BoF: Resource Quality Assurance

When: 17:30 - 19:00, Wednesday, 23 February 2011
Where: HKCEC S221
Moderator: Frank Salanitri, APNIC [bio]
Speakers: Leo Vegoda (IANA),
Geoff Huston (APNIC),
Cecil Goldstein (Team Cymru),
Arturo Servin (LACNIC),
Tomoya Yoshida (NTT Communications),
Ingrid Wijte (RIPE NCC)

As the unallocated pool of IPv4 addresses reaches exhaustion, concerns associated with the use of new address blocks may increase. The levels of unwanted traffic and various forms of packet and routing filters may be affecting these addresses.

APNIC understands the importance of providing high quality service for their Members and the community and are working to evaluate the usability of all address space allocated to APNIC before it is distributed to Members.

This session will focus on:

What is APNIC actively doing to prepare new blocks for allocation? How do you confirm that your IP addresses are filtered? What can you do to manage bogon addresses filtering responsibly?