APNIC’s Pablo Hinojosa participated at the 29th meeting of the African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC 29) in Hammamet, Tunisia from 26 to 30 November 2018.
The event welcomed 254 participants from 43 economies to participate in training, the AFRINIC Policy Development Process and discuss topics such as the ‘State of IPv6 in Africa’, ‘Lessons learned from the DNSSEC KSK Roll’, and regional ‘CDNs in Africa’.
AFRINIC 29 also included an ‘IPv6 Deployathon’ to help operators deploy IPv6 following best practices, and a session on the ASO Review, entitled ‘Future Relationship between ICANN and RIRs’.
— Musa Stephen Honlue (@mhonlue) November 29, 2018
APNIC’s activities included:
- Pablo Hinojosa gave an update on APNIC’s activities and new service initiatives.
- Pablo gave a summary of recent policy discussion at APNIC.
- He also participated in the ‘Future Relationship between ICANN and RIRs’ session.
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