APNIC participated at the 2020 New Zealand Network Operators Group (NZNOG 2020) meeting in Christchurch, New Zealand, from 28 to 31 January 2020.
The event welcomed 190 participants to hear about topics including DNS64/NAT64 deployment, the complexity of hyperspeed tranceivers and much more. View the program for more information.
- Geoff Huston gave a presentation on DOH and the changing nature of the DNS as infrastructure.
- Geoff also presented on Buffers, Buffer Bloat and BBR.
- Elly Tawhai gave an update on changes to IPv4 delegations and the new IPv4 listing service, IPv6, the DASH product and the APNIC EC election.
- Elly also met with APNIC Members to discuss APNIC products, IPv4 transfers, membership application, and using MyAPNIC.
- Tashi Phuntsho conducted the BGP and Multihoming Techniques and the Route Origin Validation (BGP filtering based on ROAs) tutorials. Tashi also helped some Members create ROAs and update their contact records in MyAPNIC.
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