Winter 2009 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs

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Migration or Stagflation: IPv6, Protocol Number Resource Management, and the Future of the Internet

Time 02/02/09 11:10AM-11:30AM

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Session Abstract

A range of post-IPv4 runout scenarios at the institutional, national, and global levels are presented, illustrating the likely consequences of increased use of NATS and/or private addressing, the emergence of sanctioned and unsanctioned IP address resource "transfer" markets, and the marginal incorporation of IPv6 by some routing domains. Broad (and not very optimistic) commonalities in the outcomes anticipated by all of the scenarios are identified, along with practical strategies for mitigating or adapting to the novel risks of a future characterized by increasingly heterogeneous addressing and routing conventions.

Speakers

Speaker Tom Vest Eyeconomics

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail migration or stagflation? IPv6, protocol number resource management (pdf)

Speaker Steve Cotter Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)

Speaker Tom Vest Eyeconomics

Session Media

media item thumbnail Migration or Stagflation: IPv6, Protocol Number Resource Management, and the Future of the Internet Netcast Archive A range of post-IPv4 runout scenarios at the institutional, national, and global levels are presented, illustrating the likely consequences of increased use of NATS and/or private addressing, the emergence of sanctioned and unsanctioned IP address resource "transfer" markets, and the marginal incorporation of IPv6 by some routing domains. Broad (and not very optimistic) commonalities in the outcomes anticipated by all of the scenarios are identified, along with practical strategies for mitigating or adapting to the novel risks of a future characterized by increasingly heterogeneous addressing and routing conventions. media item thumbnail Migration or Stagflation: IPv6, Protocol Number Resource Management, and the Future of the Internet Netcast Archive A range of post-IPv4 runout scenarios at the institutional, national, and global levels are presented, illustrating the likely consequences of increased use of NATS and/or private addressing, the emergence of sanctioned and unsanctioned IP address resource "transfer" markets, and the marginal incorporation of IPv6 by some routing domains. Broad (and not very optimistic) commonalities in the outcomes anticipated by all of the scenarios are identified, along with practical strategies for mitigating or adapting to the novel risks of a future characterized by increasingly heterogeneous addressing and routing conventions.