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FORUM ON NEXT GENERATION STANDARDIZATION (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 7-10 April 2009). A Pilot Implementation of an NGN Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 network for MEWC, Malaysia. Prof Dr Sureswaran Ramadass, Director, National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence (NAv6), Universiti Sains Malaysia.

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A pilot implementation of an ngn dual stack ipv4 ipv6 network for mewc malaysia

FORUM ON NEXT GENERATION STANDARDIZATION (Colombo, Sri Lanka, 7-10 April 2009)

A Pilot Implementation of an NGN Dual Stack IPv4/IPv6 network for MEWC, Malaysia

Prof Dr Sureswaran Ramadass,

Director, National Advanced IPv6 Centre of Excellence (NAv6),

Universiti Sains Malaysia


Ipv6 pilot project

IPv6 Pilot Project

  • The IPv6 Pilot Projectwas introduced in accordance with the National IPv6 Council’s vision of an IPv6-enabled Malaysia by 2010

  • One of the major milestones is to ensure that government agencies are IPv6-enabled by 2008


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IPv6 Pilot Project

  • Two government agencies were chosen to initiate the Pilot project - MEWC and MAMPU

  • The Pilot Projects will be pioneering the deployment of IPv6 in Malaysia

  • Will function as referenceand guideline for IPv6 deployment and adoption, focusing on the Malaysian government agencies


Ipv6 pilot project2

IPv6 Pilot Project

The IPv6 deployment was done in a gradual manner adopting several well recognized transition mechanisms

The step by step approach was taken to ensure that the migration would be free of any technical glitches or security issues

The project comprise of 4 phases


Ipv6 pilot project objectives

IPv6 Pilot Project Objectives

  • Establish basic IPv6 capability in network devices located at the peering points, backbone, and Center LAN backbones

    • Basic IPv6 capability is defined here as being able to transport and route in dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) mode, and that all devices that are configured in dual-stack mode must be able to interoperate with each other


Areas of focus for the pilot project

Areas of Focus for the Pilot Project


Governments agencies that uses putrajaya campus network pcn

Governments agencies that uses Putrajaya Campus Network (PCN)

Government Agencies Involved in the IPv6 Pilot Project


Pilot project ipv6 connectivity

Pilot Project IPv6 Connectivity

Current IPv6 Connectivity for MEWC and MAMPU


Technical view of the ipv6 connectivity usm to pcn

Technical view of the IPv6 connectivity USM to PCN

Logical IPv6 Network Topology for the IPv6 Pilot Project


Servers security routing devices installed at mampu

Servers, security & routing devices installed at MAMPU

Snapshot of IPv6 traffic information monitored using iNetmon


Work done by nav6 engineers

Work done by NAv6 Engineers

One of many networking equipments being configured during Phase-3 implementation

Work done by NAv6 Engineers


Implementation phase 1

Implementation, Phase 1

  • Installation of a single and isolated network, using both dual-stack and tunneling mechanism


Implementation phase 11

Implementation, Phase 1

  • Testing IPv6 connectivity to a single node via tunneling mechanism (node installed in PNOC)


Implementation phase 2

Implementation, Phase 2

  • Installation of Dual-stack tunneling for selected virtual networks using a fixed tunnel client

Migration of the PNOC to a dual-stack network


Implementation phase 3

Implementation, Phase 3

  • Implementation of a fully functioning Dual-Stack IPv6 network at MEWC

Installation of

IPv6 Router


Implementation phase 4

Implementation, Phase 4

  • Post implementation study on the IPv6 internet services in MEWC

    • Collective and comprehensive information based on the network services will be acquired

    • A guideline for IPv6 services migration is to be made available to MEWC


Problems challenges

Problems & Challenges

  • Available Budget & Time

  • Gathering accurate information

  • IP addresses that only have local significance and are not advertised outside their local networks

  • Devices with hardwired addresses

  • Important architecture devices that are not, and will never be, IPv6 capable (RFID time management)


Preventive maintenances

Preventive Maintenances

  • Maintaining the IPv6 network

    • Continuous access to routing devices to maintain a reliable connectivity

      • Checking routing topology

      • Access Control List (ACL)

  • Checking and updating the security network security policies on security devices (firewalls, IDS / IPS) to ensure security is at optimum conditions


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Preventive Maintenances

  • Monitoring both IPv4 and IPv6 network activities by using network management tools (JNetmon)

  • Maintaining and upgrading firmware for better support and stability

  • Constantly updating and maintaining operating systems and applications


Thank you

Thank You

Q & A


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