The IPv4 Transfer Listing Service is one of the services APNIC offers for eligible IPv4 recipients and holders of unused addresses.
APNIC can now begin processing IPv4 transfers between the APNIC and LACNIC regions.
Guest Post: First-of-its-kind study finds that transferred /24 sub-prefixes are six times more likely to be blacklisted compared to non-transferred prefixes.
An update on APNIC progress on reclamation of unused IPv4 addresses.
There are five proposals to be discussed at the APNIC 48 Open Policy Meeting.
Staying out of news headlines should be motivation enough to secure Internet routing. So why do we continue to hear about Internet routing leaks and hijacks?
Changes to the IPv4 transfer process allow Members to receive resources more efficiently.
2018 was another busy year for the APNIC Services team, full of milestones, none greater than welcoming our 7,000 Member.
What changed in Internet addressing in 2018 and how has it changed the outlook for the Internet?
By June this year, APNIC Members exceeded 6,800.