APNIC participated at the fourth Nepal Network Operators Group (npNOG 4) meeting in Kathmandu, Nepal from 9 to 14 December 2018.
Established in 2016, npNOG provides network operators who work at ISPs, content providers, telcos, banks, universities, and other areas of the Internet industry in Nepal the opportunity to learn about, and share knowledge on, new Internet technologies.
The event welcomed more than 120 participants who participated in a one-day conference and hands-on workshops on topics including network management and security, IPv6 deployment and fibre to the home (FTTH). Watch a replay of the first session below.
- Pubudu Jayasinghe presented on the ‘Policies that changed the Internet’.
- Pubudu also gave an update on APNIC’s activities and new service initiatives.
- APNIC Community Trainer, Muhammad Moinur Rahman, helped conduct the Network Management and Security workshop.
- Pubudu met with current and prospective APNIC Members to discuss their membership and IP address needs.
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For Nepal the transit was mainly from India. Now I understand it also happening through China. Any pointers.