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I* organizations

The I* (I-star) group of organizations is a loose term to describe organizations that share responsibilities for coordinating the Internet┬átechnical infrastructure. APNIC collaborates with these organizations as part of the global Internet ecosystem. The I* (I-star) organizations include the five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), ICANN, ISOC, IETF, IAB, W3C and the regional associations of country […]

Evolution of Internet governance

APNIC and NRO contributions to WGIG The Working Group on Internet Governance (WGIG) was established by the Secretary-General of the United Nations during the first phase of the WSIS. The WGIG included seven representatives from the Asia Pacific Internet community. During this time, APNIC and the NRO made statements about Internet addressing, to explain these […]

Other Forums

APNIC speakers have contributed presentations at a wide variety of events around the world. A selection of these presentations follows. ADB/ITU ICT Development in ASP Manila, Philippines 29 April 2014 Internet infrastruture development in the Asia Pacific: What's needed for sustainable growth (PDF 348.3 KB) APEC TEL49 Yangzhou, China 25 April 2014 Evolution of Mobile […]

News Archives

This page lists pre-blog news archives. For the latest news, visit the APNIC Blog. APNIC at the InTAC Conference in conjunction with NetHui 2012 Date Type Title 2014-08-01 APNIC News Event Wrap: JANOG 34 2014-07-30 APNIC News Event Wrap: ITU ACMA International Training Program 2014 2014-07-29 APNIC News Event Wrap: IETF 90 2014-07-24 APNIC News […]

cert-interactive-map

Select relevant CERT for more details CERT NZ New Zealand Visit website CERT Australia Australia Visit website Indonesia Computer Emergency Response Team Indonesia Visit website Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team Singapore Visit website Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team Malaysia Visit website Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team Brunei Visit website Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team Vietnam […]

A-Z Glossary

2LD Second Level Domain, for example, www.yourbusinessname.com.au, the letters after the name and before the .au. 6to4 A 6to4 gateway adds its IPv4 address to this 2002::/16, creating a unique /48 prefix. As the IPv4 address of the gateway router is used to compose the IPv6 prefix, it is possible to reverse the process and […]

Historical CPS

This is an outdated version of the Certification Practice Statement (CPS). You can view the most up to date statement here. 1. Introduction This document is the Certification Practice Statement (CPS) of APNIC. It describes the practices employed by the APNIC Certification Authority (CA) in the Internet IP Address and Autonomous System (AS) Number PKI. […]

certs-map

Select relevant CERT for more details CERT NZ New Zealand Visit website CERT Australia Australia Visit website Indonesia Computer Emergency Response Team Indonesia Visit website Singapore Computer Emergency Response Team Singapore Visit website Malaysian Computer Emergency Response Team Malaysia Visit website Brunei Computer Emergency Response Team Brunei Visit website Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team Vietnam […]

BOFs

Birds of a Feather meetings (BOFs) are informal meetings that are convened for a variety of purposes such as exchanging information and discussing new ideas or particular issues. They can be proposed and convened at short notice and there is no formal requirement for submission of papers or posting to mailing lists (however, the results […]

Importing route objects from another IRR

APNIC operates an Internet Routing Registry (IRR), which at this time, is embedded in the normal APNIC Whois Database as ‘source APNIC’. This IRR permits the full set of RPSL objects to be created and maintained under normal whois methods or via MyAPNIC. Some Internet number resource (INR) holders maintain their RPSL data in other […]