Plenary - Expanding the Internet: from IPv4 to IPv6
Learn more about issues related to IPv4 address exhaustion and IPv6 adoption
APNIC dedicates significant resources to help facilitate IPv6 deployment in the Asia Pacific region. More information is available from the APNIC IPv6 Program web site
- APNIC IPv6 Program activities 2008-2009
- APNIC IPv6 Program brochure - Expanding the Internet
- APNIC at APEC TEL meetings: APNIC will work closely with the APEC TEL working group to disseminate information related to IPv6 adoption
- Paul Wilson spoke at the Global Mobile Internet & IPv6-Next Generation Internet Summit 2009, Beijing, China, April 2009, "APNIC suggests that network operators and service providers be prepared to support customers and services using IPv6 by 2010"
|When:||9:00-10:30, Thursday, 27 August 2009|
|Where:||Grand Ballroom I & II|
While there has been rapid growth in IPv6 deployment in 2009, the community still faces challenges. This plenary will give you insights into the IPv6 deployment issues and approaches in facing different stakeholders.
Come to this session to hear:
- Experiences learned on research and development networks that will help networks in the real world
- What content providers should do to confront IPv4 address exhaustion
- The challenges that faced a small to medium ISP when it deployed IPv6
- How ISPs can support enterprise customers adopting IPv6
The transcript for this session is now available.
Xing Li, CERNET
Katsuyasu Toyama, JPNAP / Internet Multifeed Co.
What should content provider and data centres do?
Internet content providers use a range of technologies to make their sites as attractive to viewers as possible. This presentation, based on careful analysis of empirical data, discusses what content providers need to know to make a smooth transition to IPv6 without affecting the technologies they use to deliver content to users. The presentation also looks at how data centres can support content providers that are adopting IPv6.
Christian Dwinantyo, D-NET
Implementing IPv6 in a small to medium ISP
This presentation explains the reasons D-NET decided to adopt IPv6, their deployment plan, and the current status of their IPv6 network. The presentation will discuss the strategies that supported IPv6 deployment and the challenges D-NET had to overcome. The speaker is also interested in discussing with APNIC 28 participants how customers, including enterprise customers, can be encouraged to adopt IPv6.
Takeshi Tomochika, NTT Communications Corporation
ISP support for enterprise customers during IPv6 deployment
This presentation discusses how enterprise customers adopt IPv6 through their intranet including challenges this presents and the possible solutions ISPs can provide to enterprise customers deploying IPv6. Several case studies will be used to illustrate the potential solutions available.
Miwa Fujii, APNIC
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