(sorry these are coming out delayed, I had to deal with an internal
for much of yesterday afternoon. --Matt)
2006.06.06 CC1 ENUM LLC
6bone is being shut down today, on the grounds
that IPv6 is live and commercial, based on Jeordi's
Quotes slide, link to page you can register your
Moderator for second session,
Vish from Netflix, member of program committee.
couple of topics to talk about; will start off
with Karen Mulberry
from Neustar talking about the US ENUM trial
This is her first NANOG, very informative,
CC1 ENUM LLC --what is it?
some background: north american numbering plan,
formed sept 2004 by industry
CC1 shared by 19 countries? US and canada and
LLC obtained the CC1 ENUM trial delegation in Feb 2006
1 exists at RIPE, points to a server in Canada,
waiting for the rest to happen.
USG "guiding principle" and canadian government
and carribean--interoperate, protect privacy,
foster innovation, promote competition.
US Trial is for End User ENUM ONLY
applied to FCC for numbering for trial, waiver
hasn't been given yet; only regional numbers,
no 800, toll free, or other non-geo numbers used
No testing in enum.arpa? of carrier enum.
CC1 ENUM trial
test service as interface within CC1, specifically
CIRA will host the temporary Tier 1 registry
Each CC1 country must opt into ENUM trial, gets
their own Tier 1 registry
CIRA just handles 800 area codes for CC1 for US
Canada itself has a trial committee, they are
preparing their own corp. to handle Canada.
And Jamaica is going to do their own.
US Trial, TPAC is committee of trial participants,
will produce trial results.
Each country will do their own Tier 1B registry
Trial roles--a number identified; Tier1B is a subset
of a Tier1 registry
Local exchange provider has to provide...
[wow, slide went fast]
Trial in 3 phases.
phase 2 is under development; phase 3 has some
proposals. Phase 1 is underway.
TPAC (trial committee) -- 11 members signed MOU
developed documents thus far
TPAC US trial estimated timeline
phase 1: registry infrastructure
late june/july, lasts 2 months, starts
after FCC grants waiver
phase 2: registry/registrar interface
expected to start aug, lasts 2 months
depends on when phase 1 ends, depends on FCC
phase 3 applications
later this fall
CC1 timeline as of march 2006
[eyechart slide, good luck reading it.]
By Q4 2006, an RFP will be issued for commercial
tier1 and tier1B registries for CC1, goal to go
live mid 2007.
tier 1A (for all CC1)
tier 1B for US
expect to see the RFPs Q3/Q4 2006,
beta late next year.
Challenges facing enum
defining the global standard for Carrier/Infrastructure
Protecting end user security and privacy
managing opt in requirements
ensuring verification and authentication
integrating domestic/global policy mandates.
how do we integrate what happens in the US with
the rest of the world.
CC1 ENUM info resources
Q: What about bringing carrier/operator enum to IETF
in regards to that.
Moving on to next speaker now.