An update on trends in resource delegation in APNIC’s East Asia sub-region.
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An update on trends in resource delegation in South Asia.
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The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the adoption of policy proposals that reduce the maximum IPv4 delegation size to a /23 and abolish the IPv4 waiting list.
An interim arrangement for IPv4 address delegations from 103/8 is now in place.