National Jordanian IPv6 Taskforce
                                         MOICT NITC TRC.
What is IPv6

Remaining IPv4 /8s from IANA

IPv4 address exhaustion and its drawbacks

¢ as more devices and appliances is connecting to the internet   public IPv4 addresses have become relatively scarce. which leads to using NAT, which :

     *Breaks globally unique address model

     *Breaks peer-to-peer model

     *Breaks some applications

     *Breaks some security protocols

     * Breaks some QoS functions

     *Introduces hidden costs

IPv6 mitigates IPv4 address exhaustion

¢IPv6 provides 128 bit address which gives an approximately 2^128 addresses, which is sufficient for current and future internet growth.

IPv6 motivations
IPv6 features & differences
IPv6 adoption
IPv6 Jordan allocation
IPv6 traffic
Taskforce Usefull presentations:
IPv6 Jumbograms
IPv6 address provisioning
Jordan ISP's IPv6 Readiness
Ready IPv6 Providers
IPV6 NITC Allocation
IPv6 Deployment for ADSL