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IPv6 Deployment Status in Korea. May 3, 200 6. Sangjin Jeong IPv6 Forum Korea. Current Status of Korea. Preparing IPv4 address depletion Assigned 70% of total IPv4 addresses(4.3 billion) from the world Having used all the IPv4 addresses (41M) held in Korea

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ipv6 deployment status in korea

IPv6 Deployment Status in Korea

May 3, 2006

Sangjin Jeong

IPv6 Forum Korea

current status of korea
Current Status of Korea
  • Preparing IPv4 address depletion
    • Assigned 70% of total IPv4 addresses(4.3 billion) from the world
    • Having used all the IPv4 addresses (41M) held in Korea
    • More IP addresses to be needed for the future IT services
  • Promoting IPv6 based New Services
    • IPv6 based Home Network Service (more than 10 IP addresses at home will be necessary by 2010)
    • IPv6 Service over WiBro (2.3 GHz based Wireless Broadband Internet)
    • IPv6 based VoIP Service
    • IPv6 based Telematics Service, etc.
  • u-IT839 Strategy : A master plan for the IT industry, in an effort to gain more growth momentum from the IT sector in Korea (Revised in Feb. 2006)
    • Eight New Services : WiBro, DMB, Telematics, W-CDMA, etc.
    • Three Infrastructures : BcN(IPv6), USN, Soft Infraware
    • Nine IT New Growth Engines : NG Mobile Comm., Digital TV, etc.
ipv6 promotion policies in korea
IPv6 Promotion Policies in Korea
  • IPv6 Equipments Development
    • Accelerating to develop the IPv6 equipments for commercialization
    • Obtaining global competitiveness of the domestic IPv6 equipments to the market
  • Diffusion of IPv6 Application Services
    • Accelerating to develop the IPv6 Application for common users
    • Providing various pilot services for the activation of IPv6
  • Facilitation of IPv6 Public and Commercial Network
    • Plan to migrate the Public & Commercial Network with IPv6
  • IPv6 Pilot Project : KOREAv6
    • To verify IPv6 equipments & services and drive them to commercialize by using KOREAv6(Nation-wide IPv6 based testbed)
ipv6 equipments development
IPv6 Equipments Development
  • IPv6 Home&Small Router(2004. 12), Medium Access Router(2005. 6)
    • Manufacturer : Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, Mercury, Locus, Dasan Networks, Lanbird Inc., etc.
  • IPv6 Solution Equipments (VPN, NMS : 2005. 9.)
    • Manufacturer : Future Systems, Snet, K-Sign, etc.
  • IPv6 Translators(Dual Stack, NAT-PT : 2004. 6.)
    • Manufacturer : iBiT, Corebell, etc.
  • Others
    • IPv6 Camera, VoIPv6 Phone, etc.
domestic market for ipv6 equipments
Domestic Market for IPv6 Equipments

(Unit : Million $)

2,086

1,696

1,390

1,190

1,008

832

$ 8,201 Million is the total sum (2005 ~ 2010)

diffusion of ipv6 application services
Diffusion of IPv6 Application Services

IPv6 based

P2P primary

introduction

Providing IPv6

based P2P

pilot service

Diffusion of IPv6 based

P2P services

Deploying to the remote

home-care application service

IPv6 N/W

camera test to

deployment

Deploying to the remote

health-care application services

  • - Hotspot pilot services
  • Providing VoIPv6 service

Deployment of WiBro related service

WLAN +

Wired Internet +

PSTN

P2P based E-Learning

primary deployment

Deploying to the internet broadcast

/remote lecture

Providing End-to-End IPsec

VPN service

Diffusion of service in public sector

facilitation of ipv6 public commercial network

WAN

LAN

2005 2006

2005 2006 2007 2008

Evolution Plan

e-Government

Network

8,000organizations

16,000organizations

4,000organizations

Facilitation of IPv6 Public & Commercial Network
  • New IPv6 e-Government Network from 2005
    • Lead 16,000 Public Sector Organizations to adopt IPv6 until 2008
  • Plan to migrate ISP’s commercial networks with IPv6
ipv6 pilot project koreav6

ISP Service

Campus

Device Test

Government

KREONET

Home Network

KOREAv6 Network

ISP

6KANet

6NGIX

IPv6 Portal

Enterprise

KOREN

Hospital

HDTV

CDMA/WCDMA

IPv6 Pilot Project: KOREAv6
  • KOREAv6 is the name of the Nation-wide IPv6 Pilot Project
    • Composed with IPv6 Trial Services and Field Test for IPv6 Equipments
    • Creating IPv6 businesses in the public & private sector
    • Accelerating commercialization of IPv6 equipments
    • Promoting IPv6 awareness to the public
koreav6 phase i 2004 1 2
KOREAv6 – Phase I (2004) – (1/2)
  • Purposes
    • Define barriers to deployment of IPv6 services in such areas in home, office, campus, etc.
    • Improve awareness of IPv6 service to the public
  • Key contents
    • Construct the nation-wide IPv6 trial network
    • Provide 10 trial services such as Ecosystem Monitoring, VoDv6, VoIPv6, Internet gateway service, etc.
    • Test the stability and interoperability of 39 equipments such as routers, switches, VPN and so on
  • Outcomes
    • Retain operation skill of IPv4/IPv6 network with dual stack, NAT-PT
    • Create a market of two-way services such as VoIPv6, Camerav6 etc.
    • Enhance the functions of IPv6 equipments (KOREAv6 Logo has been given to 35 IPv6 equipments)
koreav6 phase i 2004 2 2

~ Early 2004

Sept. 2004

End of 2004

  • User: Few IPv6 experts & engineers (100 or less)
  • Traffic: 10MB or less
  • User: Pilot service users (About 1,400)
  • Traffic: 60 MB
  • User: Pilot service users (10,000 or more)
  • Traffic: 400MB or more
KOREAv6 – Phase I (2004) – (2/2)
  • IPv6 pilot services in a verity of areas (10 Pilot Services, 35 Participants)
  • Increasing IPv6 traffics and real IPv6 users

Making IPv6 business model

HD Video Conference Service

SOHO wireless/wired IPv6 Gateway Service

VoD Service

Home Appliance Control Service

Remote Medical Service

Web Camera Monitoring Service

Identifying realistic barriers

ISP’s IPv6 Internet Service

Remote Lecture Service

Providing guideline for IPv6 transition

VoIPv6 Voice/Video Service

koreav6 phase ii iii 2005 2006
KOREAv6 – Phase II & III (2005~2006)
  • Phase II (2005)
    • VoIPv6 Services in Public Sector
      • Offering VoIPv6 service to users in public sector (Daejon City, Korea Meteorological Administration, MoND)
      • Establishing VoIPv6 reference model for 16,000 governmental agencies
    • IPv6 based WiBro Applications and Contents
      • Developing WiBro contents that can be provided over IPv6 Wireless Broadband network from 2006
    • IPv6 based Home Network Service
      • Providing IPv6 Home G/W, Remote control, VoIPv6 to 130 households
  • Phase III (2006)
    • IPv6 based 8 Services over All-IPv6 Network
      • Offering 8 services using integrated/converged terminals to end users in the large-scale trial complex
voipv6 services in public sector phase ii

VoIP

  • H.323
  • IPv4
  • VoIP
  • SIP
  • IPv6
  • VoIP
  • Megaco
  • IPv6
  • VoIP
  • MGCP
  • IPv6
VoIPv6 Services in Public Sector (Phase II)

Purpose

Establish VoIPv6 reference model for government agencies

Reduce VoIPv6 transition cost of public sector

Develop VoIPv6 industry

Agency A

Agency B

Agency B

Agency A

  • VoIPv6 Ref. model
  • SIP
  • IPv6

Agency C

Agency A(branch)

Agency A(branch)

Agency C

Interoperability

Expectations

Eliminate complexity → Ensure interoperability

Reduce operation cost (network construction & management)

Market transition : VoIPv4 -> VoIPv6

ipv6 based wibro applications phase ii 1 2
IPv6 based WiBro Applications (Phase II) - (1/2)

Purpose

Develop WiBro applications & contents that can be provided over IPv6 wireless broadband network from 2006

Develop mobile IP technology for WiBro mobility

Suggest service model for WiBro

Develop security and authentication mechanism

Expectations

The biggest IPv6 wireless network in KOREA

Secure service experience & network operating technology

IPv6 promotion through successful IPv6 transition of large scale portal

Secure major technologies for IPv6 based WiBro service

ipv6 based wibro applications phase ii 2 2
IPv6 based WiBro Applications (Phase II) – (2/2)

Network

Apps & Contents

  • Trial Service
    • Subscribers : 250~300 person
      • KAIST Students, staffs, etc.
    • Supporting IPv6 Premium service on Paran.com
      • Free charge during trial service

IPv6 campus network (KAIST) using WLAN

– similar to WiBro environment

Research & Development

- Mobile IPv6/Fast Handoff

- Windows based terminal with MIPv6

- IPv6 based authentication, security

Service verification on WiBro testbed

  • IPv6 portal service using NAT-PT
  • KTH Paran.com
  • IPv6 transition guideline for legacy portal
  • verify and test IP mobility service & Contents on large scale network
ipv6 based home network service phase ii 1 2
IPv6 based Home Network Service (Phase II) – (1/2)

Purpose

Study of service model in IPv6 home network field

Develop commercial IPv6 home gateway

Provide IPv6 home G/W, remote control, VoIPv6 to 130 households

Expectations

Improve technological level and acquiring ‘IPv6 Ready Logo’

Activate of IPv6 usage to various field (Home, office, and so on)

Commercial market of IPv6 home gateway

ipv6 based home network service phase ii 2 2
IPv6 based Home Network Service (Phase II) – (2/2)

IPv6 Home Gateway Features

IPv6 Application

IPv6 tunneling

PLC protocol (S-cube, LNCP, Z256, HNCP, etc)

WLAN AP (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g)

Various interfaces (F/E, USB, RS485/232)

VoIPv6 service (Wired & Wireless VoIP phone)

monitoring service using IPv6 network camera

IPv6 portal service

IPv6 Portal

IPv6 Notebook

IPv4 Desktop

IPv4 Internet

KOREAv

6

IPv6 Tunnel

(6to4)

Gate Keeper(IPv6)

VoIPv6Phone

Web camera

WLAN VoIPv6 Phone

IPv6 Home

PSTN

< Home network trial service (130 households) >

ipv6 promotion council
IPv6 Promotion Council

Creating the Vision

&

Promotion of

Voluntarily based

Investment from

commercial sector

Lack of deployment efforts

from ISPs, Vendors

IPv6 Strategy

Committee

  • IPv6 Strategy Committee (organized in September 2003)
    • Chair: Minister of MIC
    • Member: CEO of ISPs & Venders, Universities, R&D, etc.
    • Outcomes: roadmap of nation-wide IPv6 adoption (2004.3)
    • Role Assignment :
      • Government : Policy (Show Vision and Plan)
      • R&D Organizations : Research / Standardization
      • Commercialization /Advertisement : ISPs & Vendors
ipv6 experience in korea
IPv6 Experience in Korea
  • Early on, ISPs were reluctant to invest heavily because the IPv6 market was not formed at that time
  • Government has actively encouraged IPv6 market forces to realize a New IT World with IPv6
    • Organizing IPv6 Strategy Committee and making IPv6 Adoption Roadmap
  • Creating demand in public sector and, through IPv6 pilot project, ISPs have begun invest more in the primary market
  • From the these results, a primary market was formed and extensive investment from the ISPs & Vendors is expected to continue
ipv6 exhibition ubiquitous dream exhibition
IPv6 Exhibition: Ubiquitous Dream Exhibition
  • Experiencing future LIFE STYLE
  • 1st Floor, MIC building (Seoul)
  • 6 companies Participated (KT, Samsung, LG, SKT, KTF, LGT)
  • Show ubiquitous advanced technologies and skills: - Home Viewer - Intelligent Refrigerator - Mirror computer
  • - Remote lecture
  • - Intelligent robot
  • - Next generation mobile
  • communication
ipv6 exhibition kiesv6 ipv6 showroom 1 2
IPv6 Exhibition: KIESv6 (IPv6 Showroom) – (1/2)
  • Korea IPv6 Experience Sphere (2003. 10 ~, by NCA )
  • Provides IPv6 service experience space for the expansion of domestic IPv6 activities
  • Exhibit IPv6 related organization’s services and devices - More than 1,500 people visited
ipv6 exhibition kiesv6 ipv6 showroom 2 2
IPv6 Exhibition: KIESv6 (IPv6 Showroom) – (2/2)

MoodSphere

Ubiquitous home environment control service through IPv6 embedded microsystem(sinkboard)

Botanic v6

Flowerpot management service, monitor and supply water remotely by any device with IPv6

CyberTown Meeting

On-Line, Multi-user video conference(meeting) service over IPv6 multicast network

Distance HomeCare

Remote medical treatment service over IPv6 network

Patient's electrocardiogram and heart rate, which is measured by the biological signal measurement system are transmitted to patient’s PC

IPv6 Home Gateway(Samsung)

Digital home equipment that supports the Wireless IPv6, Dual Stack, NAT-PT, Tunneling(6 to 4)

Enable communication with IPv6/v4 home network terminals such as refrigerator

IPv6 Transition Mechanism

Show how IPv6/IPv4 transition mechanisms work

Dual Stack, 6to4, DSTM, NAT-PT, Teredo

international cooperation
International Cooperation

International Cooperation

  • Government level of cooperation between China-Japan-Korea IPv6
  • Cooperation through TEIN(Trans Eurasia Information Network)
  • Global IPv6 Summit in Korea 2006, June 14-15 in Seoul, Korea
  • Emerging Business with IPv6
  • IPv6 Exhibition will be held in conjunction with IPv6 Summit
  • (http://www.ipv6.or.kr/summit2006)
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Thank you !!

Contact Information

Sangjin Jeong

E-mail: sjjeong@etri.re.kr