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Kickstart your IPv6 network! Welcome to the IPv6 application page for Australian Government Agencies, developed with the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) to comply with the Commonwealth Government Procurement Guidelines. If you are already an APNIC Member, you may request your initial or ongoing need of IPv6 addresses via MyAPNIC. If you are not […]

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 […]

Guide to the Historical Resource Transfer Form

What is this form used for? This form is for use by APNIC account holders wishing to receive a transfer of historical resources from the original resource holder under the criteria described in “Policy for the transfer of historical Internet resources” specified in section 6 of Policies for historical Internet resources in the APNIC Whois […]

APNIC Supporters

APNIC thanks its supporters for their generosity. Each of the following organizations has contributed significant resources to APNIC, helping it to improve and extend its services to the Internet community throughout the Asia Pacific region. Organizations can support APNIC activities in three ways: APNIC Network Co-location Site provided byHong Kong Internet Exchange (HKIX) The WIDE […]


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 […]

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 […]

Resource quality assurance

APNIC recognizes that as the IANA IPv4 address space pool has been exhausted, there may be increasing community concern about the quality of the recently allocated address blocks made available for distribution. Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), such as APNIC, have no control about how addresses are administered, routed or filtered by the network operators. The […]

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