MyAPNIC introduces a new contact management feature for APNIC Members to review and update their membership, organization and IRT contacts.
APNIC Members can now run Resource Public Key Infrastructure operations inside MyAPNIC, including generating an ‘AS0’ Route Origin Authorization.
The bcrypt mechanism provides APNIC Members with an easy-to-use method of protecting their whois objects from unauthorized changes.
APNIC has launched its new Internet Directory, an upgrade of existing information services that have evolved over the years.
Using role objects can make managing whois details easier.
APNIC is transitioning from the current set of five Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) trust anchors to a single “all resources” trust anchor in an effort to streamline the RPKI process.
APNIC Members can now access one tool for managing route objects and ROAs in MyAPNIC as part of ongoing improvements to the self-service portal.
We’ve simplified the process for Members to manage their reverse DNS delegations via MyAPNIC.
We’ve simplified the process for Members to keep their account contact details up to date via MyAPNIC.
Video: Here’s a sneak peek into what APNIC is working on to help you manage your resources more easily.