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APJII suggest that Internet Service providers Ready to migrate
Friday, December 07, 2007 | 05:31 WIB

TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta: Association of Internet Service Internet Company (APJII) require the company’s Internet service provider to prepare themselves migrated to the Internet address protocol version IPv4 addresses for IPv4 Internet protocol version is almost full. "In two years with the same IPv4 address is exhausted," the Chairman APJII Sylvia Sylvia Sumarlin in Jakarta, Thursday (6 / 12).

He said, the company’s Internet service provider should begin migrating although expensive investment. Before investing, the better the company began using the tools that are ready system (dual system ready) bermigasi to IPv6. "There is no other way," said Sylvia in Jakarta, Thursday (6 / 12).

The government is now being set up IPv6 addresses. Some of the steps the policy community is being prepared with the internet service providers.

He admitted to migrate from IPv4 to IPv6, infrastructure investment and the value is quite expensive. Start at the beginning of the internet in year 1995-1996, the value of the investment is only U.S. $ 300 thousand (approximately Rp 750 million). However, the current value of investment increased dramatically.

In addition to the constraints of expensive investment, according to him, there are several obstacles that prevent, namely Ipv6 international backbone network and local network that are not yet available.

Furthermore, he said, private sector participation, especially for the Internet service provider is needed. "I started making sites with IPv6," said Sylvia.

In addition, education to the community also needed. Moreover, current education and socialization of IPv4 this also has not been completed.

Currently there are 144 registered concessionaire company providing internet servive provider (ISP) and the 27 principles of concessionaire companies ISPs across the country. The number of internet users in the country continue to grow. In 2002 reached a new 5 million, in 2007, has now reached 20 million users. However, if the amount is calculated from the total population, the new 9 percent of the total population of Indonesia

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