NIR SIG

When: Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Time: 09:00 - 10:30 (UTC +7)
Where: Meeting Room 2 & 3
Chair(s): Izumi Okutani
Co-Chair(s): Ji Young Lee and Jessica Shen
Mailing List: sig-nir

The charter of the NIR SIG (National Internet Registry Special Interest Group) is to share information relating to the operations, policies, and procedures of National Internet Registries with the aim of promoting close cooperation among the NIRs and between the NIRs and the APNIC Secretariat.

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Agenda
CNNIC Allocation and IPv6 Activities Update

Jessica Shen, CNNIC

This is a presentation to report up-to-date IP address and ASN allocation stats and IPv6 promotion activities of CNNIC.

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IDNIC Update

Valens Riyadi, IDNIC

A general update on IDNIC activities.

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TWNIC Update

Sheng-Wei Kuo, TWNIC

An update on IPv6 promotions and activities in Taiwan.

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KRNIC Update

Youngsun La, KRNIC of KISA

A general update on KRNIC activities such as IP/AS allocation stats and IPv6 promotion.

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Introduction to IPv4 address reallocation among RIRs

Youngsun La, KRNIC of KISA

An overview of an idea about a policy proposal which will be presented in Policy SIG.

Addresses from APNIC's IPv4 address pool have almost run out and some countries in Asia have very little IPv4 address when compared with their population. The amount of unallocated IPv4 addresses vary considerably by each RIR, and it's time to open up a discussion on relocating unallocated IPv4 addresses between RIRs for the countries that have little IPv4 address per population.

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Discussions in Japan about delegations of IPv4 address space

Tomohiro Fujisaki, NTT

Tomohiro Fujisaki will present on the ongoing discussions underway in the Japanese community on whether there is a need to redistribute returned IPv4 space instead of under prop-088. He will also include results of a survey recently conducted with JPNIC LIRs on this issue. The presentation will also discuss extending this issue to the APNIC region, with a similar survey for the APNIC region put forth.

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