There are five proposals to be discussed at the APNIC 48 Open Policy Meeting.
The APNIC Policy Development Process is an open, transparent and bottom-up process of consultation and consensus.
Policy changes related to multihoming, validation of IRT contacts, and unmet IPv4 requests have been implemented.
There are five proposals related to IPv6, ASN, IPv4 and the Policy Development Process to be discussed at the APNIC 47 Open Policy Meeting.
Anne Lord helps answer a question that is often asked about APNIC Policy: how was the current policy process created in the first place?
Have your say (either in person or online) on the policy proposals under discussion at the APNIC 46 Open Policy Meeting on 13 September 2018.
APNIC’s Sunny Chendi participated at IRINN’s fifth Open Policy Meeting in Delhi, India, on 25 May 2018.
The APNIC Executive Council has endorsed the three proposals reaching consensus at the APNIC 44 Open Policy Meeting in Taichung, Taiwan.
Managing the remaining IPv4 /8, leasing address space, and IPv6 allocation procedures are among the proposals to be discussed at the three-session Open Policy Meeting at APNIC 44 next month.
Interested in the management of Internet number resources in the Asia Pacific? Get involved in APNIC policy discussions on the Policy SIG mailing list and at APNIC 44.