APNIC Members can now run Resource Public Key Infrastructure operations inside MyAPNIC, including generating an ‘AS0’ Route Origin Authorization.
Is it time we review the way we record resource geolocation to be more in line with users’ needs?
The 29th DNS-OARC workshop was a remarkably effective DNS meeting, with a wealth of operational experience and engagement.
Here are a few moments I’ve captured from the first two days of the RIPE 77 meeting happening this week.
RPSL changes at the RIPE NCC on 4 September will affect APNIC region resource holders.
A recent significant deployment in Taiwan has quickly lifted the economy’s IPv6 capability to almost 10%.
What people were speaking about at the recent Global IPv6 Summit in Hangzhou, China.
APNIC has completed the process of transitioning to a new RPKI single trust anchor configuration.
RIPE NCC will soon close off the creation of new foreign ROUTE and ROUTE6 objects in their database. Read why.
How can the decline of analogue radio benefit Internet connectivity?