APNIC participated at the second Indonesian Network Operators Group (IDNOG) from 8 to 12 June 2015 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
IDNOG, which was created in 2014, brings together Indonesian network operators to share operational experience and current best practice information and provide training opportunities to help with Internet growth in their economy. Web archives of the event are available.
- Sanjaya gave a keynote presentation on “ASN interconnection and distribution in Indonesia”, showing the different ways to look at AS interconnection in an economy. One through visualization of the global routing table data, and another one through data collected by the RIPE Atlas probes.
- Wita Laksono presented on IPv4 transfers, with a look at IPv4 transfers in Indonesia, and the benefits of pre-approvals in MyAPNIC.
- Nurul Islam instructed an Advanced MPLS Workshop, which was filled to capacity and well received by the participants.
- Sanjaya also met with members of APJII to discuss plan for APNIC 40, which will be held in Jakarta from 3 to 10 September 2015.
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