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					                BSNL & IPv6

                Global IPv6 Summit
                     Bangalore
                   Jan 3-5, 2001
                hsgupta@vsnl.com
4th Jan, 2001         Data Networks Circle
                  Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                     Agenda
•   BSNL
•   Activities
•   Internet Setup
•   Plans
•   IPv6 in BSNL



4th Jan, 2001        Data Networks Circle
                 Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                     BSNL
• Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
• Existence from 1st Oct, 2000
• Earlier, it was a govt. department.
  (DOT/DTS/DTO)




4th Jan, 2001       Data Networks Circle
                Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                       Activities
• Provides voice and non-voice telecom
  services throughout the country.
• Main Services
      –   PSTN
      –   ISDN
      –   X.25 & Frame Relay (Inet)
      –   Point to Point Leased lines

4th Jan, 2001             Data Networks Circle
                      Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                Internet Setup
• National ISP
• Commissioned National Internet Backbone
  (NIB) Phase-I (45 A & B Type Nodes)
• Number of POPs more than 400
• Services Offered
      – PSTN & ISDN Dialup (National Roaming)
      – Dedicated leased lines

4th Jan, 2001         Data Networks Circle
                  Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
           Internet Setup (continued)
• 6 Gateways (New Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta,
  Chennai, Bangalore and Pune).
• Domain “sancharnet.in”.




4th Jan, 2001         Data Networks Circle
                  Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                           Plans
• Immediate
      – POPs at all the district headquarters
      – Internet dhabas at all the block headquarters
• National Internet Backbone Phase-II.
• Direct International Gateway



4th Jan, 2001            Data Networks Circle
                     Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                  IPv6 in BSNL
• Some of the Drivers for IPv6
      – 59 class A addresses required if all the present
        Indian population is given an IP address each.
      – Tight address assignment for customer use
        (RIRs 2nd Opinion etc.)
      – Mobile Applications, Home Devices etc.
      – Multi-homing creates complex scenarios in
        IPv4(Growth of Internet Routing Tables)
4th Jan, 2001            Data Networks Circle
                     Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
            IPv6 in BSNL(continued)
• Benefits
      –   Expanded Address space
      –   Ease of renumbering
      –   Simplicity
      –   Security
      –   Manageability



4th Jan, 2001            Data Networks Circle
                     Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
           IPv6 in BSNL (continued)
• Objectives
      – Connecting to 6Bone to gain experience
      – To accumulate know-how on operation
      – Closely watch the developments related to
        transition issues
      – Continuos update with current IPv6
        development
      – Acquire sub-TLA from APNIC
      – Increase BGP connection with sub -TLAs
4th Jan, 2001           Data Networks Circle
                    Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited
                THANK YOU




4th Jan, 2001       Data Networks Circle
                Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited

				
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