Currently IPv6 is a top priority for the Asia Pacific Internet Society. APNIC reached the last /8 of IPv4 addresses in April 2011. Transitioning to IPv6 empowers the Internet to proceed to develop and empowers new, inventive administrations to be produced in light of the fact that more gadgets can associate with the Internet. You can try this link ipv6test.google.com to identify you can use IPv6 without any problem or not. In the whole world still today IPv6 adoption rate is less than 19% (ref 1). InfoLink has been carrying out ipv6 technical trials in our production network for more than a year, and we’ve been working on IPv6 sending for more than 2 years. After such a variety of years of testing preliminary work, huge innovation venture, inward aptitudes advancement, and close coordinated effort with our goal accomplices, I am inconceivably satisfied to report that we’ve accomplished another basic turning point in our move to IPv6 we have begun the commercial pilot deployment of IPv6 (beta) to Bangladesh.
We’re presently one of the leading and first Internet Service Provider (ISP) in bangladesh to begin commercially launch IPv6. This is an awesome breakthrough inside our own company and as well as in the technology business, in the nation.
Finally, in the course of recent years of testing, advancement, and arrangement, Technical department of InfoLink have specifically had an impact in getting us to where we are today, regardless of whether that was creating specialized preparing, directing quality testing, conveying new rigging on our fiber spine, overhauling our get to organize, redesigning our back office networks, and endless different assignments both of all shapes and sizes.
Still there is long way to go. We have to build up our support hands to serve our customers with IPv6. We trust we will ready to conquer this challenge effectively.
As of now the most of websites don’t have IPv6 so it is getting difficult to forward our IPv6 User to peruse those site within best time and latency. Our team is already started to do research and development to make it more efficient.
Currently their is a common solution to do NAT in the system to avoid this problem. Those methodologies are probably going to bring about a few applications, (for example, some ongoing applications) breaking or appearing to be moderate. We are utilizing another way to deal with abstains from breaking or moderating applications and keeps up a superior and quicker broadband Internet encounter.
sooner or later, it’s far well worth noting that that is the start of pilot commercial marketplace deployments as opposed to complete country wide deployment. As such, it is possible that this will not be without technical bugs in the near term. Our focus is in identifying errors and bugs final IPv6 transition issues quickly and fixing them rapidly, so we can soon begin a complete national deployment.
I will like to Thank You to our Technical Team and everybody related to this task who helped us lot with their knowledge and time. Special Thanks to APNIC to support with workshop and documentation.