CONFERENCE DAY 2 | WEDNESDAY 18 MARCH 2015
|08.00||WELCOME, REGISTRATION AND COFFEE|
Eric Vyncke, Cisco
|08.30||Applying IPv6 to LTE Networks|
| SK Telecom has adapted IPv6 to wire in 2012 and was the second service provider to deploy IPv6 in mobile networks in 2014.
Introducing transition schemes and issues for migrating IPv6 to wire and wireless networks.
Deoknyong Ko, Broadband Tech Lab Manager, Network Technology R&D Center, SK Telecom
|09.00||Multiple Interface Operation in IPv6|
|When the smart phone has at its disposal the possibility of connecting to more than one network, i.e. 3G wireless network or 802.11 Wireless Fidelity, Wi-Fi network it can use simultaneous connection capability to its advantage in getting better network experience for the user. Different flows can be directed to different interfaces. Flow mobility can be controlled by Packet Data Network Gateway (PDN Gateway) for downlink routing. Flow mobility can be controlled by the host or User Equipment (UE) for uplink routing.
Behcet Sarikaya, Senior Research Engineer, Huawei Technologies
|09.30||Cloudflare: IPv6 Everywhere|
|Cloudflare is a CDN provider that enabled IPv6 by default for 2 million domain names and caused traffic to move worldwide.
Martin J. Levy, Network Strategy, CloudFlare
|10.00||IPv6 to 80% of Residential Subscribers in Belgium: Lessons Learned|
| Telenet, a cable operator in Belgium (with more than 30% of Internet users with IPv6), has deployed IPv6 in 2014 to more than 80% of its residential broadband subscribers. Discussing observations, lessons learned and how IPv6 fits into the overall strategy. Sharing details about planned IPv6-only deployment for mobile customers in 2015.
Hans Thienpondt, Telenet
|11.00||Update from the RIPE BCOP Task Force|
|Presenting the progress that has been made in the BCOP-TF (Best Current Operational Practices Task Force), the documents that are being worked on and the finished documents. There are currently two major work items in the task force:
- An update to RIPE-554
- An IPv6 troubleshooting guide for help desks
Sander Steffann, Ripe & Jan Zorz, Internet Society
|11.30||Overcoming Deployment Challenges with Carrier-Grade IPv6 Services|
|Highlighting several difference between IPv4 and IPv6. Explaining how those differences might affect the scaling and performance characteristics of several features that customers have come to expect on a router.
Ron Bonica, Juniper Networks
|12.00||IPv6 Router Advertisement (RA)|
|Describing ratools, a fast, dynamic, multi-threading framework for creating, modifying and sending IPv6 Router Advertisements (RA). Reporting a recent large field test during the Chaos Communication Congress.
Dan Lüdtke, Network Engineer
Steve Simlo, Cisco
|14.00||LinkedIn IPv6 Deployment Strategy|
|LinkedIn recently enabled IPv6 permanently for its desktop and mobile products. Deploying IPv6 at scale requires cross-functional efforts between infrastructure and application teams. Deployment experiences will be shared, including data on adoption.
Zaid Ali Kahn & Stephanie Schuller, LinkedIn
Alain Fiocco, Cisco 6lab
Erik Nygren, Akamai
Tina Tsou, Huawei
Eric Vyncke, Cisco
Paul Saab, FaceBook
Lee Howard, Time Warner Cable
|15.30||Conscious Home Networks And The IPv4 Sunset|
|Conscious Home Networks And The IPv4 Sunset Legacy IPv4/NAT home networks are increasingly being coupled with wireless mesh networks comprising many small and low-power independent devices that use 6LoWPAN and related IETF protocols to enable what we call the conscious home. These networks are IPv6-only, they don't bridge to Wi-fi and Ethernet very well, and there are too many competing industry conventions for their application protocol frameworks. Routing IPv6 inside and outside the home is the only feasible way to meet that need, and this means the continued utility of legacy IPv4/NAT home networks is seriously imperiled. The IPv4 sunset is coming sooner than most of us think.
James Woodyatt, Nest Labs
|16.00||IPv6 Over Industrial Lowpower Lossy Networks|
|Discussing the Industrial Internet and the crucial role that low-power wireless sensor networks will play to gather these vast amounts of data. Describing how existing industrial wireless technologies must be extended to reach higher scales at lower costs (albeit, with lower guarantees), and the architectural approach and standards that are being developed at 6TiSCH, which encompasses work at IETF, IEEE, and industrial standard bodies.
Pascal Thubert, Principal Engineer, Chief Technology and Architecture Office, Cisco
|17.00||Microsoft IT IPv6 Killer app!...IPv4 Address Depletion|
|Reviewing the corporate IPv6 adoption strategy and the challenges of adopting IPv6 as the primary connectivity protocol. Including Microsoft IT's experience deploying a small IPv6- only wired LAN subnet.
Justine Vick, Microsoft
|17.30||Painting by Numbers: Visualisation of Structured IPv6-addressing|
|After getting IPv6-blocks (::/48 or ::/32) everyone has the problem to structure these addresses in an appropriate way, since otherwise the routing-tables will explode. Showing a two- dimensional approach to get a structured address-plan just by coloring squares (painting by numbers) instead of calculating hexadecimal numbers.
Helge Holz, Dataport
The Interop Platform
The European Advanced Networking Test Center ( EANTC) in collaboration with Upperside Conferences will invite industrials to a multi-vendor MPLS SDN & NFV interoperability test in January 2015, that will be demonstrated during the Congress.
In 2014, Cloud delivery and orchestration were the major focus of the interop along the topics of:
- SDN: OpenFlow and PCE
- IPv6 Migration Scenarios
- MPLS and Ethernet Transport
- Data Center Interconnection
During the congress, EANTC will present results in regular guided tours to conference attendees. The showcase will be open for the full four days of the conferences (Tuesday to Friday).
To get more info, click-here