The APNIC policy community was not the only RIR community to consider proposals relating to IPv4 transfers in 2017.
RIPE NCC held RIPE 75 from 22 to 26 October in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Guest Post: The BGP routing table continues to grow. How is prefix deaggregation contributing to this growth?
APNIC participated at RIPE 74 in Budapest, Hungary from 8 to 12 May 2017.
RIPE NCC recently organized a two-day DNS Measurements Hackathon to take a closer look at reverse DNS delegations.
Guest Post: International law expert, Joanna Kulesza, discusses the potential European and global impact of Europe’s new cybersecurity laws.
Around 630 people from 63 economies attended RIPE 73 in Madrid, Spain, from 24 to 28 October.
Guest Post: A look at the RIPE NCC’s activities in the Middle East over the past year in promoting IPv6 and capacity building.
APNIC and RIPE NCC have collaborated to test prototype signer/validator implementations of a specification, which allows clients to verify that certified resource holders have authorized the creation of an RPSL object.
Guest Post: Pier Carlo Chiodi discusses a new tool developed to take full advantage of RIPE Atlas to monitor availability, consistency and reachability of networks and services.