APNIC’s Anna Mulingbayan joined over 1,000 participants at the PCTA Convention 2019 in Manila, Philippines, from 2 to 4 April 2019.
There are five proposals related to IPv6, ASN, IPv4 and the Policy Development Process to be discussed at the APNIC 47 Open Policy Meeting.
With 2-byte ASN exhaustion rapidly approaching, Geoff Huston helped develop a policy and plan that successfully transitioned the Internet to 4-byte ASNs.
Guest Post: Report evaluates the effect of a possible failure of a given AS on other ASes and economies.
APNIC will soon implement an important change to the aut-num object in the APNIC Whois Database.
Having an ASN enables cable broadband providers to have multiple upstream connections to ensure a diverse path to the Internet.
The recent hackathon at iNOG provided a great environment to develop a prototype AS interdependence visualization (and eat stroopwaffles).
Guest Post: A new tool, developed by IIJ Research Lab, Japan, helps you measure your AS dependencies.
APNIC’s Arth Paulite participated at PCTA 2018 in Manila, Philippines, from 3 to 6 April 2018.
Guest Post: Isolario is a free to use, real-time BGP route collecting project, which aims to improve the knowledge about the AS-level ecosystem of the Internet.