An expert panel at APRICOT 2018 examined potential issues around cross-region address resource management, including transfers, whois accuracy and geolocation data.
The APNIC policy community was not the only RIR community to consider proposals relating to IPv4 transfers in 2017.
APNIC participated in DNS-OARC 27, NANOG 71 and ARIN 40, held back-to-back in San Jose, USA, in early October.
Geoff Huston examines the policy proposals discussed at ARIN 39, including those dealing with whois database curation and IPv4 transfers.
APNIC staff attended ARIN 39, held in New Orleans, USA, from 2 to 5 April.
The North American Network Operators Group (NANOG) and American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) held back-to-back meetings in Dallas, Texas, earlier this month.
Guest Post: What is Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) and why are RIRs adopting it?
APNIC participated at ARIN 37, held recently in Montego Bay, Jamaica, from 17 to 20 April 2016.
Eleven draft policies were discussed, two of which were moved to last call, at the recent ARIN 36 meeting.
APNIC participated at both NANOG 65 and ARIN 36, in Montréal, Canada last week.