[Bp_ipv6] BPF IPv6 - 2nd call, meeting notes

suprita suprita.nitw at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 22:34:02 EDT 2016


A reference to Comcast case study on IPv6 making its network
smarter, greater performance and functional benefits.

http://www.networkworld.com/article/3088322/internet/how-ipv6-lays-the-foundation-for-a-smarter-network.html

Best Regards,
Suprita

On Thu, Jul 14, 2016 at 1:05 PM, Wim Degezelle <wdegezelle at drmv.be> wrote:

> Dear All,
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> Please find below the meeting notes of the 2nd virtual Call of the BPF
> IPv6.
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> A doodle poll to schedule our next meeting follows.
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> Best Regards
> Wim
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> *‘Understanding the commercial and economic incentives beneath a
> successful IPv6 deployment’*
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> *IGF 2016 – BPF IPv6*
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> *2nd Virtual Meeting*
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> 7 July  –  12 pm UTC
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> *Summary*
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> 1.     The 2016 Best Practice Forum on IPv6 held its second open virtual
> (webex) meeting on 7 July 2016 at 12pm UTC. The BPF IPv6 Coordinator, Ms.
> Izumi Okutani the meeting. The Meeting confirmed the BPF’s Scope and Goals,
> discussed the BPF’s structure and work plan, and brainstormed on outreach
> to collect contributions to the BPF’s content.
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> 2.     The webex recording of the meeting can be accessed at:
> https://intgovforum.webex.com/intgovforum/ldr.php?RCID=5213be14d19c0b75a0dc6405d751b8e5
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> 3.     The draft Scope and Goals were distributed on the
> bp_ipv6 at intgovforum.org mailing list on 21 June 2016 and discussed at the
> 1st open Virtual meeting (23 June). No additional comments were received
> after the virtual meeting. The participants confirmed the Scope and Goals
> (annexed). The document will be published on the IGF website.
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> 4.     The general timeframe for the BPF IPv6 was discussed. The proposed
> timeframe envisages the publication of a comprehensive draft for public
> comment by early October, the organization of a Best Practice session
> during the IGF meeting in Guadalajara, and the publication of the final
> outcome of the BPF IPv6 by the end of December 2016.
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> 5.     The participants discussed a work plan to reach the goals of the
> aforementioned timeframe and identified five different stages: (google doc
> <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C7z8MRVBOmBsuWxpl8YivXZWFvksKCq0_ul7TlFJzIU/edit?usp=sharing>
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> I.                Define the problem statement, scope and goals  *(done)*
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> II.               Fact finding:
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> - Observe general trends in IPv6 deployment;
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> - Identify countries and economies with high deployment rates;
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> - Indicate factors, decisions and organizations that explain the high
> deployment in those economies.
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> III.              Collect case studies and analyse the economic and
> business incentives beneath the decision to deploy IPv6.
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> IV.            Collect cases where certain incentives didn’t work or
> deployment was challenged due to specific circumstances.
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> V.             Make observations and conclusions
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> 6.     APNIC, studies on IPv6 deployment in Latin America, the World IPv6
> Launch project (Internet Society), and other were suggested as source for
> the fact-finding.
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> 7.     Participants suggested several cases that would be worth
> analyzing: T-Mobile, Apple, Rabobank, Wells Fargo, Facebook, etc.
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> 8.     It was suggested to collect data on basic economic indicators such
> as GDP, average income, average prices for services, etc., and investigate
> potential links with high IPv6 deployment rates.
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> 9.     The participants discussed outreach on the BPF IPv6. It was agreed
> that two different kind of outreach are needed: (1) outreach to collect
> input for the BPF output document and (2) outreach on the outcome of this
> years BPF.
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> 10.  The participants discussed outreach to parties and organisations
> that could contribute interesting case studies and content to the BPF. It
> was stressed that special effort is needed to reach out outside the
> technical community and involve economic and business decision makers in
> different sectors.
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> 11.  It was noted that later on in the process the BPF should also
> reflect on a strategy to reach out on the outcome of the BPF IPv6. Such a
> strategy should aim to increase the visibility of the 2015 and 2016 outcome
> documents and promote them as a useful source for all involved in processes
> to promote, decide, plan and execute IPv6 deployment.
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> 12.  Next steps:
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> - *Fact-finding*: All are invited to contribute studies, analysis,
> statistics and other material on IPv6 deployment; (on the mailing list or
> google doc)
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> - *Case studies*: All are invited to suggest references for case studies.
> (on the mailing list or google doc)
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> - *Outreach*: The Coordinators will call upon MAG members, in particular
> those representing the business community, to help identifying and reaching
> out to business and economic decision makers.
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> All are invited to reflect on how to involve their networks and network’s
> networks to identify and reach out to business and economic decision makers.
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> - *Next meetings*: a schedule for the upcoming virtual meetings will be
> set up.
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> 13.  Practical information
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> - BPF IPv6 webpage:
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> - BPF IPv6 mailing list: bp_ipv6 at intgovforum.org
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>       *(Subscribe at*
> *http://mail.intgovforum.org/mailman/listinfo/bp_ipv6_intgovforum.org*
> <http://mail.intgovforum.org/mailman/listinfo/bp_ipv6_intgovforum.org>*)*
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> - Brainstorming document: *(google docs) *
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C7z8MRVBOmBsuWxpl8YivXZWFvksKCq0_ul7TlFJzIU/edit?usp=sharing
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> *- summary by Wim Degezelle*
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> *List of Participants*
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> 1.     Olivier Crépin-Leblond
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> 2.     Wafa Dahmani
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> 3.     Marco Hogewoning
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> 4.     Aaron Hughes
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> 5.     Michael Oghia
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> 6.     Douglas Onyango
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> 7.     Sander Steffann
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> 8.     Izumi Okutani (BPF coordinator)
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> 9.     Wim Degezelle (BPF consultant)
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> *Annexes (I)*
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> *IGF IPv6 Best Practice Forum 2016*
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> *Scope and Goals*
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> *Introduction*
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> During the 2015 Best Practice Forum *Creating an Enabling Environment for
> IPv6 Adoption*, part of the Internet Governance Forum’s intersessional
> work program, a group of volunteers from the global multi-stakeholder
> community came together over several months to share, collect and discuss
> different high level practices used around the world that help to promote
> and encourage the global adoption of the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).
>
> The end result of this open and iterative process, was an outcome document
> titled *"Creating an Enabling Environment for IPv6 Adoption."* This
> document was discussed during a dedicated session at the 2015 IGF meeting
> in João Pessoa[1] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftn1> and published on the
> IGF website.[2] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftn2>
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> Last year’s BPF addressed the question of “Why adopt IPv6?” and identified
> hurdles to its deployment. It focussed on the role that IPv6 Task Forces
> and capacity building initiatives play in encouraging IPv6 adoption. The
> BPF also collected best practices from the private sector, and addressed
> various approaches used by different governments, National Research and
> Education Networks, and Universities in promoting and deploying IPv6.
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> There is still opportunity to update the 2015 doc with recent examples to
> keep the document ‘alive’ without having a time-intensive review. We
> encourage all stakeholders to spread words about last year’s BPF document
> on IPv6, as well as to share additional experience and successful case
> studies as the primary means of encouraging adoption.
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> In their conclusions, the BPF group suggested to continue the work on the
> IPv6 BPF in 2016 to address other elements of the IPv6 adoption, in
> particular the economic decision-making model and commercial incentives
> that lie behind a successful implementation of IPv6.
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> *Scope*
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> The IGF BPF on IPv6 will bring together representatives from different
> stakeholder communities and offer a great opportunity to look at the topic
> of IPv6 adoption with focus on economic element and business cases. The BPF
> will not replicate or duplicate work already undertaken by other groups
> (e.g. the substantive work or technical training done by Internet technical
> community). Rather, the BPF will take any such work as a starting point and
> input for the discussion. The BPF should focus on how stakeholders can help
> each other and exchange best practices.
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> *Goals for 2016*
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> Last year’s BPF on IPv6 focused on creating capacity building platforms
> and awareness raising, in the form of national and regional IPv6 taskforces
> and other initiatives.  Building upon the conclusions of last year, the BPF
> on IPv6 organizers now suggest a focus on the *economic decisions* and *commercial
> drivers* behind the decision to adopt IPv6.
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> *Problem statement*
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> Feedback received from the participants to the IPv6 BPF last year,
> especially those with a technical community background, suggests that the
> decision to adopt IPv6 is not only a technical one, but that other economic
> factors play an important role.
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> Most of the networks that make up today’s Internet are built and operated
> on a commercial basis, and must build IPv6 adoption into their business
> plan, accordingly. The same goes for not-for-profit and public sector
> network operators, who must also take into account the cost versus benefit
> when deciding to upgrade their networks to the new version of the Internet
> Protocol. The number of networks that support IPv6 today proofs that IPv6
> adoption is a technically feasible option for businesses. IPv6 adoption is
> on the rise - not only in the global North, but also in a number of states
> in the southern hemisphere and there appears to be little correlation to
> GDP and IPv6. There remains some questions such as:
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> •         Why is there such a difference in IPv6 adoption in comparable
> markets?
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> •         While cost is often cited as a reason not to adopt, why are
> commercial ISPs of all sizes deploying IPv6.
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> Some studies explore the “why and when” of IPv6 adoption[3]
> <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftn3> or try and model the economic effects of
> IPv6 adoption versus the prolonged use of IPv4[4]
> <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftn4>[5] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftn5>, but
> in general there is not that much documentation around the commercial
> aspects of IPv6 adoption, especially not based on specific positive cases
> of adoption. This will be the focus of the 2016 IPv6 BPF.
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> While a lot of technical documentation exists, together with a broad
> spectrum of technically focused capacity building activities, the 2016 BPF
> would like to invite people to share their commercial experiences with
> IPv6, with the aim of establishing a better understanding of the commercial
> and economic incentives that sit beneath a successful deployment of IPv6 in
> commercial as well as public sector networks and Internet services.
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> *Annexes (II)*
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> *Proposed schedule Virtual meetings BPF IPv6*
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> Call 1, mid June:
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> ·       Introduction
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> ·       Kick off discussion Scope and goals
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> Call 2, begin July:
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> ·       Confirm scope and goals
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> ·       Discuss proposed structure and workplan
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> ·       Fact finding (I): collect statistics, identify countries with
> high deployment,
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> ·       Outreach: Who, in those region can explain who/what is behind the
> high figure.
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> Call 3, end July/begin August:
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> ·       Confirm the countries and cases we want to look at;
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> ·       Outreach:
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> ·       Reach out to collect case studies
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> ·       Discuss questions to ask, “What do we want to know from them?”
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> Call 4, end August/begin Sept
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> ·       Evaluate the feedback so far:
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> ·       Discuss content of the case studies;
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> ·       Need for additional cases and outreach?
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> ·       Lessons learned and observations
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> Call 5 / 6, end Sept and early October
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> ·       Observations,
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> ·       List the incentives,
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> ·       Look for cases where the found incentives did not work, and try
> to explain why.
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> ·       (Prepare workshop at IGF)
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> Call 7, mid/end October:
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> ·       Discuss the feedback received via the public platform
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> ·       Review and Update the draft document
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> ·       Prepare workshop and outreach at IGF
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> ·       Outreach plan: How to reach out on the outcome of the 2015 and
> 2016 BPF outcome?;
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> Call 8, mid/end October
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> ·       Outreach plan: How to reach out on the outcome of the 2015 and
> 2016 BPF outcome?;
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> Call 9, begin December
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> ·       Discussion on the feedback received during the workshop and
> public review platform;
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> ·       Final review of the document
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> [1] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftnref1> https://youtu.be/zdjxQYPWRTk
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> [2] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftnref2>
> http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/documents/best-practice-forums/creating-an-enabling-environment-for-the-development-of-local-content/581-igf2015-bpfipv6-finalpdf/file
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> [3] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftnref3>
> http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1759&context=ese_papers
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> [4] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftnref4>
> http://www.caida.org/funding/ipv6-adoption/ipv6-adoption_proposal.xml
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> [5] <#m_-6568127712782119256__ftnref5>
> http://www.rmv6tf.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/1-The-Cost-of-IPv4-IPv6-
> Transition.pdf
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