The APNIC community is open to everyone that shares an interest in Internet number resources in the Asia Pacific Region.
You can participate in the APNIC community in a number of different ways.
Have your say about how IP addresses and AS numbers are managed in the Asia Pacific.
The APNIC Policy Development Process (PDP) is an open, bottom-up process where anyone can propose changes to existing policies or suggest new policies.
- Submit a policy proposal
- Policies are discussed at face-to-face APNIC Conferences
- Join the Policy SIG mailing list to discuss policies between conferences
- Summaries of policy proposals and outcomes from Policy SIG meetings are provided in eight languages
Attend APNIC Events
Join the APNIC community at major conferences to learn from industry experts, share new Internet technology insights, and network with peers.
Join our mailing lists
Network Operator Groups
Share experiences, make new industry contacts, and learn from other network operators in your local economy by participating in NOG events. There are more than 15 NOGs in the APNIC region and new groups are being formed regularly.
Visit the APNIC Blog for the latest news and views from the community. You can subscribe to blog updates so you won’t miss a thing.
Connect, share and get involved in discussions with the APNIC community via APNIC’s social media.