APNIC participated in RIPE 83, held online from 22 to 26 November 2021.
The event welcomed 1,126 registered participants, including 240 newcomers. The five-day RIPE 83 meeting included workshops, plenary, and working group (WG) sessions on topics relating to IPv6, routing, and the DNS.
- George Michaelson gave an overview of ‘bad traffic’ findings at the economy-level, using the Dashboard for Autonomous System Health (DASH), highlighting persistent and transient clusters of suspicious activity originating from various locations.
Read more about RIPE 83 presentations: Notes from RIPE 83.
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