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Presentation by NAv6 Center, USM. MALAYSIA ISPs IPv6 Compliance Audit (Phase 1). Overview. Background Phase -1 Objectives Methodology Phase -2 Objectives Phase -3 Objectives Phase -4 Objectives Audit Results Recommendations Moving Forward. Background. Background.

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Presentation by nav6 center usm

Presentation by NAv6 Center, USM

MALAYSIA ISPs IPv6 Compliance Audit (Phase 1)

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Overview
Overview

  • Background

  • Phase -1

    • Objectives

    • Methodology

  • Phase -2

    • Objectives

  • Phase -3

    • Objectives

  • Phase -4

    • Objectives

  • Audit Results

  • Recommendations

  • Moving Forward

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Background

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Background
Background

  • Malaysia’s IPv6 timeline states that tier-1 ISPs must be able to provide IPv6-based connectivity by end of year 2006.

  • NAv6 was appointed by MCMC to analyze the readiness of tier-1 ISPs in phase 1 IPv6 compliance testing.

  • The audit was executed successfully on 23 march 2007.

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Phase-1 Audit

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Phase 1 audit objectives
Phase 1 Audit Objectives

  • To produce an unbiased validation of the current ISPs IPv6 self compliant status based of the 9 suggested RFCs.

  • To provide consultation for the ISPs on the deployment of IPv6 networks for future setup.

  • To provide the regulatory body (MCMC) an overview of the current ISP’s IPv6 deployment status.

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Phase 1 audit methodology
Phase 1 Audit Methodology

  • Straight forward IPv6 network setup verification.

  • Only covers the local network setup by the ISP.

  • Divided into 3 Test Groups:

    • Group 1:- Basic network connectivity tests

    • Group 2:- Interconnectivity tests

    • Group 3:- IPv6 support in DNS extensions

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Phase-2 Audit

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Phase 2 inter isp connectivity
Phase 2: Inter-ISP Connectivity

  • Objectives

    • Auditing the IPv6 connectivity between ISPs.

    • The audit will cover:

      • RIPng Operations & Interoperability

        • Test interoperability of the a device with other RIPng capable devices.

      • OSPFv3 Interoperability

        • Test many aspects of the OSPFv3 protocol.

      • BGP4+ Interoperability

        • Test many aspects of the BGP4+ protocol

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Phase-3 Audit

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Phase 3 commercial advanced ipv6 network services
Phase 3: Commercial & Advanced IPv6 Network Services

  • To test the availability and support of IPv6 in current Commercial as well as Advanced Network Services.

  • These audit covers:

    • Customer oriented services such as xDSL, Email, DNS, Web-hosting etc.

    • Operational network services, FTP, SSH, NTP, Intranet network services etc.

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Phase-4 Audit

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Phase 4 wireless broadband full ipv6 connectivity capability
Phase 4: Wireless Broadband & Full IPv6 Connectivity Capability

  • Test the IPv6 capabilities of Wireless Broadband Services provided by ISPs.

  • The audit will also verify the capabilities of the ISPs to provide connectivity and services at the commercial level.

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Audit Results Capability

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Audit results
Audit Results Capability

  • From the seven tier-1 ISP’s in Malaysia, only six ISPs were audited.

  • All six (6) ISP’s fulfils the criteria and are phase-1 IPv6 Compliant.

  • Time.com because it was not prepared to be audited as its network is not phase-1 IPv6 compliant yet.

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Recommendations Capability

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Recommendations
Recommendations Capability

  • A routing level compliancy test is required to move IPv6 compliancy a step further.

  • ISPs should have their networks equipped with IPv6 routing capabilities.

  • ISPs need to create their IPv6 Websites with dual-support.

  • Establish IPv6 peer-routing between ISPs and MYREN.

  • Technical staffs from the ISPs should join the discussion forums.

  • Operational and technical staffs from the ISPs should be involved in attending IPv6 certification training.

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Moving Forward Capability

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Moving forward
Moving Forward Capability

  • The need for strong enforcement and leadership from MCMC within full support from NAv6.

  • Use a different phrase such as IPv6 compliance/readiness exercise or assessment.

  • Impose Phase-2 , Phase-3 & Phase-4 IPv6 Audit which will focus on core routing and services.

  • ISPs which achieve IPv6 Compliance Audit should be given Malaysian IPv6 Level 1 Certified.

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Thank You Capability

Q&A

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