APNIC participated at the 65th North American Network Operators Group (NANOG 65) from 5 to 7 October 2015, and following that, the 36th American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN 36) public policy and members meeting from 8 to 9 October 2015.
Welcoming 876 registered participants, including 278 newcomers, NANOG 65 included technical content on security, routing, peering and the DNS, as well as a keynote presentation by Jack Water, CTO of Level3 Communications, on the technical and non-technical challenges facing the Internet today, including IPv4 exhaustion in the ARIN region.
The two-day ARIN 36 event discussed 11 policy proposals, had a report of IPv6 activities from the most recent IETF meeting, and an update on the IANA Stewardship Transition process.
- At NANOG 65, Geoff Huston presented at the DNS track on the scenarios seen when undertaking a roll of the DNS root keys. Geoff spoke about this experiment at the recent APNIC 40 in Jakarta.
- Geoff also wrote about his NANOG 65 experience in this report.
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