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Ipv6 Deployment and Management

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5/13/2013
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Summary

Every computer or device that accesses the Internet uses the Internet Protocol (IP) to communicate. This book discusses the latest version of IP, version 6 or IPv6. While the IPv6 specifications have existed for more than a decade, deployment has been lackluster. However, with the announcement in 2011 that the current IP version, IPv4, has nearly run out, interest in IPv6 has grown substantially. This is due to the fact that new Internet users will by necessity have to use IPv6 addresses. This will change the Internet over time from a homogeneous IPv4 network to a mixed IPv4-IPv6 Internet. To communicate ubiquitously on the Internet, organizations will need to support both protocols of the mixed IPv4-IPv6 Internet.

Author Biography

Timothy Rooney has worked with IP technologies in various capacities over the last 17 years, including systems engineering and development. He has an extensive background in IP, telecommunications, wireless services and software. Prior to joining BT Diamond IP, Tim worked at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Cingular, Triton PCS and Lucent, including a leadership role managing the VitalQIP software product to its peak as market leader. While at BT Diamond IP, Tim has managed the engineering development and market introduction of four next-generation IP management systems: NetControl, IPControl, Sapphire appliances and ImageControl. Tim has written two IPAM books and holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Engineering Sciences from Drexel and a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University.

Michael Dooley is responsible for overall operations of the BT Diamond IP division. Prior to joining the team, he was President and CEO of Diamond IP Technologies, a company that was acquired by INS, and in turn by BT. Before Diamond IP Technologies was formed, Michael was Vice President of Operations for the VitalSoft line of software products at Lucent Technologies, and Vice President of Engineering at Quadritek Systems. Michael has more than 20 years of experience managing and developing large scale software products. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 IPV6 DEPLOYMENT DRIVERS

The Internet: A Success Story

Supply Side Issues

Internet at a Crossroads

Which Internet are you on?

Emerging Applications

IPv6 Business Case

CHAPTER 2 IPV6 OVERVIEW

IPv6 Key Features

The IPv6 Header

IPv6 Extension Headers

IPv6 Addressing

Address Notation

Address Structure

IPv6 Address Allocations

Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6 (ICMPv6)

IPv6 Ping

Multicast Listener Discovery

Multicast Router Discovery

Neighbor Discovery Protocol

Secure Neighbor Discovery (SEND)

Inverse Neighbor Discovery

Router Renumbering

Node Information Query

IPv6 Address Autoconfiguration

Modified EUI-64 Interface Identifiers

Duplication Address Detection (DAD)

Mobile IPv6

Reserved Subnet Anycast Addresses

Required Host IPv6 addresses

IPv6 Routing

CHAPTER 3 IPV4-IPV6 CO-EXISTENCE TECHNOLOGIES

Dual Stack

Implementing Dual Stack

Which Address is used?

DNS Considerations

DHCP Considerations

Tunneling Approaches

Tunneling Scenarios for IPv6 Packets over IPv4 Networks

Tunnel Types

Tunneling Scenario for IPv4 Packets over IPv6 Networks

Tunneling Summary

Translation Approaches

IP/ICMP Translation

Bump in the Host (BIH)

Network Address Translation for IPv6-IPv4 (NAT64)

Other Translation Techniques

Application Support of IPv6

Service Provider IPv4-IPv6 Co-Existence*

Reference Architecture

Deployment Approaches Overview

Routing Infrastructure Deployment Approaches

Comparison of Deployment Approaches

Addressing and DNS Considerations

CHAPTER 4 IPV6 READINESS ASSESSMENT

Putting a Plan in Place

IP Network Inventory

IPv6 Readiness

Discovery

IPv6 assessment

IPv6 To Do List

IPv6 Readiness Assessment Summary

CHAPTER 5 IPV6 ADDRESS PLANNING

Internet Registries

RIR Address Allocation Policies

Address Allocation Efficiency

IPv6 Address Planning

IPv6 Address Allocation Methods

Best Fit Method

Sparse Allocation Method

Random Allocation

DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation

Unique Local Address (ULA) Space

Defining your IPv6 address plan

Multi-Homing and IP Address Space

IP Address Planning Summary

CHAPTER 6 IPV6 SECURITY PLANNING

The Good News: IP is IP

The Bad News: IPv6 is Not IPv4

Update your Security Policy

Network Perimeter Monitoring and Intrusion Prevention

IPv6 Address Filtering

ICMPv6 Messages

Extension Headers

Internal Network Protection

Network Reconnaissance

Network Access

DHCPv6

DNS

Anycast Addressing

Internal Network Filtering

Network Device Security Considerations

Mobile IPv6 Security

Mobility Extension Header

Mobile IPv6 Vulnerabilities

IPv4-IPv6 Co-Existence Measures

Securing Tunneling Implementations

Securing Translation Implementations

Summary

CHAPTER 7 IPV6 NETWORK MANAGEMENT PLANNING

Management Model

Network Management Scope

Network Inventory

IP address inventory

The management network

The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Configuration Management

Fault Management

Accounting Management

Performance Management

Methods and Procedures

Summary

CHAPTER 8 MANAGING THE DEPLOYMENT

Integrating Plans

Project Management

Testing Deployment

Production Deployment

CHAPTER 9 MANAGING THE IPV4-IPV6 NETWORK

Common Network Management Tasks

Configuration Management

Network Allocation Related Tasks

Adding a new device

Deletion Tasks

Address Renumbering or Movement Tasks

Block/Subnet Splits

Block/Subnet Joins

DHCPv6 Server Configuration

DNS Server Configuration

Prefix Renumbering

Fault Management

Fault Detection

Troubleshooting and Fault Resolution

Accounting Management

Inventory Assurance

Address Reclamation

Performance Management

Services Monitoring

Address Capacity Management

Auditing and Reporting

Security Management

Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity

CHAPTER 10 IPV6 AND THE FUTURE INTERNET

Technology Enablers

The Internet’s Dark Side

The Internet’s Bright Future

Living Smarter

Keeping Track

Extensible Healthcare

Public Safety

Credit Cards of the future

Consumer Applications

Conclusion

APPENDIX 1:IPV6 READINESS ASSESSMENT BOILERPLATE REVISION 1

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