Guest Post: The establishment of the Vanuatu IXP has significantly improved Internet experience for the local community
No doubt we have all heard that the Internet is really quite big. Is there anyway to “see” the entirety of this network?
What’s the average announcement?
As the open source community is only a benefit to everyone as long as people contribute to it, over the years the APNIC technical team has released some work as open source.
There are a variety of topics offered – DNS, IPv6, Network Security, Routing and Internet Resource Management free to access from the comfort of your office.
Are you Ready to ROA? Adli Wahid discusses Resource Origin Authorizations and why you should create yours now in MyAPNIC.
A huge milestone was achieved this morning when the CRISP team submitted the finalized response document to the ICG (IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group).
For a few dedicated network engineers in Kathmandu, 25 to 27 December 2014 was a chance to learn at an ISOC Nepal Chapter and Internet Exchange Nepal (NPIX) workshop.
To welcome in the new year, APNIC asked a cross section of the Asia-Pacific numbering community for their thoughts on last year, and for their predictions for the Internet in 2015.
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