APNIC participated in RIPE 82, held online from 17 to 21 May 2021.
The event welcomed 1,172 registered attendees (averaging 550 views per day) to the third virtual meeting, participating in working groups, policy, and two plenary sessions. There was also a ‘Cybersecurity Challenge‘, where hackers had to try and beat an AI.
- At the IPv6 working group Geoff Huston gave an update on measurements APNIC Labs has done on fragmentation loss rates in IPv6.
- At the DNS working group, Geoff and João Damas presented metrics on DNS centrality, focusing their research on resolvers.
- At the Plenary session, Geoff presented on the evolution of the DNS.
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