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APNIC IPv6 Update. Joint IPv6 Forum/IPv6 SIG APNIC 15, Taipei, Taiwan 26 February 2003. Overview. RIR IPv6 statistics Allocation/assignment statistics Allocation upgrade survey IPv6 routing table IPv6 registrations. IANA IPv6 Allocations to RIRs. APNIC 2001:0200::/23

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APNIC IPv6 Update

Joint IPv6 Forum/IPv6 SIG

APNIC 15, Taipei, Taiwan

26 February 2003


Overview

  • RIR IPv6 statistics

  • Allocation/assignment statistics

  • Allocation upgrade survey

  • IPv6 routing table

  • IPv6 registrations


IANA IPv6 Allocations to RIRs

  • APNIC 2001:0200::/23

  • APNIC 2001:0C00::/23

  • APNIC2001:0E00::/23

  • ARIN 2001:0400::/23

  • LACNIC 2001:1200::/23

  • RIPE NCC 2001:0600::/23

  • RIPE NCC 2001:0800::/23

  • RIPE NCC 2001:0A00::/23

  • RIPE NCC 2001:1400::/23


RIR IPv6 Allocations

up to10 Feb 2003


APNIC IPv6 Prefixes Allocated by Year

Up to 10 Feb 2003


APNIC IPv6 Allocations in 2002


IPv6 Allocations from 1999 - 2002


Total APNIC IPv6 Allocations by Country Code

Up to 10 Feb 2003


IPv6 Allocations

  • Effect of new allocation policy implemented on 1 July 2002

    • 42 upgrades from /35 to /32

    • 19 organisations not yet upgraded

    • 35 * /32 allocated after the policy change


“Allocation upgrade” survey

“As you might be aware your network is eligible to request allocation upgrade from /35 to /32. […] According to our records, your organisation has not come back for the /32 upgrade…”

  • /35 allocations

    • 21 questionnaires sent

    • 16 responded

  • Members who have not upgraded to /32

    • 3 Not aware of the policy change

    • 4 Still planning not yet deployed network

    • 3 Upgrade not necessary

    • 6 Others


APNIC IPv6 Ranges for Assignments

  • IXP: 2001:07FA::/32 (Default assignment size: /48)

  • Critical infrastructure:2001:0DD8::/29(Default assignment size: /32)

  • Experimental networks 2001:0DE0::/29(Default assignment size: /32)

  • Documentation 2001:0DB8::/32(/32 Address block reserved for documentation purposes)


IPv6 Assignments

  • Assignments according to new portable assignment policies implemented 1 Dec 2002

  • IXP

    • 1 /48

    • 0 upgrades from /64 to /48

  • Critical infrastructure

    • 1 /32 (critical infrastructure)


IPv6 Portable Assignments

up to 10 Feb 2003


IPv6 Routing Table

As of 31st Jan 2003


IPv6 Registrations in APNIC Whois


Questions?

  • More information

    • http://www.apnic.net/db/ranges.html

    • http://www.ripe.net/cgi-bin/ipv6allocs

    • http://www.arin.net/statistics/index.html

    • http://www.lacnic.net


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