The APNIC Policy Development Process is an open, transparent and bottom-up process of consultation and consensus.
Policy changes related to multihoming, validation of IRT contacts, and unmet IPv4 requests have been implemented.
Changes to the IPv4 transfer process allow Members to receive resources more efficiently.
The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the adoption of policy proposals that reduce the maximum IPv4 delegation size to a /23 and abolish the IPv4 waiting list.
An interim arrangement for IPv4 address delegations from 103/8 is now in place.
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There are five proposals related to IPv6, ASN, IPv4 and the Policy Development Process to be discussed at the APNIC 47 Open Policy Meeting.
Here are three of our best thought provoking reads from 2018 for your holiday break.
Anne Lord helps answer a question that is often asked about APNIC Policy: how was the current policy process created in the first place?
With 2-byte ASN exhaustion rapidly approaching, Geoff Huston helped develop a policy and plan that successfully transitioned the Internet to 4-byte ASNs.