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Sunny Chendi AMM Welcome Video Transcript
Maemura Akinori AMM Introduction Video Transcript
Ang Peng Hwa AMM APNIC Survey 2012 Report Slides 838.7 KB Video Transcript
Paul Wilson AMM Introduction Slides 705.9 KB Video Transcript
Byron Ellacott AMM Delivering Value Slides 834.5 KB Video Transcript
German Valdez AMM Collaborating and Communicating Slides 663.8 KB Video Transcript
Dr Philip Smith AMM Supporting Internet Development Slides 571.7 KB Video Transcript
Richard Brown AMM Corporate Support Slides 347.3 KB Video Transcript
James Spenceley AMM APNIC EC Treasurer Report Slides 620.3 KB Transcript
Maemura Akinori AMM APNIC EC Report Slides 654.3 KB Transcript
Andy Linton AMM Policy SIG Report Slides 195.8 KB Transcript
Izumi Okutani AMM NIR SIG Report Slides 177.6 KB Transcript
Che-Hoo Cheng AMM APIX Report Slides 392.1 KB Transcript
SGNIC AMM APNIC 35 and APRICOT 2013 Transcript
Paul Wilson AMM Vote of Thanks Transcript
Guangliang Pan APNIC Services IPv4 address transfer trends Slides 467.3 KB Video
George Kuo APNIC Services APNIC membership profiling Slides 724.7 KB Video
Byron Ellacott APNIC Services Weirds: Web Extensible Internet Registration Data Service Slides 338.4 KB Video
Champika Wijayatunga APNIC Services Training Activities @ APNIC Slides 327.1 KB Video
Paul Wilson
Global Reports Panel NRO EC Report Slides 492.7 KB Video
Guangliang Pan
Global Reports Panel NRO Statistics Report Slides 3.6 MB Video
Tomohiro Fujisaki
Global Reports Panel ASO AC Report Slides 1.3 MB Video
Elise Gerich
Global Reports Panel IANA Department Update Slides 383.3 KB Video
Dr George Nyabuga
Global Reports Panel AfriNIC Report Slides 2.6 MB Video
Leslie Nobile
Global Reports Panel ARIN Report Slides 6.0 MB Video
Raúl Echeberría
Global Reports Panel LACNIC Report Slides 2.7 MB Video
Axel Pawlik
Global Reports Panel RIPE NCC Report Slides 2.5 MB Video
Duangthip Chomprang
ISOC Asia Pacific
Global Reports Panel ISOC Report Slides 475.7 KB Video
Maemura Akinori
Global Reports Panel Invitation to ICANN GNSO ISPCPInternet Service Provider and Connectivity Providers (ISPCP) is one of the constituencies within ICANN's Generic Names Supporting Organization (the GNSO) and helps develop policies addressing the generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) namespace. Since the ISPCP constituency is for ISPs and carriers, many APNIC and broader community members are eligible to participate in ICANN policy-making through this organization.

ISPs and carriers are profoundly impacted by changes to the gTLD namespace. For example, ICANN will soon be introducing as many as 1200 new top level domains into the root -- which may have interesting implications for your customer-facing support organization. Thus, broad and active participation in this constituency is essential to ensure that ICANN develop balanced policies for gTLDs that take the needs of ISPs and carriers into account.

This presentation will provide an overview of ICANN, the GNSO and the ISPCP constituency. The conversation will be aimed at organizations who might be interested in joining the constituency and helping to shape ICANN policy.
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Sok Channda
CEO & President, Mekongnet
Opening & Keynotes Official welcome Video Transcript
Professor Kanchana Kanchanasut
Opening & Keynotes The Greater Mekong Subregion and the InternetCambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand are tightly linked by their cultural heritage but due to different political systems, their exposure to the Internet differed significantly in the 90's. Though these four countries are at different stages in their development, they do share a common motivation to further develop their Internet infrastructure. One major motivation was to overcome the communications barrier posed by the high telecommunication tariff and the sparsity of coverage before the arrival of the Internet. Many regional Internet organizations, including APNIC, were formed in the 90's and these have been instrumental in providing external support as well as indirect pressure for the development of the Internet in these countries. Human resource development has been viewed as the key to the success of Internet development and is going to be much more important in the near future as the Internet is gradually being integrated into our daily life in this sub-region.

In this keynote speech, Kanchana will focus on the development of the Internet in this subregion as well as the roles of regional organizations in that development. She will also raise some concerns that much more public awareness of the use of the Internet must be addressed alongside the extension of its accessibility.
Slides 1.7 MB Video Transcript
H.E Khiev Kanharith
Ministry of Information, Govt of Cambodia
Opening & Keynotes Official welcome Video Transcript
Paul Wilson
Director General, APNIC
Opening & Keynotes Official welcome Video Transcript
H.E Chun Vat
National ICT Development Authority, Govt of Cambodia
Opening & Keynotes Official welcome Video Transcript
Maemura Akinori
Opening & Keynotes Official welcome Video Transcript
Kuo Wei Wu
CEO, National Information Infrastructure Enterprise Promotion Association (NIIEPA)
Opening & Keynotes Numbers and Names: Regulation and Governance Slides 8.0 MB Video Transcript
Andy Linton Policy SIG 1 Co-Chair Election Transcript
Andy Linton Policy SIG 1 SIG Administration Slides 190.2 KB Transcript
Masato Yamanishi Policy SIG 1 Proposal OverviewThis a proposal to change the "IPv6 address allocation and assignment policy" to allow portable (that is, provider independent or PI) assignments of IPv6 address blocks to be made by APNIC to any organization with due justification and payment of standard fees, removing the current requirement that the requestor is or plans to be multihomed. Transcript
Andy Linton Policy SIG 1 Proposal OverviewIPv4 is history, with no need to add more policy. IPv6 is sufficiently plentiful that further policies are not needed. So let us agree to make no more IP address policies or proposals. Slides 223.5 KB Transcript
Skeeve Stevens Policy SIG 1 Proposal OverviewThis proposal increases to 24 months, the demonstrated need evaluation period for IPv4 transfer recipients and for new delegations from the APNIC IPv4 free pool. Transcript
Youngsun La Policy SIG 2 Informational: Address Reallocation among RIRs Slides 799.2 KB Transcript
Adam Gosling Policy SIG 3 Secretariat Update Slides 213.4 KB Transcript
Tom Paseka Policy SIG 3 Informational: Adjust Critical Infrastructure definition to include Internet PKI Slides 39.4 KB Transcript
Tomohiro Fujisaki Policy SIG 2 Informational: Discussions in Japan about delegations of IPv4 address space in APNIC Free pool Slides 175.0 KB Video Transcript
Paul WIlson Policy SIG 2 NRO NC Election Procedures Slides 417.0 KB Video Transcript
Election Chair Policy SIG 2 NRO NC Nominee Statements Video Transcript
David Woodgate Policy SIG 1 Removing multihoming requirement for IPv6 portable assignments This a proposal to change the "IPv6 address allocation and assignment policy" to allow portable (that is, provider independent or PI) assignments of IPv6 address blocks to be made by APNIC to any organization with due justification and payment of standard fees, removing the current requirement that the requestor is or plans to be multihomed. Slides 63.2 KB Video Transcript
Election Chair Policy SIG 2 NRO NC Voting Reminder Video Transcript
Randy Bush Policy SIG 3 A Final IP Address Policy ProposalIPv4 is history, with no need to add more policy. IPv6 is sufficiently plentiful that further policies are not needed. So let us agree to make no more IP address policies or proposals. Video Transcript
Shin SHIRAHATA Policy SIG 2 Clarifying demonstrated needs requirement in IPv4 transfer policyThis proposal increases to 24 months, the demonstrated need evaluation period for IPv4 transfer recipients. Slides 412.4 KB Video Transcript
Election Chair Policy SIG 3 NRO NC Voting Close
Election Chair Policy SIG 3 NRO NC Election Results Video Transcript
Miwa Fujii
APIPv6TF Secretariat
APIPv6TF Secretariat update Slides 76.6 KB Video
Tomohiro Fujisaki APIPv6TF Economy update Japan Slides 3.0 MB Video
Dean Pemberton APIPv6TF Economy update New Zealand Slides 609.7 KB Video
Prof. Shian-Shyong Tseng APIPv6TF Economy update Taiwan Slides 2.1 MB Video
Nguyen Manh Thuan APIPv6TF Economy update Viet Nam Slides 0 Bytes Video
Emile Aben
APIPv6TF IPv6 RIPEness Slides 628.7 KB Video
Michael Biber
(remote presentation)
APIPv6TF Economy update Australia Slides 1.7 MB Video
Alastair Johnson
Alcatel Lucent
APIPv6TF IPv6 Transition Technologies Slides 612.2 KB Video
Satoru Tsurumaki
Softbank BB
APIPv6TF IPv6 Deployment in Yahoo! Broadband Slides 1.0 MB Video
Geoff Huston
APOPS 1 Analysing Dual Stack BehaviourWhen a user heads to a dual stack web site is their experience better or worse than heading to an IPv4 only site? The presentation examines the behaviour of dual stack client systems and looks at a number of performance metrics relating to the relative difference between a IPv4-only environment and a dual stack environment. Slides 8.4 MB Video Transcript
Richard Lamb
APOPS 1 DNSSEC: Where We Are (and how we get to where we want to be) Slides 4.7 MB Video Transcript
Samol Khoeurn
eintellego Pty Ltd
APOPS 1 The Internet in CambodiaAs the Internet use is growing everywhere in the world, Cambodia is also enjoying its rapid increasing of the number of Internet users. In 2011, 1,689,389 if comparing to 2010, an increase of 427.6 percent and it will increase to 1,739,618 in 2012. Many investors are throwing their money into this sector and as result there are 27 ISP's, 8 Mobile operators (2, 2.5 and 3G) and 304 Internet cafes by Jan 2012. The fibre optic is also reaching to every province and city in the country and so far, there are three companies that have run the cable in the country: CFOCN (Cambodia Fibre Optic Cable Network): 5,180km, Telecom Cambodia (TC): 1,200km and Viettel Cambodia: 16,000 km. Domain names with the suffix .kh are controlled by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. As of December 2003, 320 websites were registered with MPTC and there were approximately 1,000 Cambodia-related websites on the Internet. Even though there are such good signs of Internet development in Cambodia, but the price of Internet is still high comparing to the neighbour countries and the lack of human resources is also the obstacle for IT development in the country. Slides 5.3 MB Video Transcript
Dr Philip Smith
APOPS 1 Introduction and Agenda Slides 39.6 KB Video Transcript
Martin Winter
Open Source Routing
APOPS 2 Open Source Software in RoutingOpenSourceRouting.org is a non-profit working on the Open Source Quagga Software. We are dedicated to help the community to test, fix and improve Quagga. During the talk we look at the status of Open Source Software for Routing to give you an idea if/when/where you might want to consider it. The talk gives a quick overview on the 4 main choices (Quagga, Bird, Xorp & OpenBGPd) and then talks a bit more about the current status of Quagga, where we focus our current work and why you should consider taking a closer look at any of the Open Source Routing alternatives. Slides 1.6 MB Video Transcript
Randy Bush
APOPS 2 RPKI Propagation Emulation Measurement: an Early Report Slides 14.2 MB Video Transcript
Dean Pemberton
APOPS 2 Wherefore art thou CDN?With CDNs playing an ever increasing role in how content is delivered to the majority of Internet users, it is important to consider how well your economy is catered for. This talk offers an interesting perspective from an economy too small to attract its own CDN networks and looks at ways to measure an economies distance to common CDN platforms, and discusses some tactics for making changes. Slides 6.8 MB Video Transcript
George Michaelson
APOPS 3 Measuring IPv6 with advertisements for fun and profit Slides 8.5 MB Video Transcript
Geoff Huston
APOPS 3 The BGP ReportThis is a report on the state of the BGP table, looking at the current size, the update rate, more specifics, and V6 growth. It is an update to previous talks on this topic and I will highlight major regional ISPs in the report to show what is happening in terms of deaggregation and update rates with regional AutNums. Slides 3.3 MB Video Transcript
Emile Aben
APOPS 3 An Update On RIPE NCC R&D ActivitiesAn update on RIPE NCC R&D activities, such as RIPE Atlas, RIPEstat and measurements we've been performing for World IPv6 Launch. Slides 3.7 MB Video Transcript
Mike Jager
Infrastructure Securing IXP ConnectivityInternet eXchange Points allow networks to interconnect with each other for relatively low cost. The financial arguments in favour of peering, especially in developing nations, are well-known. However, connecting to an IXP can increase the attack surface of a member network if adequate precautions are not taken. Some methods to exploit IXP-attached networks are discussed, as well as practical steps to mitigate these attacks. Slides 823.5 KB
Aftab A. Siddiqui
Infrastructure GPON Deployment ExperienceSince Cambodia is part of the growing economies of the region, it would be great to share the GPON deployment experience of Cybernet, Pakistan. What were the circumstances behind the deployment? How were those issues resolved after GPON and how it is benefiting us in cutting down the opex with the grim status of business growth. This also includes a very general overview of GPON architecture as well.
Peter Losher
Internet Systems Consortium
Infrastructure ISC F-root UpdateThis talk will cover the installation of F.ROOT-SERVERS.NET mirrors across the APNIC region over the past decade. Topics include:
- Major milestones (IPv6 and DNSSEC)
- Statistics (how much traffic do they get?)
- Common questions
- Future?
Aftab A. Siddiqui
IPv6 Plenary 1 IPv6 Address Planning and Strategy Slides 68.8 KB Video Transcript
Dr Philip Smith
IPv6 Plenary 1 IPv6 Address Planning Slides 108.0 KB Video Transcript
Yoshinobu Matsuzaki
IPv6 Plenary 1 Addressing planning on ISP Slides 65.0 KB Video Transcript
Haijun Li
China Mobile
IPv6 Plenary 2 IPv6 Progress in China Mobile Slides 1.4 MB Video Transcript
Samir Vaidya
Verizon Wireless
IPv6 Plenary 2 IPv6 at Verizon Wireless Slides 1.8 MB Video Transcript
Alastair Johnson
IPv6 Plenary 2 IPv6 Transition Technologies Slides 612.2 KB Video Transcript
Alastair Johnson
IPv6 Technical IPv6 Transition Technology comparison for SP networksThis presentation takes a look at the common access IPv6 transition technologies and their pros/cons for broadband wireline/wireless providers. Slides 1.8 MB Video Transcript
Masanobu Kawashima
NEC AccessTechnica, Ltd.
IPv6 Technical 464XLAT ExperiencesThis is a presentation regarding 464XLAT experiences from a CPE vendor perspective.

464XLAT provide limited IPv4 connectivity across an IPv6-only network by combining existing and well-known stateful protocol translation in the core and stateless protocol translation at the edge. 464XLAT is a simple and scalable technique to quickly deploy limited IPv4 access service to IPv6-only edge networks without encapsulation.
Slides 1.1 MB Video Transcript
Satoru Tsurumaki
Softbank BB
IPv6 Technical Challenge for IPv6 Deploying in Japan - a Case of Softbank BBService providers are using many strategies to deploy IPv6. Softbank BB, as a leading ISP of IPv6 deployment in Japan, has been putting effort into pursuing the strategy of providing IPv4 connectivity through native IPv6 network for new customers, while existing IPv4 customers use 6rd. Unfortunately it is hard to make progress on that strategy so far. I would like to present an analysis of our situation and share the result of the analysis among us. I will also investigate how to make progress for IPv6 deployment in Japan in this presentation. Slides 1.7 MB Video Transcript
Jessica Shen
NIR SIG CNNIC Allocation and IPv6 Activities UpdateThis is a presentation to report up-to-date IP address and ASN allocation stats and IPv6 promotion activities of CNNIC. Slides 1.9 MB Video
Tomohiro Fujisaki
NIR SIG Discussions in Japan about delegations of IPv4 address spaceTomohiro 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. Slides 179.8 KB Video
Valens Riyadi
NIR SIG IDNIC UpdateA general update on IDNIC activities. Slides 2.9 MB Video
Sheng-Wei Kuo
NIR SIG TWNIC UpdateAn update on IPv6 promotions and activities in Taiwan. Slides 1.1 MB Video
Youngsun La
NIR SIG KRNIC UpdateA general update on KRNIC activities such as IP/AS allocation stats and IPv6 promotion. Slides 1.2 MB Video
Youngsun La
NIR SIG Introduction to IPv4 address reallocation among RIRsAn 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.
Slides 799.9 KB Video
Taiji Kimura
RPKI BoF Introduction to the BoF Slides 88.0 KB
Tomoya Yoshida
RPKI BoF Brief experience report from Japan Slides 1.6 MB
Di Ma
RPKI BoF RPKI Service Promotion Slides 941.2 KB
Randy Bush
RPKI BoF Technical and Operational issues and overcoming them
George Michaelson
RPKI BoF How APNIC accomodates NIRs' Resource CA Slides 3.0 MB
Taiji Kimura
RPKI BoF QA, summary and next step
Taiji Kimura Net. Abuse BoF Interview with JPCER/CC Slides 78.3 KB
Frank Salanitri
Net. Abuse BoF Whois IRT Objects - Greater Mekong Subregion Slides 449.2 KB
Craig Ng
Net. Abuse BoF Regional collaboration and information sharing
Izumi Okutani Net. Abuse BoF Interview with JPCER/CC Slides 78.3 KB
Tobias Knecht Net. Abuse BoF Abuse Handling News Slides 1020.8 KB
Peter Losher
Net. Abuse BoF DNSSEC and DNS attacks
Aftab A. Siddiqui Network Abuse BoF Slides 744.7 KB
Dr Philip Smith Lightning Talks Agenda Slides 323.2 KB Video Transcript
Martin Levy Lightning Talks IPv6 Country-to-Country BGP Routing MeasuredUsing global BGP tools (ie. the archived BGP routing tables at RIPE/RIS and Oregon routeviews as processed by bgp.he.net) it's possible to understand the amount of inter-country connectivity that exists within a specific region. In this case Asia/Pacific.

Historically (10, 15 years ago) it was thought that there still a lot of North American based tromboned paths; but that has significantly changed for the better. The graphical responses seem to indicate that there's a rich country-to-country interconnection for a subset of the countries within the Asia Pacific region.
Slides 2.1 MB Video Transcript
Xing Li Lightning Talks Review of APRICOT-IVI trial SSID and ideas of IPv4/IPv6 transitionThis presentation summarize the deployment experience of the stateless IPv4/IPv6 translation in New Delhi meeting and report the recent progress of translation related transition technologies. Slides 420.5 KB Video Transcript
Paul Wilson Lightning Talks A new look at the IPv6 transitionThis presentation gives a somewhat different view of the IPv6 transition, through an analogy with the current transition from gasoline to electricity in the transportation industry. The goal is to illustrate a number of points:

- the diversity of players involved and the diversity of impacts and actions required

- the issue of "compatibility" between IPv4 and IPv6

- a motivation for IPv6 which is based in what may be a more familiar "real-life" scenario to some

- a further reinforcement of the need for IPv6
Slides 5.8 MB Video Transcript
Richard Barnes Lightning Talks RPSTIRThe RPKI is getting mature enough that ISPs can start making use of it. Four out of the five RIRs have production RPKI systems, and enough ROAs have been issued to cover more than 25,000 /24s of IPv4 space and 9,000 /32s of IPv6 space. This talk will provide some pointers to resources that ISPs can use to start learning how they can use the RPKI to help make their routing more secure. Slides 805.8 KB Video Transcript
Andy Linton Lightning Talks Key Root Signing Ceremony Slides 3.2 MB Video Transcript
Gaurab Raj Upadhaya Lightning Talks Root Server Reachability in APAC Slides 116.9 KB Video Transcript
Che-Hoo Cheng Lightning Talks HKIX Plans for 2013HKIX is planning to set up another core node in 2013 in a new data center within CUHK campus to make it a dual-core design in order to enhance resilience and capacity. Coupled with the upgrade, HKIX is also planning to change the charging model to simple port charge model starting 2013. The author will provide a little bit of details of these plans at his talk. Slides 2.3 MB Video Transcript
Shin Shirahata Lightning Talks Has IPv4 Address Transfer Caused Route Increase?I observed the route advertisement on transferred IPv4 address block before and after of the transfer. I found the number of transferred IPv4 address block will be increased if current trends continues. Also, I observed hundred of route increase by IPv4 address transfers. Slides 575.7 KB Video Transcript