NISN service transition plans - Download as PowerPoint by 4HlMdi4

VIEWS: 10 PAGES: 8

									    NISN IPV6 Project
         NIPV6

NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon
   Monday, January 13, 2006

           Ken White
                                 Agenda

   •       IPV6 Addressing Guidelines
   •       Various Working Groups
   •       OMB
   •       Schedule




03/13/06                 NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon   2
                      IPV6 Agency Address Guidelines

 The guidelines that are being followed are:
 – /48 in the general case, except for very large subscribers
 – /64 when it is known that one and only one subnet is needed by design
 – /128 when it is absolutely known that one device is connecting

 The Agency received from the America Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)
 IPV6 address allocation:
 – 2001:04d0::/32

 As a result of the prescribed guidelines the Agency IPV6 Address space was assigned
 in the following manner:
 NISN                         2001:04d0:0000::/40         2001:04d0:3f00::/40
 Spare                        2001:04d0:4000::/40         2001:04d0:04d0::/40
 Autonomous System            2001:04d0:8000::/40         2001:04d0:bf00::/40
 Spare                        2001:04d0:c000::/40         2001:04d0:ff00::/40

 From the Assigned Logical Space the Testbed was Allocated IPV6 Address Space:
 – NISN Prototype Network (NPN) 2001:04d0:8100::/40
 – NASA Research Education Network (NREN) 2001:04d0:9b00::/40

03/13/06                       NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon                        3
                        IPV6 Working Group (IPV6WG)

   •       The IPV6WG is a group of engineers interested in testing and evaluating
           IPV6 technologies.
   •       The group consists of civil servants and contractors located at NASA
           Centers
            – CIO Office at Glenn Research Center
            – EOS Project at Goddard Space Flight Center
            – NISN Mission Network Support at Goddard Space Flight Center
            – NASA Agency DNS Group at Marshall Space Flight Center
            – NISN Network Engineering Support at Marshall Space Flight Center
            – NISN Mission Support Network Systems at Marshall Space Flight
              Center
            – NISN Security Team both Mission and Mission Support Network
            – NREN Engineering Team at Ames Research Center



03/13/06                          NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon                   4
             NISN IPV6 Working Group (NIPV6WG)

   The NIPV6WG is the NISN internal engineering group developing the
   process to implement IPV6 on NISN
       – Developed NISN IPV6 Project Plan
       – Developing NISN IPV6 Transition Plan
       – Developing NISN IPV6 Overall Implementation Schedule

   The NIPV6WG group consists of NISN support personnel
       – NISN Security Team
       – NISN Management Systems Team
       – NISN Engineering Team
       – NISN Agency DNS Team

   Developing NISN response to federal network guidelines

03/13/06                  NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon             5
                          Routing Working Group

   • Monthly telecon to discuss external connectivity and issues at the
     NISN peering points
   • Typically meet 4th Tuesday of the month
   • Telecon members typically consist of attendees from:
         – Kennedy Space Center
         – Johnson Space Center
         – Stennis Space Center
         – Glenn Research Center
         – UNITeS Engineer Team
         – Ames Internet Exchange




03/13/06                   NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon               6
                Current NISN Compliance OMB Direction
   Completed Initial NISN Hardware Inventory on both the Mission and Mission Support
   Network

   Currently Documented Hardware Cost for Non-Compliant Hardware:
        – Estimating cost of equipment currently installed
        – Determine if compliant equipment is in storage
        – Consisting of both the Mission and Mission Support Network

   Initial Analysis of the Impact to the NISN Intrusion Detection Systems is in Progress:
          – TCP Dump is IPV6 compliant
          – Snort is not enabled for IPV6

   Initial Analysis of the Impact to the Network Management System is Complete. System
   Consists of Several Services to Manage NISN:
          – eHealth
          – nGenius
          – eLive
          – Estimated dates have been provided by the vendor but with no guarantees




03/13/06                          NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon                          7
                                        NISN Next Steps

   •       Begin Impact Analysis                                     11/15/05
   •       Complete IPV6 Project Plan                                12/30/05
   •       Start High Level Transition Plan                          01/01/06
   •       *Complete Transition Plan                                 04/01/06
   •       NISN Core Router Hardware Upgrade Complete                04/15/06
   •       Define Security Architecture                              05/31/06
   •       Impact Analysis Complete                                  06/30/06
   •       Phase II Hardware Inventory                               07/01/06
   •       Implementation Plan Compete                               09/01/06
   •       Security, DNS & Network Management Requirements Developed 12/31/07
   •       Testing and Validation Start                              12/31/07
   •       Initiate Pilot NISN Backbone                              07/01/07
   •       Full IPV6 Capability                                      01/30/08
   •       OMB Directed IPV6 Transition Complete                     06/27/08

   * This Transition Plan applies only to the NISN core.




03/13/06                          NISN Quarterly Customer Videocon              8

								
To top