Papua New Guinea can expect an improved Internet experience with the launch of PNG-IXP.
The APNIC Training team had a busy year in 2016.
Learn how we’re continually upgrading our training lab and workshops to meet current and future demand.
Calling all experienced Internet operations engineers – you can help APNIC meet the demand for Internet operations training in the Asia Pacific.
Simple how-to that will help you get and advertise your IPv6 prefix from your Cisco, Juniper or Huawei border router.
APNIC offers a selection of face-to-face and online training to Members and the wider community. Find the APNIC training that suits your needs.
Our IPv6 training guru explains how ISPs are preparing their IP core networks for IPv6 deployment.
Perhaps every network engineer has got some understanding about OSPF LSDB (Open Shortest Path First Link State Database) but how many can read the topology table on a router and decide which LSAs are necessary and which are not for an ISP network?
Nurul Islam discusses in detail a common query posed at technical workshops – the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size manipulation on a router interface and its relationship with the TCP Maximum Segment Size (MSS).
Sometimes, an APNIC Training session takes on a different flavour. Nurul Islam discusses his recent PacINET 2014 experience.