1 IPv6 in the Greek School Network and Energy-related Pilot Applications Manos Varvarigos
2 Outline: Vision of pilot Objec1ves IPv6 in GSN Smart Power Meters and IPv6 Pilot Results from 10 Schools Conclusions
3 Vision: Mobilise school communi1es for environmental protec1on. Raise energy awareness by interconnec1ng energy smart meters over IPv6 in selected schools intranets. Engaging students on issues of sustainability and empowering in order to make further behavioural energy- saving changes.
4 Community (Schools) Energy Awareness (smart meters) IPv6 (infrastructure) 4
5 Partners: The Computer Technology Ins3tute & Press Diophantus (CTI), is responsible for the administra1on and the daily opera1on of the Greek School Network. Greek Research & Technology Network (GRNET), is responsible for providing networking and cloud compu1ng services to the Greek academic and research communi1es. The Intelen Group, a start- up company providing services to the Energy and ICT sector, such as smart metering, meter data management.
7 Objec1ves: Raise energy awareness Mobilise student community Change student behaviour Reduce energy consumption - economical benefit IPv6 as enabler for the provision of a new service Understanding correlations between the energy consumption and usage of different sets of appliances Innovative educational methods Self-training and students collaboration Social bonds between communities in diverse geographical areas Interaction among students Promote energy efficiency and sustainability campaigns into school community Analyse technical perspective Enhance technical expertise Data Streaming Analysis Enhance IPv6 Service portfolio
8 Greek School Network (GSN)
9 Greek School Network (GSN)
10 IPv6 in GSN The backbone network of GSN is fully IPv6 enabled on all point to point (p2p) links of the primary and secondary nodes of GSN. On the access network, IPv6 interconnection has been activated for most ADSL users, namely for about 85% of the schools.
11 IPv6 in GSN GSN has been delegated one /47 and one /48 IPv6 address spaces from GRNET. The /47 assigned to access network and the /48 assigned to backbone network. The current address space is not adequate to fulfill the future needs of the school networks and GSN will be delegated a /40 address space. OSPFv3 has been selected as a routing protocol for IPv6 interconnection within the GSN The backbone network of GSN is dual stack i.e. supports both IPv4 and IPv6.
12 IPv6 security in GSN Security rules for incoming and outgoing traffic have been expanded to cover IPv6 traffic. Restrictions have been applied to IPv6 traffic in order to prohibit/avoid specific content, e.g. content related to gambling, hate talk, etc, to be delivered to pupils. Semi-automatic access control lists on the virtual templates of the ADSL users are applied.
13 Smart Power Meters and IPv6 The installed power meters in schools collect energy consumption data that are aggregated through Greek School Network via IPv6 to Intelen s cloud based system. The cloud based system feeds the interactive web platform and schools pages with distributed energy data management and stream analytics
14 Case Study
15 Energy Analy1cs
16 Pilot Results from 10 Schools The total energy power savings for 10 school units over a period of 10 weeks was KWh. The electricity school price for energy unit is 0,12 per KWh. The extrapolated power saving per school year (40 weeks) is KWh. School Name Power Saving 1st High School Haidariou 21,30% 8th Primary School Vyrona 24,06% 70th Primary School Athens 39,30% 10th Primary school Haidari 33,38% 7th High School Haidari 36,10% 152th Primary School Athens 38,26% 7th High School Peristeri 39,91% 8th Primary School Dafni 33,39% 1/7th Primary School Athens 31,22% 59ο High School Peristeri 37,60% POWER SAVING IN KWH
17 Pilot Results from 10 Schools No. of Buildings 10 electricity price for schools 0.12 /kwh Av. School Sqm2 Av. Student population ~1800 sqm2 ~250 students Value of savings in 10 weeks 5,872 Av. Energy / day consumption before smart energy meters 96.1 KWh Annual consumption at start (280 days) 26,908 KWh Av. Energy / day consumption after smart energy meters 71.7 KWh Annual consumption per student 108 KWh/student Value of annual savings 5,872 Av Energy savings / day 25.39% Value of annual savings per student 23.5 /student School characteristics Extrapolated Stats
18 IPv6 in Greece IPv6 adoption according to Google: 0,17% IPv6 support in several universities within Greece (the backbone network is IPv6 enabled) IPv6 support is going to be included in the tender of SYZEYXIS-II (i.e., the Greek Public Administration Network) Explicit references to IPv6 in the National e- Government Strategy Hellenic IPv6 Task Force -
19 Future Conclusions Energy Awareness Today School communities become active in energy preservation Change students behaviour towards environmental protection Accurate measurement and control of energy consumption No control of the energy usage at school buildings Reduce energy by at least 10% Use technology to create value for the community IPv6 can become an enabling technology Energy service not possible in IPv4-only environment Simpler security policies Removes NAT problems
20 Conclusions Advanced services create new challenges for the design teams and operations Dissemination plans that will be carried out within the schools and the wider educational community. Self-training of individual students Collaborative efforts between diverse groups within a school
21 Hellenic IPv6 Task Force Activities Participants: Telecom operators, equipment vendors, software development companies, public sector agencies Exchange of knowledge and best practices within the members of the team Several meeting per year Deployment of pilot IPv6 installations. Indicatively: Pilot IPv6 implementations in the networks of the major Telcos in Greece Pilot IPv6 implementation over 3G by Cosmote
22 Monitoring the Quality of IPv6 Interconnection of End Users in Greece Activity for World IPv6 Launch Day on 6th of June, IPv6 brokenness», i.e. the percentage of end users that fail to access digital content over HTTP using IPv6/IPv4,
23 Monitoring the Quality of IPv6 Interconnection of End Users in Greece IPv6 penetration", i.e. the percentage of users with IPv6 connectivity. Absolute number of IPv6 hits
24 IPv6 address types in Greece
25 Overall IPv6 and IPv4 protocol support in Greece
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