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13th APNIC Open Policy Meeting

SIG: IPv6

Tuesday 5 March, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok

Minutes

Meeting commenced: 11:00

Chair: Tomohiro Fujisaki

The Chair introduced the SIG and explained the agenda.

Contents
  1. APNIC IPv6 allocation update
  2. IPv6 Taiwan status report
  3. Providing IPv6 addresses for always on broadband access users
  4. IPv6 Operations Study Group in Japan
  5. IPv6 Routing considerations
  6. User network interface - auto configuration mechanisms
  7. Analysis of IPv6 and security
  8. IPv6 transition issues from an operational perspective

Presentations

  1. APNIC IPv6 allocation update
  2. [Presentation]

    Guangliang Pan, APNIC

    This presentation provided an update of IPv6 allocation and assignment status at APNIC, including the new IPv6 IXP assignments. The presentation also outlined the results of an informal survey of Asia Pacific IPv6 users, conducted by APNIC.

    Questions and discussion

    No further discussions.

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  3. IPv6 Taiwan status report
  4. [Presentation]

    Chian-Nan Hsieh, TWNIC

    This presentation provided an update of the implementation of IPv6 in Taiwan in academic, research, and commercial networks. The presentation also provided an overview of the activities of the national IPv6 Steering Committee, highlighting issues such as the IPv6 Forum and the plans to establish a national pure IPv6 network by 2006.

    Questions and discussion

    It was noted that there is much work being done to identify a possible "killer app" to help encourage the adoption of IPv6.

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  5. Providing IPv6 addresses for always on broadband access users
  6. [Presentation]

    Chain-Chin Yen, Chunghwa Telecom

    This presentation described the status of Chunghwa's IPv6 broadband network developments in Taiwan, with particular reference to 3G (and B3G) mobile networks and broadband Internet subscribers. The presentation also provided an overview of the range of services being developed.

    Questions and discussion

    It was noted that CHT are hoping to introduce commercial IPv6 services for home users by 2005.

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    IPv6 operations in Japan

    [Proposal outline]

  7. IPv6 Operations Study Group in Japan
  8. [Presentation]

    Akihiro Inomata, Fujitsu

    This presentation described the activities of the IPv6 Operations Study Group in Japan to identify IPv6 operational and deployment issues and share the knowledge with the networking community. The issues currently being discussed by the group include, Address policy, ISP routing policy, small subscriber access, transition models, and enterprise networks.

    Questions and discussion

    No further discussions.

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  9. IPv6 Routing considerations
  10. [Presentation]

    Kuniaki Kondo, IIJ

    This presentation provided an overview of the IPv6-Ops Routing Sub-Group, including discussions relating to investigations into the multi-homing difficulties; EGP and traffic control mechanisms; and IGP internal route scaling issues.

    Questions and discussion

    It was noted that there are still no solutions to the multihoming problem but that the group will notify the community of any progress.

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  11. User network interface - auto configuration mechanisms
  12. [Presentation]

    Toshiyuki Yamasaki, NTT Communications

    This presentation described the work being conducted to develop a logical model for IPv6 network configuration, including automatic prefix delegation and DNS address caching. It was also noted that the group is continuing to discuss name registration mechanisms, monitoring issues, and security issues.

    Questions and discussion

    No further discussions.

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  13. Analysis of IPv6 and security
  14. [Presentation]

    Akihiro Inomata, Fujitsu

    This presentation described investigations into developing a new firewall model which reconciles the traditional IPv4 firewall model with the end-to-end security model which IPv6 supports with IPsec.

    Questions and discussion

    No further discussions.

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  15. IPv6 transition issues from an operational perspective
  16. [Presentation]

    Ikuo Nakagawa, Intec W&G

    This presentation provided an overview into investigations into transitional issues from the following points of view: backbone providers, home users, access providers, enterprise users, server/hosting services, and new service models. The presentation also identified a range of issues which arise at the three phases of IPv4 to IPv6 transition.

    Questions and discussion

    No further discussions.

Meeting closed: 12:40

Minuted by: Gerard Ross

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