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JO NITC Updates. National Information Technology Center [email protected] DNS – Past and Present. DNS registration started in 1995 E-service launched in January 2007 New website launched July 15, 2009 Integration of a payment gateway Website more user friendly

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Jo nitc updates

JO NITC Updates

National Information Technology Center

[email protected]


Dns past and present

DNS – Past and Present

  • DNS registration started in 1995

  • E-service launched in January 2007

  • New website launched July 15, 2009

    • Integration of a payment gateway

    • Website more user friendly

    • Enhanced security – SSL Certificate

  • 5000+ domains registered until now (700+ domains in 2009)

  • Strict registration policies

  • Website at https://www.dns.jo/login.aspx

National Information Technology Center


Dns future plans

DNS – Future Plans

  • Restructuring pricing schema

  • Marketing .name.jo 2LDs with service providers

  • Marketing .sch.jo 2LDs with the Ministry of Education

  • Working in parallel with the Ministry of Industry and Trade for domain marketing

National Information Technology Center


Ipv6 past and present

IPv6 – Past and Present

  • Allocated a range for NITC from RIPE NCC – Feb 2009

  • National steering committee established March 2009

  • Deployment Plan published August 2009

  • Questionnaire to stakeholders published August 2009

  • Test-bed started in September 2009

    • Assigning some servers v6 IPs (web, mail, DNS)

    • Dual-stack solution used

National Information Technology Center


Ipv6 future

IPv6 – Future

  • Involving other related entities (service providers, universities)

  • Conducting international test-beds

  • Providing awareness sessions to stakeholders

  • Encouraging university students to work on IPv6 related projects/thesis

  • Deploying IPv6 at a governmental level

National Information Technology Center


Enum past and present

ENUM – Past and Present

  • Finished registration with RIPE NCC and ITU in May 2009

  • Registration servers up-and-running

    • Sun Solaris 9

    • BIND 9.3

  • Conducted a few brainstorming awareness sessions to understand this new technology

  • Test-beds conducted internally (Successful)

  • Website http://www.enum.jo/

National Information Technology Center


Enum future

ENUM - Future

  • Working with regulatory for policies and number allocation

  • Working with Telecom Operators to prepare their networks for ENUM

  • Pricing schema

  • International testing

  • Setting up an online registration system

National Information Technology Center


Idn accomplished

IDN - Accomplished

  • Filed in an application on Dec 7, 2009 under (.الاردن)

  • Submitted all required papers

  • Held a community feedback showcase regarding proposed Script Table – Not all characters were submitted (variants)

National Information Technology Center


Idn current work

IDN – Current Work

  • Setting a pricing schema for ccIDNs under (.الاردن)

  • Updating our registration system to allow ccIDN registrations

  • Encouraging educational institutes to develop software that could support IDNs and close the gap currently existing

  • Providing showcases to the public and private sectors (marketing)

National Information Technology Center


Questions

Questions!

National Information Technology Center

Royal Scientific Society

P.O.Box: 259 – Al-Jubeiha 11941

Amman – Jordan

Tel: (962) 6 5300 222

Fax: (962) 6 5300 277

[email protected]

National Information Technology Center


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