Lightning Talks

When: Thursday, 30 August 2012
Time: 16:00 - 17:30 (UTC +7)
Where: Ballroom 1
Chair(s): Dr Philip Smith

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If you have an idea that may make another network operator's life a little easier, or you need feedback on an operational problem, this session is for you. It provides a chance for you to present for a maximum of 7-10 minutes on IPv6 deployment, Internet issues and trends that have emerged in the weeks before APNIC 34. We also welcome you to come along as an audience member to listen or share your views.

Lightning talks are open to all registered APNIC 34 attendees. A Call for presentations will be announced during APNIC 34.

Submission guidelines

  • Title of your talk
  • Short abstract of your talk
  • There is no need to use a presentation file, but if you want to use it them, please limit them to no more than 5 slides

Dr Philip Smith

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IPv6 Country-to-Country BGP Routing Measured

Martin Levy

Using global BGP tools (ie. the archived BGP routing tables at RIPE/RIS and Oregon routeviews as processed by it's possible to understand the amount of inter-country connectivity that exists within a specific region. In this case Asia/Pacific.

Historically (10, 15 years ago) it was thought that there still a lot of North American based tromboned paths; but that has significantly changed for the better. The graphical responses seem to indicate that there's a rich country-to-country interconnection for a subset of the countries within the Asia Pacific region.

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Review of APRICOT-IVI trial SSID and ideas of IPv4/IPv6 transition

Xing Li

This presentation summarize the deployment experience of the stateless IPv4/IPv6 translation in New Delhi meeting and report the recent progress of translation related transition technologies.

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A new look at the IPv6 transition

Paul Wilson

This presentation gives a somewhat different view of the IPv6 transition, through an analogy with the current transition from gasoline to electricity in the transportation industry. The goal is to illustrate a number of points:

- the diversity of players involved and the diversity of impacts and actions required

- the issue of "compatibility" between IPv4 and IPv6

- a motivation for IPv6 which is based in what may be a more familiar "real-life" scenario to some

- a further reinforcement of the need for IPv6

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Richard Barnes

The RPKI is getting mature enough that ISPs can start making use of it. Four out of the five RIRs have production RPKI systems, and enough ROAs have been issued to cover more than 25,000 /24s of IPv4 space and 9,000 /32s of IPv6 space. This talk will provide some pointers to resources that ISPs can use to start learning how they can use the RPKI to help make their routing more secure.

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Key Root Signing Ceremony

Andy Linton

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Root Server Reachability in APAC

Gaurab Raj Upadhaya

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HKIX Plans for 2013

Che-Hoo Cheng

HKIX is planning to set up another core node in 2013 in a new data center within CUHK campus to make it a dual-core design in order to enhance resilience and capacity. Coupled with the upgrade, HKIX is also planning to change the charging model to simple port charge model starting 2013. The author will provide a little bit of details of these plans at his talk.

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Has IPv4 Address Transfer Caused Route Increase?

Shin Shirahata

I observed the route advertisement on transferred IPv4 address block before and after of the transfer. I found the number of transferred IPv4 address block will be increased if current trends continues. Also, I observed hundred of route increase by IPv4 address transfers.

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