20070114 sanog9 apnic update

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APNIC Update : 

APNIC Update SANOG 9 Colombo, Sri Lanka 14 – 24 Jan 2007

About APNIC : 

About APNIC Regional Internet Registry (RIR) Asia Pacific region Core activity delegation of Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6 & ASNs) Manages reverse DNS Organisational structure Membership based, non-profit Self-regulatory body governed by members & Internet community Bottom up policy & decision making processes

What’s coming up..: 

What’s coming up.. Membership & resource statistics APNIC activities in SA APNIC’s New Structure Projects Recent Policy Implementations Meetings

APNIC Membership in SA : 306: 

APNIC Membership in SA : 306 Data valid as of 31 Dec 2006 Total APNIC membership: 1366

IPv4 delegations in SA: 20834 (1000’s): 

IPv4 delegations in SA: 20834 (1000’s) Data valid as of 31 Dec 2006

IPv6(/32) delegations in SA: 19 : 

IPv6(/32) delegations in SA: 19 Data valid as of 31 Dec 2006 Total IPv6(/32) delegations in AP : 8317

ASN assignments in SA : 292: 

ASN assignments in SA : 292 Data valid as of 31 Dec 2006 Total ASN assignment in AP: 4052

Collaboration in SA : 

Collaboration in SA MoUs with industry SANOG ISP Associations ISPAB, ISPAI, LISPA, ISPAN, ISPAK NIXI Key areas of collaboration Promoting infrastructure development Exchange of information Training program

Root server deployments in SA: 

Root server deployments in SA

Planned training activities in SA: 

Planned training activities in SA Other training options Webcast (new!) First IRME training conducted on 29th May eLearing

APNIC planned training in SA for 2007 : 

APNIC planned training in SA for 2007 Sponsorships are welcome Schedule for APNIC trainings: http://www.apnic.net/training/schedule/index.html

APNIC’s new structure: 

APNIC’s new structure

Services Area: 

Services Area Helpdesk Unit Extended helpdesk hours/days Increasing demand for VoIP and “live chat” Resource Services Unit Service improvements Policy implementations Online Services Revamped ICONS – ISP support website http://icons.apnic.net Projects “ARMS”: APNIC Resource Management System Public statistics service using “O3”

Services Area: 

Services Area Training and Education Unit Pilot webcast of APNIC training Collaborative development of new training modules (initially IPv6 and security) 40 training events in 18 different locations eLearning pilot modules launched

Communications Area: 

Communications Area Marketing and Outreach Multimedia APNIC Interactive CD Website and graphics Work with Network Operator Groups PACNOG, SANOG, NZNOG, PHNOG MoUs for training and cooperative activities ISPAs in South Asia, ISOC-AU, PICISOC, NIDA

Communications Area: 

Communications Area Policy Unit APNIC 22, Taiwan Trial of new meeting formatwith APOPS plenary 8 policy and 1 fee proposal discussed Recent APNIC policy changes IPv6 HD ratio of 0.94 (subject to other RIRs) 4 byte ASN assignments Documentation Localising online services Forms and help to be in 7 languages, MyAPNIC next Content Management System (CMS) Recently 4th Member survey has been completed http://www.apnic.net/survey/2007

Technical Area: 

Technical Area Software Unit Reverse DNS update “Web services” – XML over https Immediate success or error reporting DDNS to APNIC’s name servers “Agile Programming” method AKA “rapid prototyping” 3-4 month review and release cycle Network Operations and Security Services reliability, distribution and hardening Security audit underway Resource certification You’ve heard about this by now...


ecoAPNIC… A staff-driven project aimed at reducing the “ecological footprint” of APNIC operations Recycling Paper reduction Reduce energy consumption and waste Look at transportation and travel Monitoring and reporting http://www.apnic.net/ecoapnic

Recent important policy implementation: 

Recent important policy implementation AS number Background of 4 byte AS numbers Studies indicate exhaustion of 2 byte AS pool between 2010 and 2016 Proposed standard to expand AS number space to a 4 byte field Implementation information http://www.apnic.net/docs/policy/proposals/prop-032-v002.html Technical implementation http://potaroo.net/ispcol/2005-08/as.html

4 byte AS implementation: 

4 byte AS implementation 1 January 2007 16 bit AS numbers continue to be assigned 32 bit AS numbers assigned if requested 1 January 2009 32 bit AS numbers assigned 16 bit AS numbers assigned if requested 1 January 2010 Distinction between 16 and 32 bit AS numbers ceased AS assignments from undifferentiated 32 bit AS number pool

Next meetings: 

Next meetings APRICOT 2007, APNIC 23 Bali, Indonesia 27 Feb-2 Mar, 2007 SANOG 10, APNIC 24 India 24 Aug – 7 Sept 2007 Fellowship will be available Participate remotely! Webcast, podcasts, jabber chat, live transcripts Everyone is welcome http://www.apnic.net/meetings

Thank You : 

Thank You

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