APNIC is the Regional Internet Registry administering IP addresses for the Asia Pacific

Fresh proposals for APNIC 43 Policy SIG

By Adam Gosling

Three proposals to change IPv4 and transfer policies will headline discussions at the upcoming APNIC 43 Policy Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting.

The move to IPv6: An app developer’s experience

By Nadir Hassan

Guest Post: App developer, EventMobi, share their experience deploying and testing IPv6.

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Online voting and proxy appointment open for 2017 APNIC EC election

Online voting and proxy appointment for the APNIC Executive Council (EC) election is open until 09:00 (UTC +7), Tuesday, 28 February 2017. You can vote online using MyAPNIC or appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf.

The final list of nominees and their biographies have been published.

There’s still time to register for APRICOT 2017 to hear from global experts, network with your peers, and participate in world-class training.

Register now

VNSeries: Young, entrepreneurial community cultivating Viet Nam’s Internet

By Robbie Mitchell

As we count down to APRICOT 2017, we speak to some local Internet champions to learn about the history, challenges and opportunities for the Internet in Viet Nam.

Register for APNIC’s workshop in Malaysia, April 2017

By Lisa Corness

Register now and pay before 28 March 2017 to get the early-bird rate.

TakNet – Community networking in Thailand

By Arjuna Sathiaseelan

Guest Post: Community network projects being carried out in Thailand are providing rural households with broadband Internet for one twentieth of the cost of connection.

Online voting and proxy appointment for 2017 APNIC EC election open

By Bhadrika Magan

You have until 09:00 (UTC +7) on Tuesday, 28 February to vote online or appoint a proxy for the 2017 APNIC EC elections.

Why PNG should plan for IPv6 readiness

By Stanley Osao

Guest Post: PNG has the potential to champion IPv6 deployment, particularly through its development initiatives and increasingly automated natural resource sector.

The Root of the DNS

By Geoff Huston

Geoff discusses how the DNS and root servers function and provides some suggestions for the infrastructure to continue to be robust, scalable and accurate.