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spacer.gif   IPv6 Task Force Slovenia Has Been Started
Posted by : forum on Wednesday, June 11, 2008 - 03:27 PM
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Ljubliana/Luxembourg, June 9th, 2008 - The IPv6 Forum welcomes Slovenia as its newest member with the establishment of the IPv6 Task Force Slovenia under the leadership of Prof. Dr. Borka Jerman Blazie , Chair, IPv6 Task Force Slovenia. Mrs. Borka Blazie leads the Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks at the Josef Stefan Institute in Ljubliana.

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spacer.gif   OECD Report: Internet Address Space
Posted by : forum on Tuesday, May 27, 2008 - 12:09 PM
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This report provides an analysis of economic considerations associated with the transition from IPv4 to IPv6. It provides background analysis supporting the forthcoming ICCP-organised Ministerial-level meeting on -The Future of the Internet Economy, to take place in Seoul, Korea on 17-18 June 2008.

This report was prepared by Ms. Karine Perset of the OECD's Directorate for Science Technology and Industry. It was declassified by the ICCP Committee at its 54th Session on 5-7 March 2008. It is published under the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the OECD.

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spacer.gif   RIPE Community Resolution on IPv4 Depletion and Deployment of IPv6
Posted by : forum on Thursday, November 22, 2007 - 10:40 AM
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Amsterdam, 26 October 2007

During the RIPE 55 meeting in Amsterdam, the RIPE community agreed to issue the following statement on IPv4 depletion and the deployment of IPv6.

"Growth and innovation on the Internet depends on the continued availability of IP address space. The remaining pool of unallocated IPv4 address space is likely to be fully allocated within two to four years. IPv6 provides the necessary address space for future growth. We therefore need to facilitate the wider deployment of IPv6 addresses.

While the existing IPv4 Internet will continue to function as it currently does, the deployment of IPv6 is necessary for the development of future IP networks.

The RIPE community has well-established, open and widely supported mechanisms for Internet resource management. The RIPE community is confident that its Policy Development Process meets and will continue to meet the needs of all Internet stakeholders through the period of IPv4 exhaustion and IPv6 deployment.

We recommend that service providers make their services available over IPv6. We urge those who will need significant new address resources to deploy IPv6. We encourage governments to play their part in the deployment of IPv6 and in particular to ensure that all citizens will be able to participate in the future information society. We urge that the widespread deployment of IPv6 be made a high priority by all stakeholders."

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spacer.gif   The IPv6 Forum Senegal is Launched
Posted by : forum on Tuesday, August 29, 2006 - 04:04 PM
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The IPv6 Forum Senegal Launched
with the Dakar IPv6 Summit
October 23-25, 2006
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The IPv6 Pioneers and Leaders take IPv6 where it has not gone before!



Dakar/Luxembourg, September 4, 2006 - The IPv6 Forum is embarking on a large-scale promotion plan in the emerging nations. We welcome Senegal as the newest country to join this initiative by establishing the IPv6 Forum Senegal under the leadership of Mme Maye DIOP, President, IPv6 Forum Senegal.

The prime objective of this initiative is to promote deployment and swifter uptake of the new Internet using the new Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) with support from industry, educational and research communities and government agencies enabling equitable access to technology and knowledge by extending to it a strong voice and a legitimate representation in the new Internet world.

The IPv6 Forum Senegal will be launched during the Dakar IPv6 Summit organized by the Internet Society of Senegal closely working with the leaders of the IPv6 Forum. The event is generously sponsored by the Internet Society (www.isoc.org) and the European Commission project 6DISS (www.6diss.org). You may download the summit agenda here: agenda_dakar_summit.pdf.

"The leaders of the Internet Society Senegal are establishing the IPv6 Forum Senegal to extend to its national Internet community and Africa at large a strong voice and representation in the new Internet world to enable equal access to knowledge and education on New Generation Internet technologies and create momentum in deploying IPv6 for the global good", states Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President.

"The IPv6 Forum Senegal should win key stakeholders from government, industry and academia to design together the IPv6 roadmap and vision for Senegal to be among the first emerging nations to embrace the New Internet based on IPv6 " states Maye Diop, President IPv6 Forum Senegal

"IPv6 technology represent an opportunity for the developing countries to solve some key issues for increasing internet access for the citizens and production of local contents. To reach these goals, IPv6 Forum, as an open multistakeholders meeting, is designed to advocate to the decision- and policy-makers, the necessity to set up such New Generation networks, and to collaborate in the development of critical mass of engineers in these fields" states Alex Corenthin, President ISOC Senegal

The Internet uses Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) for the last 2 decades. Despite its tremendous success, IPv4 is showing signs of strains especially in its limited address space and its fast depletion. IPv6 preserves everything that's good about today's Internet - and adds much more: unlimited address space to connect everyone and everything, stateless auto-configuration, seamless mobility, automated network management, mandated security and new optional service levels.

About the IPv6 Forum Senegal

The IPv6 Forum Senegal is a chapter of the IPv6 Forum dedicated to the advancement and propagation of IPv6 (Internet Protocol, version 6) in Senegal and the French-speaking Western African nations. Comprised of individual members, rather than corporate sponsors, the mission is to provide technical leadership and innovative thought for the successful integration of IPv6 into all facets of networking and telecommunications infrastructure, present and future.

About the IPv6 Forum

The IPv6 Forum is a world-wide consortium of leading Internet service vendors, National Research & Education Networks (NRENs) and international ISPs, with a clear mission to promote IPv6 by improving market and user awareness, creating a quality and secure New Generation Internet and allowing world-wide equitable access to knowledge and technology. The key focus of the IPv6 Forum today is to provide technical guidance for the deployment of IPv6. IPv6 Summits are organized by the IPv6 Forum and staged in various locations around the world to provide industry and market with the best available information on this rapidly advancing technology.

Organization Contact:
Mme Ndeye Maimouna DIOP DIAGNE
President, IPv6 Forum Senegal
VP, ISOC Senegal
Directrice des NTIC
Ministere des Postes, Telecoms et NTIC
58, Bvd de la Republique
mayediop {at} gmail {dot} com
Tel : 221 - 889-17-43
Fax : 221- 842-87-24

IPv6 Forum Contact:
Latif Ladid
Luxembourg
+352 30 71 34
Latif.ladid {at} ipv6forum {dot} com


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Posted by : forum on Friday, August 04, 2006 - 12:54 PM
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IPv6 Security Technology Paper
Version 1.0 July 22, 2006 Primary
Author/Editor: Merike Kaeo
Contributing Authors: David Green, Jim Bound,Yanick Pouffary


As IPv6 networks migrate from lab environments into dependable production systems, we are presented with both the challenge of adapting our Information Assurance (IA) architecture to a new protocol and the opportunity to leverage new features to enhance network security. Native
IPv6 networks will coexist with environments where IPv6 capabilities are introduced into production networks with existing IPv4-based infrastructures. While security of our current production networks must be evolved for IPv6, there are features in IPv6 and new trends in networking
that should lead us to changing security paradigms. End-to-end security between hosts has had limited practicality in IPv4-based networks but is a key feature of IPv6. A return to the end-to-end network model should be architected into any dual stacked transition architecture with careful
consideration for not compromising IPv4 security.
This white paper will enumerate the security advantages which are relevant in today's IPv6 networks and will detail the deployment considerations to effectively design and architect secure IPv6 networks. Please download it
from here: NAv6TF_Security_Report.pdf

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spacer.gif   IPv6 Forum Roadmap Vision 2010
Posted by : forum on Friday, August 04, 2006 - 12:48 PM
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Dear Members,

The IPv6 Forum Officers requested a meeting with the IPv6 Forum Regional Leaders (not Regional Sub Task Forces) and the IPv6 Forum CTO Executive Committee to meet in Las Vegas February 21-23, 2006 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. We had world wide participation and it was quite successful.
What we did is identify the IPv6 Forum mission and focus out to 2010, and the attached report reflects the result and direction. This is a living document and will be updated every six months. The current version is accessible as pdf: here .
We want to thank all the IPv6 Forum Regional Leaders world wide that attended and a special thanks to three key significant contributors as writers to this document Yanick Pouffary, Yurie Rich, and Dave Green. This leadership forum now called "Leaders Forum" put a lot of work and energy into this collaborative effort world wide.



Best to all of you,
/jim and Latif
Latif Ladid President IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.org
Jim Bound CTO IPv6 Forum www.ipv6forum.org

wwc_ipv6forum_roadmap_vision_2010.pdf

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spacer.gif   The IPv6 Forum Israel Is Launched
Posted by : forum on Tuesday, July 25, 2006 - 10:42 AM
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The IPv6 Pioneers and Leaders take IPv6 where it has not gone before!

Tel Aviv/Luxembourg, July 25, 2006 - The IPv6 Forum and its 40 worldwide affiliates are embarking on a large-scale promotion plan around the world. Israel is the newest country to join this initiative with the creation of the IPv6 Forum Israel under the leadership of Mrs. Limor Schafman as its founding President.

The prime objective of this initiative is to promote deployment and swifter uptake of the new Internet using the new Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) with support from industrial, educational and research communities and government agencies enabling equitable access to technology and knowledge.

?The IPv6 Forum Israel is bringing IPv6 to Israel to extend to its national Internet community a strong voice and legitimate representation in the new Internet world to enable equal access to knowledge and education on New Generation Internet technologies and create keen interest in deploying IPv6 for the national good,? states Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President.

?This New Internet is a focus of hundreds of millions of dollars in China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. China has declared its intention to have the foremost information infrastructure in the world by 2008 and IPv6 is one of the avenues it is specifically pursuing to achieve that goal. There is no reason that a recognized technological innovator such as Israel, should not take a lead in the adoption and implementation of this protocol and the application benefits it can bring,? adds Limor Schafman, IPv6 Forum Israel President. ?Europe and the United States are also adopting the protocol, with the US Department of Defense and Office of Management and Budget mandating that information products and services be IPv6 compliant by 2008. Time is of the essence for education and the development of transition strategies. The IPv6 Forum Israel will provide the resources to enable the Israeli government, military, infrastructure and commercial companies understand what IPv6 offers and how they can begin and execute on the adoption process.?

The current Internet uses Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) for the last 2 decades. IPv4 is showing signs of strains especially in its limited address space and its fast depletion [IPv4 has 4.3B IP addresses of which an estimated 23% are still available]. This is particularly true in light of the anticipated 17 Billion devices that will be installed worldwide by 2012 [Source: IDC Estimates, 2004]. IPv6 preserves everything that's good about today's Internet - and adds much more: unlimited address space to connect everyone and everything, stateless auto-configuration, seamless mobility, automated network management, mandatory security and new optional service levels.

To learn more, check our Forum Israel website: www.ipv6forum-Israel.com

About the IPv6 Forum Israel
The IPv6 Forum Israel is a chapter of the IPv6 Forum dedicated to the advancement and propagation of IPv6 (Internet Protocol, version 6) in Israel. Comprised of individual members, rather than corporate sponsors, the mission is to provide technical leadership and innovative thought for the successful integration of IPv6 into all facets of networking and telecommunications infrastructure, present and future.

About the IPv6 Forum
The IPv6 Forum is a world-wide consortium of leading Internet service vendors, National Research & Education Networks (NRENs) and international ISPs, with a clear mission to promote IPv6 by improving market and user awareness, creating a quality and secure New Generation Internet and allowing world-wide equitable access to knowledge and technology. The key focus of the IPv6 Forum today is to provide technical guidance for the deployment of IPv6. IPv6 Summits are organized by the IPv6 Forum and staged in various locations around the world to provide industry and market with the best available information on this rapidly advancing technology.

For additional information:

  • Organization Contact:
    Limor Schafman, President IPv6 Forum Israel
    +1.703.907.4043
    Info@ipv6forum-israel.com

    Amos Rosenboim
    IPv6 Forum Israel
    05.422.29703
    Amos@oasis-tech.net

  • IPv6 Forum Contact:
    Latif Ladid, President
    Luxembourg
    +352 30 71 34
    Latif.Ladid@ipv6forum.com


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Posted by : forum on Monday, May 22, 2006 - 03:14 PM
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The IPv6 Forum has contributed to an OECD discussion within a workshop on the future of the Internet. Latif Ladid, IPv6 Forum President, and Jim Bound, IPv6 Forum Chief Technology Officer, responded to a number of questions, along with input from Mark Handley, who added "The problem is that addressing is the most fundamental part of the Internet, and it is through addressing (as reflected in routing protocols, etc) that almost all policy is expressed by Internet providers. As we run out of IPv4 addresses, the Internet won't come crashing to a halt. But the technical options will narrow. The effect is that this stiffles what is possible, not only technically, but also from an economic and public policy point of view too."

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Posted by : forum on Monday, May 22, 2006 - 02:54 PM
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Posted by : forum on Monday, May 22, 2006 - 02:23 PM
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The IPv6 Forum is planning the following events:
 
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  Welcome to the IPv6 Forum
IPv6 Forum president Latif Ladid offers a welcome and introduction to the IPv6 Forum.
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In Memoriam Jim Bound

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