The APNIC policy community was not the only RIR community to consider proposals relating to IPv4 transfers in 2017.
APNIC’s long-standing engagement with the International Telecommunications Union is based on the shared goal to assist developing economies.
The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the three proposals reaching consensus at the APNIC 44 Open Policy Meeting in Taichung, Taiwan.
Three of the six policy proposals discussed at the Open Policy Meeting at APNIC 44 in Taichung, Taiwan reached consensus.
Managing the remaining IPv4 /8, leasing address space, and IPv6 allocation procedures are among the proposals to be discussed at the three-session Open Policy Meeting at APNIC 44 next month.
Interested in the management of Internet number resources in the Asia Pacific? Get involved in APNIC policy discussions on the Policy SIG mailing list and at APNIC 44.
Three proposals to change IPv4 and transfer policies will headline discussions at the upcoming APNIC 43 Policy Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting.
Standards work around Digital Object Architecture and policy, regulatory, and economic issues related to the Internet were topics of note to the Internet number community at WTSA-16.
A summary of the three APNIC Policy SIG (Special Interest Group) meetings during the recent APNIC 42 Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Outcomes from the fourth and final Asia Pacific Telecommunity (APT) preparatory meeting for the ITU’s WTSA 16 included changes to three existing Resolutions and three new proposed Resolutions.