IPv6 : managing the transition
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IPv6 : managing the transition

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Description

IPv6 Tutorial
G6
Last
modified
on:
7
Jan 2003
by
Mohsen.Souissi@nic.fr

Contributions
Main authors

Laurent Toutain, ENST-Bretagne –
I
RISA, France

B
ernard Tuy, Renater, France
Contributors

O
ctavio
Medina, ENST-Bretagne, France

M
ohsen
Souissi, AFNIC, France

V
incent Levigneron, AFNIC, France

T
homas Noel, LSIIT, France

A
lain Durand, Sun Micro
syste
ms, USA

A
lain Baudot, France Telecom R&D, Franc
e

B
ill Manning, ISI, USA

D
av
id Kessens, Qwest, USA

P
ierre-Emmanuel Goiffon, Renater, France

J
érôme
D
urand, Renater, Franc
e
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tori
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Agenda
Why a new version for IP?
IPv6 Protocol
Address formats, addressing architecture
Protocols associated to IPv6
IPv6 support in the DNS (DNSv6)
IPv6 Mobility
IPv6 Security with IPsec
Early experiences and deployments
IPv6 and OS/applications
IPv4 / IPv6 integration
Equipment Configuration
Conclusion
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Historical facts
1983 : Research network for ~ 100 computers
1992 : Commercial activity
Exponential growth
1993 : Exhaustion of the class B address
space
Forecast of network collapse for 1994!
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Emergency measures
Allocate exceptionally class B addresses
Re-use class C address space
CIDR
(
Classless Internet Domain Routing
)

R
F
C
1519 (PS)

n
etwork address = prefix/prefix length

l
ess address waste

r
ecommend aggregation (reduce routing table
length)
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IPv6 Tutorial G6 Last modified on: 7 Jan 2003 by Mohsen.Souissi@nic.fr Contributions Main authors – Laurent Toutain, ENST-Bretagne – I RISA, France – B ernard Tuy, Renater, France Contributors – O ctavio Medina, ENST-Bretagne, France – M ohsen Souissi, AFNIC, France – V incent Levigneron, AFNIC, France – T homas Noel, LSIIT, France – A lain Durand, Sun Micro syste ms, USA – A lain Baudot, France Telecom R&D, Franc e – B ill Manning, ISI, USA – D av id Kessens, Qwest, USA – P ierre-Emmanuel Goiffon, Renater, France – J érôme D urand, Renater, Franc e G6 T u tori al 2 Agenda Why a new version for IP? IPv6 Protocol Address formats, addressing architecture Protocols associated to IPv6 IPv6 support in the DNS (DNSv6) IPv6 Mobility IPv6 Security with IPsec Early experiences and deployments IPv6 and OS/applications IPv4 / IPv6 integration Equipment Configuration Conclusion G6 T u tori al 3 Why a new version for IP ? G6 T u tori al 4 Historical facts 1983 : Research network for ~ 100 computers 1992 : Commercial activity Exponential growth 1993 : Exhaustion of the class B address space Forecast of network collapse for 1994! G6 T u tori al 5 Emergency measures Allocate exceptionally class B addresses Re-use class C address space CIDR ( Classless Internet Domain Routing ) – R F C 1519 (PS) – n etwork address = prefix/prefix length – l ess address waste – r ecommend aggregation (reduce routing table length) G6 T u tori al 6 Emergency Measures: Private Addresses (RFC 1918 BCP) Allow private addressing plans Addresses are used internally Similar to security architecture with firewall Use of proxies or NAT to go outside – R FC 1631, 2663 and 2993 NAPT is the most commonly used of NAT variations G6 T u tori al 7 Emergency Measures (continued) Public address space Private address space Internet Company G6 T u tori al 8 Public address space Private address space 10.1.1.1 Proxy: 192.1.2.3 128.1.2.3 Internet Company G6 T u tori al 9 Network Address Translation Public address space private address space Internet Company Routable address poo l G6 T u tori al 10