APNIC 40 will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 3-10 September 2015.
The CRISP team met twice this week and the draft response to the Request for Proposal for IANA stewardship transition is scheduled to be released to the community later today for feedback.
Guest Post: When it comes to the network layer, let’s look into how IPv6 could be applied.
A short presentation summarizing the US Government’s oversight role, the current contractual relationship between US Government and ICANN, the transition process, and RIR proposals.
Over the course of a few paragraphs, this article will describe the process of constructing a map of the APNIC region for dynamic web display, going into some technical details of maps, projections, and tools.
APNIC staff attended the ninth annual NASSCOM-DSCI Summit in Mumbai, India 10-11 December.
Nurul Islam discusses in detail a common query posed at technical workshops – the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size manipulation on a router interface and its relationship with the TCP Maximum Segment Size (MSS).
The Internet’s Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is one of the most critical components of today’s Internet. However, it does not just work all by itself, and within each network the configuration and operation of the routing system are of critical importance.
Last night, the CRISP team met for the second time this week.
We’re hiring for two people who will be strong communicators and ambassadors for APNIC.