Guest Post: What happens when one person tries to convince network operators to apply MANRS actions across the AFRINIC region?
Guest Post: AFRINIC has completed an audit of its whois database, following a misappropriation of IP number resources in 2019.
APNIC’s Guangliang Pan participated at AFRINIC 31 in Luanda, Angola, from 2 to 6 December 2019.
APNIC participated at AIS‘19 / AFRINIC 30 in Kampala, Uganda, from 9 to 21 June 2019.
Pablo Hinojosa participated at AFRINIC 29 in Hammamet, Tunisia from 26 to 30 November 2018.
The APNIC policy community was not the only RIR community to consider proposals relating to IPv4 transfers in 2017.
APNIC participated at AFRINIC 26 in Nairobi, Kenya, from 27 May to 2 June 2017.
APNIC participated at AFRINIC’s recent general meeting, AFRINIC 25, held in Mauritius from 25 to 30 November 2016.
APNIC participated in AFRINIC 24, held alongside the African Internet Summit 2016, in Gabarone, Botswana, from 4 to 10 June 2016.
Guest Post: Why is it important to highlight IPv4 depletion in ARIN region? Adiel Akplogan, ICANN, provides some answers.