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IPv6 Peering and the Hurricane Electric Network IPv6 Native Backbone – Massive Peering!

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IPv6 Peering and the Hurricane Electric Network IPv6 Native Backbone – Massive Peering!

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  1. IPv6 Peering and theHurricane Electric NetworkIPv6 Native Backbone – Massive Peering! 27th May 2008 – NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI Salvador Bahia Brazil Martin J. Levy, Director IPv6 Strategy Hurricane Electric

  2. Hurricane Electric – Roots and History • Founded 14 years ago - ISP & datacenter operator • Roots within the Silicon Valley high-tech community • Nationwide network in 1999 • Starts IPv6 native and tunnel connectivity in 2001 • European expansion in 2005 • Purchased 206,000 sq ft datacenter building in 2006 • Native IPv6 backbone in Q1 2007 • Ranked #1 IPv6 backbone for BGP adjacencies in Q1 2008 • Expands IPv6 TunnelBroker to nine US & European cities • Supports and sponsors global open-software projects The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  3. Hurricane Electric The Network and its Peering The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  4. Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Network Reach All Hurricane Electric POPs are full IPv6 Native routing and peering 10Gbps N by 10Gbps N by 10Gbps IPv6 peering at all major peering points in US and Europe. Private and public peering capacity at 1Gbps & 10Gbps. IPv6 Peering Locations The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  5. Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Peering Points Location Exchange 100FE GigE 10GigE IPv4 Address IPv6 Address Seattle, Washington SIX 10GigE 198.32.180.40 2001:478:180::40 San Francisco Bay Area PAIX Palo Alto 10GigE 198.32.176.20 2001:504:d::10 EQUINIX-SJC 10GigE 206.223.116.37 2001:504:0:1::6939:1 Los Angeles, CA Any2-LAX 10GigE 206.223.143.122 2001:504:13:0:0:0:0:1A LAIIX GigE 198.32.146.50 2001:504:a::a500:6939:1 EQUINIX-LAX 10GigE 206.223.123.37 2001:504:0:3::6939:1 Chicago, Illinois EQUINIX-CHI 10GigE 206.223.119.37 2001:504:0:4::6939:1 Dallas, Texas EQUINIX-DAL 10GigE 206.223.118.37 2001:504:0:5::6939:1 New York PAIX New York 10GigE 198.32.118.57 2001:504:f::39 NYIIX 10GigE 198.32.160.61 2001:504:1::a500:6939:1 NYCX GigE 198.32.229.22 BIGEAPE 100FE 2001:458:26:2::500 Washington, DC EQUINIX-ASH 10GigE 206.223.115.37 2001:504:0:2::6939:1 Miami, Florida NOTA 10GigE 198.32.124.176 2001:478:124::176 London, England LINX 10GigE 195.66.224.21 2001:7f8:4:0::1b1b:1 LoNAP GigE 193.203.5.128 2001:7f8:17::1b1b:1 Amsterdam, Netherlands AMS-IX 10GigE 195.69.145.150 2001:7f8:1::a500:6939:1 NL-IX GigE 193.239.116.14 2001:7f8:13::a500:6939:1 Paris, France PaNAP 10GigE 62.35.254.111 2001:860:0:6::6939:1 Frankfurt, Germany DE-CIX 10GigE 80.81.192.172 2001:7f8::1b1b:0:1 The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  6. AS Number Provider /32 2001:504:0:2::6939:1 198.32.180.40 2001:478:180::40 Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Addressing • IPv6 addressing at NAP/IX’s • Sometimes using BCD encoding • Sometimes by “duplicating” the IPv4 addresses The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  7. Hurricane Electric – Where to peer next? • Simply put: • We only expand the network into IPv6 enabled NAP/IX’s! • So where next? • AtlantaIX (Atlanta, Georgia) • TorIX (Toronto, Canada) • … and more The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  8. Hurricane Electric – Network Philosophy • Single hardware partner – Foundry Networks • 20 months into IPv6 native network deployment • Partnered to “iron-out” operational issues • Efficient per-port costs (at 1Gbps & 10Gbps) • Full sflow data vs. “nothing” on “C” & “J” platform • MPLS capable POP to POP to POP • Provides granular control of network bandwidth • Clean network design end-to-end – no legacy elements • Scalable! The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  9. Hurricane Electric Where did all this lead us? (or –was it worth it?) The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  10. Hurricane Electric Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Status (CAIDA) CAIDA status as of January 2008 – Further improved since See: http://www.caida.org/research/topology/as_core_network/ipv6.xml for full description and explanation. The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  11. Hurricane Electric Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Status (CAIDA) Center of CAIDA graph Yes! The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  12. Hurricane Electric #1 – 216 plus BGP associations Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Status (Oregon) Data extracted from http://bgp.potaroo.net/v6/as6447/bgp-as-adj.txt. The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  13. Hurricane Electric Native peering vs. all those tunnels The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  14. Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Tunnel Broker Geographically diverse locations allowing customers best routing 10Gbps N by 10Gbps N by 10Gbps IPv6 Tunnel Broker Locations The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  15. Hurricane Electric – TunnelBroker stats Google announcement matches IETF meeting timeline The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  16. Hurricane Electric – IPv6 Native Services • IPv6 native router platform across all POP’s • All IPv6 BGP customer connections are native • IPv6 dual-stack & native DNS servers • IPv6 dual-stack & native NTP servers • IPv6 & IPv4 public looking glass & route servers • 24/7 NOC with IPv6 expertise • Datacenter facilities with IPv6 hosting services The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy

  17. Q&A ? Contact: Martin J. Levy Director, IPv6 Strategy Hurricane Electric 760 Mission Court Fremont, CA 94539, USA http://he.net/ martin at he dot net +1 (510) 580 4167 The Hurricane Electric Network - IPv6 Massive Peering! - NAPLA 2008 at LACNIC XI - Salvador, Bahai, Brazil - Martin J. Levy - Director IPv6 Strategy