPv
6

Task

Force

Structure

&

functions


7.
Proposed

Ipv
6

Deployment

Plan

for

Govt
.

Deptts
.

8.
Suggested

Activities

by

State

Government

9.
Review

Meetings

by

DoT

10.
Questions/Queries


Preparing for Future Communications

12/12/2013

The

Internet

Architecture

is

based

on

the

Internet

Protocol

(IP)
.

This

protocol

connects

different

network

elements

like

router,

servers,

hosts,

computers,

Radio

Frequency

Identification

(RFID)

devices,

mobile

phones,

sensors

etc
.

This

protocol

specifies

that

each

device

should

have

a

unique

address

to

communicate

globally

with

other

devices

on

the

Network
.

This

address

is

known

as

the

“IP

Address”
.

Internet Protocol & IP Address

12/12/2013

4

ROLE OF IP ADDRESS ?

WHO

?

Identification

of

Parties

to

the

Communication

Transaction

WHERE ?

Determine

the

network

location

of

the

Identified

Party

HOW

?

Used

to

support

Routing

Decisions

IP Address

The

Internet

Protocol

(IP)

specifies

that

each

device

(
router,

servers,

hosts,

computers,

Radio

Frequency

Identification

devices

(RFID)

,

mobile

phones,

sensors

etc
.

)on

a

network

should

have

a

unique

address

to

communicate

globally

with

other

devices

on

the

Network
.


12/12/2013

IPV4 Address
(Present)

IPV6 Address
(Future)



Total

Addresses

=

2
^
32

=

4

billion



Some

addresses

are

reserved

for

special

purposes

like

private

networks

or

multicast

addresses
.

However

practicall

only

250

million

addresses

are

usable
.

Total Addresses = 2^128 = 340 billion,
billion, billion, billion

Where do IP addresses come from?

Standards

Allocation

Allocation

Assignment

En
d
use
r

Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)

distribute IPv4 and IPv6 addresses

to the Internet community


RIRs maintain accurate registration of

Internet resource usage for the community

Why our country needs
adequate IP Addresses ?

Estimated Addresses
(millions)

20 million
Broadband connections by 2010

20

2,50,000 village
panchayats

on high speed Broadband
connectivity by 2012.

2.5

Currently

more

than

150

million

mobile

data

customers

and

with

3
G

&

BWA

services

it

is

expected

that

at

least

25
%

will

migrate

and

need

permanent

IP

addresses

within

a

year

37.5

National Knowledge Network (NKN)


1500 colleges and
universities, IP address to each student

5

E
-
governance
Infrastucture



centre and States

Financial Markets
Infrastucture

UIDAI Project

Organizational Networks, Public Servers, Websites

65 million
*

*

Immediate

Requirement

within

a

year,

which

is

expected

to

increase

rapidly



9


Next

Generation

Networks

(NGN)



All

types

of

Communication

devices

in

4
G

scenario



For

expanding

the

country’s

e
-
governance

infrastructure



Organizational Networks, Public servers and
websites etc.

Adequate IP Addresses for the following

9

ALL Communication Networks and Devices
will need IP Addresses

Country

Country Code

Addresses(million)

Per Capita

United States

US

1474.319

5.297

China

CN

194.425

0.152

Japan

JP

153.327

1.210

European Union

EU

114.103

-

Germany

DE

85.300

1.038

Canada

CA

76.197

2.446

South Korea

KR

72.239

1.542

United Kingdom

GB

70.795

1.187

France

FR

68.385

1.155

Australia

AU

37.378

1.979

Italy

IT

32.344

0.561

Brazil

BR

29.755

0.175

Russian Federation

RU

24.919

0.170

Taiwan

TW

24.681

1.109

Spain

ES

22.065

0.559

Mexico

MX

21.503

0.217

Netherlands

NL

21.249

1.339

Sweden

SE

18.998

2.144

India

IN

18.312

0.018

http://www.bgpexpert.com/addressespercountry.php

12/12/2013

10

IPv4 Consumption: Projection

11

Expected IANA Pool Depletion
-

October 2011

Expected RIR Pool Depletion
-

August 2012

Current Availability = 16 blocks (of /8 addresses) = 268 million for whole world

Consumption ~ 2 blocks / month

Only 18.5 million IPv4 addresses for a
population of 1.2 billion in India.



But

the

requirement

for

IP

addresses

will

keep

increasing

with

new

services,

new

networks,

new

applications
.



Telecommunications

will

be

largest

consumer

of

IP

addresses

in

coming

years

(Broadband,

3
G,

NGN,

4
G,

LTE

etc
.
)



IPv
4

is

a

diminishing

resource

and

is

very

costly

compared

to

IPv
6

right

now

and

will

be

more

costlier

with

passage

of

time


IPv6 is the only solution !

12

12

Solution ?

How IPv6 will help ?


Large

Address

Space



128
-
bit

addressing

scheme,

practically

unlimited

addresses

to

connect

every

possible

device


End

to

End

Communication



Useful

from

Security

angle

since

every

device

on

the

network

can

be

traced,

not

possible

in

IPv
4

due

to

NAT

(Network

Address

Translation)


Improved

Security

using

IPSec



Mandatory

implementation

in

IPv
6

ensures

that

all

transmission

is

secured



Support

for

4
G,

NGN



IP

is

mandatory

in

4
G

technologies

like

LTE

and

NGN

implementations,

so

IPv
6

is

only

option


IP

Mobility



Cellular

telephony

like

features

in

IP

networks

is

possible



new

“Greenfield

Applications”

possible

Initiatives by Government

Various issues on IPv6 were deliberated
at different levels in DoT, DIT,TRAI and
other Stakeholders during previous years
based on which Telecom Commission in
2009 entrusted TEC for IPv6 related
activities in addition to others

IPv6 Activities of TEC

12/12/2013


Training

Programme

with

APNIC,

Australia

(
25
-
26
th

Nov

2009
,

Mumbai)


MoU

with

the

IPV
6

Forum

for

IPv
6

Activities

in

India


International

Summit

with

IPv
6

Forum

(
15
-
16
th

Dec

2009
,

New

Delhi)


Appointment

of

Nodal

Officers

in

Central

&

State

Govt
.

Departments

for

IPv
6

Deployment

Sr

No.

Date

Venue

Theme

1

21
st

July 2009

New Delhi

Migration from IPv4 to

IPv6 in India

2

15
th

Sept
2009

Bangalore

IPv6 Transition and Greenfield Applications in India

3

22
nd

October

2009

Chennai

IPv6

as a New Platform for Innovation

4

27
th

Nov 2009

Mumbai

IPv6: New opportunities for the Country

5

22
nd

Jan

2010

Kolkata

IPv6

Migration Timeframe by Consensus or
Mandate

These workshops were well

attended by more than 1000 participants involving all
telecom service providers, manufacturers, industry associations, industries, govt.
departments, educational institutions (IITs,
IISc

etc.)



Workshops conducted by TEC

Some Important Extracts from Workshops


Suitable

policy

framework

by

Govt
.

for

smooth

Transition
.


Specific

deadlines

for

Transition


Creation

of

IPv
6

Task

Force

and

working

Groups


More

Training

and

awareness

activities



Guidance

to

SME

service

providers

and

organizations

on

implementing

IPv
6


Govt
.

departments

should

take

IP
-
based

services

from

only

IPv
6

ready

ISPs

after

a

certain

period

of

time



Promoting

Pilot

projects

in


Greenfield

Applications


17

Few Suggested Applications for Pilot projects using IPv6

Logistics

and

Supply

Chain


Intelligent

Transport

System


Rural

Emergency

Healthcare

System


Tele
-
medicine


Tele
-
education


Smartgrids


Smart

Buildings

(Many

more

such

applications

are

available)

Different Ministries, Government Departments and Organizations in Private Sector
can come forward to Work on these and similar Pilot Projects.

18

Based on various IPv6 activities and discussions with stakeholders a
need for a suitable policy was felt for timely implementation of IPv6 in
the country. Accordingly TEC has prepared the “
National IPv6
Deployment Roadmap
”, which has been approved by the
Government and has been released by Hon’ble MOC&IT in July 2010.

Actionable Points of
“National IPv6 Deployment Roadmap”


1.
All

major

Service

providers

(having

at

least

10
,
000

internet

customers

or

STM
-
1

bandwidth)

will

target

to

handle

IPv
6

traffic

and

offer

IPv
6

services

by

December
-
2011
.


2.
All

central

and

State

government

ministries

and

departments,

including

its

PSUs,

shall

start

using

IPv
6

services

by

March
-
2012
.


3.
Formation

of

the

IPv
6

Task

Force

with

the

proposed

structure
.


IPv6 Task Force

The Task Force will broadly have the following units



1.
Working

Groups

(

9

)

2.
Steering

Committee

(
1
)

3.
Oversight

Committee

(
1
)

Functions of Different Working Groups

WG
-
1

(Training

and

Awareness

for

~

250
,
000

persons)


Hands
-
on

trainings

in

association

with

APNIC,

IISc

and

other

organizations


IPv
6

Certification

programmes

for

qualified

engineers


Trainings

for

nodal

officers

from

government


Conducting

Workshops,

seminars

and

conferences

WG
-
2

(IPv
6

Network

Implementation)


Studying

the

different

network

scenarios

and

make

action

plans

for

individual

service

providers

/

organizations
.


WG
-
3

(IPv
6

Standards

and

Specifications)


Coordinate

with

TEC

for

development

of

common

IPv
6

specifications

for

the

country,

which

will

be

followed

by

all

stakeholders
.


Functions of Different Working Groups


WG
-
4

(India
6

Network)


To

study,

plan

and

prepare

a

project

report

for

building

a

nationwide

IPv
6

Carrier

Network

called

“Transition

Pipe”,

which

will

be

entrusted

to

one

of

the

operators





WG
-
5

(Experimental

IPv
6

Network)


Study,

plan

and

prepare

to

build

this

network,

which

can

then

be

used

for

experimentation

by

different

vendors

and

organizations

both

from

the

public

and

the

private

sector
.


Functions of Different Working Groups


WG
-
6

(Pilot

Projects

on

“Greenfield

Applications”)


Prepare

Plans,

project

reports,

funding

models

and

coordinate

with

different

government

and

service

providers

to

take

up

the

deployment

of

such

pilot

projects

to

demonstrate

the

IPv
6

capabilities

WG
-
7

(Application

Support)


Facilitate

the

transition

of

existing

content

and

applications

and

development

of

new

content

and

applications

on

IPv
6
.

WG
-
8

(Knowledge

Resource

Development)


To

ensure

active

participation

of

the

educational

institutes



Involved

in

the

change

of

curriculum

to

include

study

of

IPv
6

as

a

subject
.

Functions of Different Working Groups


WG
-
9 (IPv6 Implementation in Government)



Coordinate

with

different

state

Governments

&

central

Government

departments

for

implementation

of

IPv
6



Guidance

on

solving

problems

related

to

implementation

of

IPv
6



Members

will

be

drawn

from

Experts

in

the

field

&

nodal

officers

in

various

government

departments

for

active

participation

Sr.No
.

Name of the Working Group

Proposed Lead Service Provider /
Organization

1.

Training and Awareness WG

2.

IPv6
Network Implementation
WG

3.

Standards and Specifications
Working Group

4..

India6 Network WG

5.

Experimental
IPv6 Network
WG

6.

Pilot Project WG

7.

Applications support WG

8.

Knowledge Resource
Development Working Group

9.

IPv6 Implementation in the
Government Working Group

Proposed Lead Organizations for Working Groups

Note: Each working Group will be headed by a Lead Organization

Stakeholders in IPv6 Deployment


DoT/TEC


DIT (NIC, NIXI, ERNET etc.)


Different Government Departments (Central & State)


Industry Associations (COAI , AUSPI ,CMAI, TEMA, ISPAI
etc.)


All telecom and internet service providers


Cable TV Industry representatives


Educational Institutions (IITs, IISc, NIITs etc.)


IPv6 Forum, IPTV Forum etc.


Equipment Vendors


Content Providers


Software vendors

29

Proposed IPv6
Deployment Plan for
Government
Departments

The

following

activities

are

required

to

be

carried

out

by

the

different

government

departments

for

migrating

to

IPv
6

by


March

2012
-



Policy

development


Decision

Making


Service

Planning


Workforce

Training


Decision

on

plan


Design

and

Technology

verification


Equipment

Selection


Equipment

procurement

and

system

building


Operation

and

maintenance

System

preparation


Launching

of

Services

IPv6 Deployment in Govt. Departments

Suggested Activities to be taken up by Govt. Departments

Sr. No.

Activity

Proposed
Target
Date

1.

Appointment of State Nodal Officer

31.8.2010

2.

Circulation

of

letters,

guidelines,

checklist

etc
.

to

all

ministries

/

organizations

/

educational

institutions

/

PSUs

etc
.

and

orders


on

appointment

of

departmental

nodal

officers

to

all

Departments

15.9.2010


3.

Appointment of Next level Departmental Nodal Officers

30.9.2010

4.

Form

a

“State

Transition

Team”

consisting

of

concerned

officers

&

experts

from

stakeholders

like

service

provider,

vendors,

software

developers

etc
.
)

for

giving

technical

advice

and

look

into

issues

concerned

with

transition

to

IPv
6


31.10.2010

5.

Call

a

meeting

of

all

ministries,

organizations,

educational

institutions,

PSUs

etc
.

and

discuss

the

following

issues



a)
Instructions

issued

by

DoT

b)
Checklists

issued

by

TEC

c)
Annexure

‘A’

&

‘B’

of

Roadmap

d)
Preparation

of

equipment

reports

30.11.2010



Suggested Activities to be taken up by Govt. Departments

Sr.
No.

Activity

Proposed
Target Date

6.

Reports

preparations

based

on

activities

in

Sr
.

No
.

5

31.12.2010

7.


Audit

of

Equipment

Reports

by

other

Agency

15.01.2011

8.

Based

on

the

Equipment

Audit

Reports,

prepare

an

Equipment

replacement

plan

to

phase

out

non
-
compliant

hardware

and

software
.

Assistance

may

be

taken

from

“State

Transition

Team”

15.02.2011


9.

Based on

the replacement plan, prepare a
procurement plan for different ministries /
departments

15.03.2011


10.



Identify

persons

for

IPv
6

training

and

send

them

on

training

(Parallel

Activity)

A continuous
process

Suggested Activities to be taken up by Govt. Departments

Sr. No.

Activity

Proposed
Target Date

11.

Float

tenders

for

procurement

of

hardware

and

software

as

per

the

plans

15.04.2011

12.

IPv
6

Address

Allocation

Policy

30.06.2011


13.

Set

up

a

pilot

test

network

either

centrally

or

in

each

department

for

testing

and

training

31.07.2011

14.

Equipment

Procurement

and

deployment

in

the

network

31.10.2011

15.

Testing

of

hardware

and

software

and

migration

of

applications

28.02.2012

16.

Launch

of

IPv
6

Services

31.03.2012

Preliminary Checklist for Migration from IPv4 to IPv6 in India
(Annexure
-
A)


Nodal

officers

to

take

up

the

creation

of

transition

teams



Auditing

of

Computers

and

Networking

Equipments

in

the


Organization



Auditing

of

Operating

Systems

and

Application

software


for

IPv
6

capabilities



Ensure

that

all

new

equipment

purchases

will

be

IPv
6


compliant



Transition

and

procurement

plan

for

phased

replacement


of

non

compliant

hardware

and

software
.



Preparation of transition plan in consultation with service

providers



Service providers giving internet and leased lines will be

asked to provide IPv6 connectivity



Setup

pilot

IPv
6

network

in

the

organization

for

training


of

staff

and


testing

purpose

also



Application

migration

can

begin

with

organization


website

to

support

IPv
6



.
Deployment

of

IPv
6

in

Phases

using

technology

for


interoperability

of

IPv
4

&

IPv
6

(Dual

Stack,

Tunelling,


Translation)



Detailed Checklist for Assessment of Existing Network Infrastructure (Annexure
-
B)

Identify Network Device / Security Device / Network Management Hardware

Device

ID

Name

Model

Firmware

Manufacturer

IPv6

Support

Identify Operating System for Server / Hosts

Operating Systems

Purpose

Version

IPv6

Support

Identify Application for Services (email, remote shell , file sharing, DNS services etc.)

Application

Package

Version

IPv6

Support

Identify Network Applications Status

Application

Package

Version

IPv6

Support


Progress Review Meetings

Monthly

report

will

be

sent

by

the

State

Government

to

DoT,

which

will

hold

Quarterly

Review

meetings

in

the

State

Headquarters

on

the

above

16

points

to

assess

the

progress

made
.

These

meetings

can

also

be

held

earlier

if

required
.

Questions

&

Queries

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