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  1. IPv6 WorkshopAPAN Aug. 2003John BarlowAdvanced Communication Services Coordinator, GrangeNet

  2. Goals • Design and set up a functioning, globally connected, IPv6 network. • After the workshop you should be able to engineer IPv6 networks within your campus, division or faculty; and to help teach or facilitate future IPv6 workshops. • Topics covered: • Router Configuration: How do you turn on IPv6 routing on a router? • BGP Configuration: Configure BGP sessions between the campus’ and core routers. • Addressing: How addressing works, what types of addressing schemes are possible, how allocations are made, and current best practices. • Bind configuration: Populate a DNS server with AAAA records, forward and reverse lookups, best practices, bind versions required, and potential pitfalls. • Application Space: Some students will set up IPv6-aware servers, including Telnet, HTTP, SSH and SMTP. • Transition Issues: How do you make your IPv6 network IPv4-aware and vice versa? How extensively can you do dual stack implementations and where do you need to do translation? • Discussion Issues: Multihoming, auto-configuration, network administration and network management. • Services: What IPv6 services should a campus or RNO currently offer? What are the best known practices for distributing IPv6 throughout a campus or state network?

  3. Housekeeping • Access to building & room • Opening and closing times • Parking & transport • Toilets • Food and drink location • Contact: Seung-Yun Lee +82 42 861 5404

  4. Day 1 Plan • 8:30am welcome coffee • 9:00am start • 10:15am morning tea (15 min) • 10:30am continue • 12:30pm lunch (45 min) • 1:15pm continue • 3:00pm afternoon tea (15 min) • 3:15pm continue • 4:30pm finish

  5. Day 2 Plan • 8:30am welcome coffee • 9:00am start • 10:15am morning tea (15 min) • 10:30am continue • 12:30pm lunch (45 min) • 1:15pm Afternoon presentations • 3:00pm afternoon tea (15 min) • 3:15pm continue • 4:30pm finish

  6. Schedule • Day One Morning • IPv6 workshop intro • IPv6 Fundamentals • IPv6 Lab Addressing • Allocation Schemes • Lab • Lunch • Day One Afternoon • Lab (continued) • Review topics • “under the hood of IPv6” • Day Two Morning • Multiple IPv6 Allocations • Lab • Provider Independent Addressing • Lab • DNS • Transition and Tunnels • “Building a dual stack computer” • Lab • GPN v6 • Campus Deployment • Campus Addressing Plans • Question Period • Lunch • Day Two Afternoon

  7. IPv6 and APAN • Tunnel IPv6 from other APAN site, run IPv6 native as soon as possible. • Tunnel IPv6 within your country, run IPv6 native as soon as possible. • Request IPv6 address allocation from APNIC, for example see: • http://www.aarnet.edu.au/network/design/ipv6/addressing.html

  8. Contacts AARNet IPv6 documentation: http://www.aarnet.edu.au/network/design/ipv6/ Australian mailing list: “subscribe ipv6-au” to ipv6-au-request@e-secure.com.au AARNet IPv6 working group — see John Barlow Internet2 IPv6 Working Group • http://ipv6.internet2.edu/ Your local RNO representative.