IDNIC, which is a part of the National Internet Registry APJII, held the OPM to discuss policies related to IP numbers that affect Indonesian network operators, and hold their Board of Trustees election.
APNIC activities at IDNIC OPM 2016:
- Sanjaya gave two presentations discussing APNIC’s regional resource policy (see below) and the need for more Indonesian ASNs to announce IPv6 prefixes.
- Fakrul Alam presented on APNIC’s Technical Assistance Service, which is available to all APNIC Members and members of National Internet Registries like IDNIC.
- Sanjaya and Wita Laksono, along with local APNIC and APJII members, met with government representatives to discuss their resource needs and answer their questions about IPv6.
- In conjunction with the OPM, Fakrul and Wita facilitated a three-day workshop on DNSSEC, with assistance from regional trainer Suman Kumar Saha (Amber IT Ltd. Bangladesh).
Before the OPM, Fakrul and Wita visited two APNIC Members as part of APNIC’s Technical Assistance Service where they assisted with creating ROA’s, demonstrating RPKI and RPSL processes, and answering questions about routing security, DDoS mitigation, route performance measurement and IPv6.
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