Guest Post: What role does the technical community have to play when it comes to cyber norms?
You are invited to join a community consultation to discuss policy matters ahead of APNIC 51.
The IPv4 Transfer Listing Service is one of the services APNIC offers for eligible IPv4 recipients and holders of unused addresses.
A policy to allow denial of access to un-delegated IPv4 and IPv6 addresses has been deployed
APNIC can now begin processing IPv4 transfers between the APNIC and LACNIC regions.
An update on APNIC progress on reclamation of unused IPv4 addresses.
Have your say on the policy proposals being discussed at the APNIC 49 Open Policy Meeting in Melbourne, Australia, on 20 February 2020.
There are five proposals to be discussed at the APNIC 48 Open Policy Meeting.
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.