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

How to observe allocated IPv6 addresses

By Tobias Fiebig

Guest Post: By adapting a previous measuring method, we are able to observe how operators allocate IPv6 addresses more easily.

Event Wrap: China Member Gathering, Guangzhou

By Robbie Mitchell

APNIC hosted a two-day Member Gathering in Guangzhou, China from 20 to 21 April.

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Women in ICT: Future looks bright for Nepalese women in ICT field

By Siena Perry

Rashmi Joshi and Astha Ghimire share their experience as network and wireless engineers in Nepal, professions which they believe have lots to offer women in the country.

New chapter beckons after growing Myanmar’s leading private ISP

By Robbie Mitchell

Thein Mynit Khine knows every PoP and wire of Myanmar's Yatanarpon Teleport Public Company Limited’s (YTP) core network.

Isolario improving understanding of AS ecosystem

By Luca Sani

Guest Post: Isolario is a free to use, real-time BGP route collecting project, which aims to improve the knowledge about the AS-level ecosystem of the Internet.

ICANN fellowship helps broaden understanding of the Internet

By Simon Baroi

Guest Post: My experience as an ICANN fellow highlighted Internet issues beyond the purely technical.

Establishing Thailand’s first neutral IXP

By Werachart Muttitanon

Guest Post: The experience of establishing BKNIX provides useful pointers for others looking to set up a neutral IXP in the region.

Launching Papua New Guinea’s first neutral IXP

By Nurul Islam Roman

Papua New Guinea can expect an improved Internet experience with the launch of PNG-IXP.