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.
Geoff Huston shares his observations of some of the presentations at NANOG 65, held recently in Montreal, Canada.
Guest Post: Why is it important to highlight IPv4 depletion in ARIN region? Adiel Akplogan, ICANN, provides some answers.
IPv4 depletion has grabbed the headlines, but it has been a big week of IPv6 news too.
Guest Post: ARIN’s IPv4 free pool has depleted. This is an important milestone for the Internet as we now usher in the age of IPv6.
Dean Pemberton is back with interactive Internet maps of other regions. Check them out.