2019 was a busy year with the implementation of four policy proposals with different degrees of challenges and complexity.
Have your say on the policy proposals being discussed at the APNIC 49 Open Policy Meeting in Melbourne, Australia, on 20 February 2020.
APNIC participated at both the 33rd TWNIC IP OPM and TWNOG 4.0 meetings in Taipei, Taiwan, from 5 to 6 December 2019.
APNIC supported and participated at JANOG 44 in Kobe, Japan, from 24 to 26 July 2019.
There are five proposals to be discussed at the APNIC 48 Open Policy Meeting.
APNIC supported and actively participated at SANOG 34 in Kolkata, India, from 31 July to 7 August 2019.
Policy changes related to multihoming, validation of IRT contacts, and unmet IPv4 requests have been implemented.
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.
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