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Network Operators Groups

APNIC staff attend and often present at Network Operators Groups (NOG) meetings across the Asia Pacific region. These presentations are available for download in both PDF and PPT format. NZNOG 2014 Nelson, New Zealand 30 January 2014 APNIC Update (PDF 1.4 MB) SANOG 22 Mumbai, India 13 August 2013 APNIC Update (PDF 596.0 KB) SGNOG […]

prop-046: IPv4 countdown policy proposal

Proposal text Text Synopsis This proposal seeks to focus on measures that should be taken globally in the address management area in order to prepare for exhaustion of the IPv4 free pool in all RIR regions. Current status Returned to the mailing list for further discussion. Authors JPNIC IPv4 countdown policy team Akinori Maemur Akira […]

prop-041: IPv6 assignment size to critical infrastructure

Proposal text Text Synopsis This policy proposes a clarification of the APNIC policy for IPv6 portable assignments to critical infrastructure networks operating in the Asia Pacific region. Current status Implemented. Draft policy document in review. Author APNIC Secretariat Relevant forum Policy SIG Most recent version prop-041-v001 Previous versions N/A Status at other RIRs N/A Proposal […]

prop-050: IPv4 address transfers

Proposal text prop-050-v005 Synopsis This policy proposes removing APNIC policy restrictions on the transfer of registration of IPv4 address allocations and IPv4 portable address assignments between current APNIC account holders. Current status Implemented on 10 February 2010. Authors Geoff HustonPhilip Smith Relevant forum Policy SIG Previous versions prop-050-v001 prop-050-v002 prop-050-v003 prop-050-v004 Status at other RIRs […]

prop-051: Global policy for the allocation of the remaining IPv4 address space

Proposal text Text Synopsis This proposal describes a process for the allocation of the remaining IPv4 space from IANA to the existing RIRs. Current status Did not reach consensus at APNIC 24. See policy proposal, prop-046: IPv4 countdown policy proposal, for an alternative proposal on the same issue. Authors Roque Gagliano , ANTEL Francisco Obispo, […]

prop-062: Use of final /8

Proposal text prop-062-v002 Synopsis This proposal describes how APNIC should handle the final /8 to be allocated in the Asia Pacific region. Current status Implemented on 16 February 2009 Authors Philip Smith, Jonny Martin, Randy Bush Relevant forum Policy SIG Previous versions prop-062-v001 Status at other RIRs N/A Proposal history Date Description 15 July 2008 […]

Archived Presentations

APNIC representatives deliver presentations regularly to a variety of meetings, providing general updates on activities, as well as subject-specific material. Presentations are listed below according to the major meetings attended. Presentations at various meetings are available: AFRINIC The African Network Information Centre ARIN The American Registry for Internet Numbers LACNIC The Latin America and Caribbean […]

Working with the ITU

APNIC recognizes several positive outcomes from the last decade of its ongoing dialogue with the ITU. APNIC has participated as observer in different ITU World and Plenipotentiary Conferences, and actively contributes to ITU IPv6 activities, such as the ITU-T IPv6 Group. APNIC also follows the WCIT process closely. Since 2011, APNIC has worked with the […]


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 […]

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 […]

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