Saturday, August 04, 2012

Blog Bangkok: Updated my IPv6 Hard-Disc with latest migration approaches

However Bangkok city is well developed, peoples are still in the phase of civilization and system is still in the phase of like under-developing. “First Impression is the Last Impression”. It was amazing that the driver who drive us from subarnabhumi airport to nonthaburi (almost 40KM) hotel, charged us 700bhat plus 100 Bhat for express way charge. Me and Mr. Surya Lamichhane both were happy reaching the hotel in time and provided the taxi fare with additional 20Bhat as tips, but we paid a total amount of 280Bhat plus 100 Bhat at express charge while returning back from hotel to Subarnabhumi airport following the same route .  Only taxi meter is not trustworthy, better use bill printing system too. If somebody do overbilling then ……
Anyway, the four days Bangkok training workshop on “IPv6 Migration Strategies for Telecom Service Providers”, was really became the fruitful one for me. Thorough knowledge on migration approaches has been covered. Presentations from ISOC representatives, Japanese KDDI, Thai AIS, Alcatel Lucent and especially the remarkable presentations with demonstration of routing configuration from Philip Smith of APINIC helps me to overwrite the old hard-disc of my mind with new and the recent approaches of migration techniques.
With my thesis on 2008, I had expected that the world would have IPv6-only network only after 2030. “It is envisaged that the internet will operate Dual-STACK (co-existence of IPv4 and IPv6 both) for many years to come”. This was one of the conclusions drawn from this workshop too.  Therefore there are only three options for ISPs regarding IPv6 migration: