APNIC participated in and provided technical support at btNOG 7, held online on 16 October 2020.
An ISP in Bhutan had to think outside the box to connect remote monasteries to the Internet.
IPv6 adoption passed 25% in 2019 as more networks continue to deploy IPv6.
Honeypots can be useful tools for security research, teaching us about attackers’ methods.
IPv6 capabilities in Bhutan and Sri Lanka briefly dropped by almost 50% due to an issue with an expired certificate.
APNIC participated and supported btNOG 6 in Paro, Bhutan, from 3 to 7 June 2019. btNOG 6 also celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Internet in Bhutan.
An update on trends in resource delegation in South Asia.
Register now for our four-day Network Security with Packet Analysis workshop at btNOG 6, from 4 to 7 June 2019 in Paro, Bhutan.
APNIC supported and participated at SANOG 33 in Thimpu, Bhutan from 9 to 16 January 2019.
Collaboration between National Research and Education Networks is key to the expansion of the popular eduroam network in the Asia Pacific.