APNIC proudly supported and participated at the 25th Pacific Network Operators Group (PacNOG 25) meeting in Suva, Fiji, from 2 to 6 December 2019.
The event welcomed 50 attendees from several economies in the Pacific for a one-day conference (including tutorials) and four days of intensive workshops. View the agenda for more information.
- Che-Hoo Cheng gave an update on IP addressing policy proposals and their implementation, the APNIC Academy, and how to participate and engage in APNIC community and training activities.
- Che-Hoo also presented on ‘Keeping Local Traffic Local by Doing Local Peering’, about the concepts of peering, the benefits of local peering, and the possible models of Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) to facilitate easier local peering.
- Warren Finch gave an overview of QR codes, how they can be used maliciously and some of the new security features of the Q platform.
- Warren also conducted the Routing and Route Origin Validation Workshop alongside Community Trainer Etuate Cocker to 28 participants and presented an introductory overview of the session during the conference.
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