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Be Heard! APNIC Community Consultation

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010 - In collaboration with the NRO, APNIC is hosting a special session at APNIC 29 / APRICOT 2010 to give the global Internet community an opportunity to discuss the issues and ramifications of the alternative model proposed by the ITU.

APNIC invites all Members of the global Internet Community to participate at: IPv6 Address Management and ITU - Is an "additional parallel structure" required?

Where: APNIC 29, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
When: 14:00 - 15:30 (UTC +8), Wednesday, 3 March 2010

APNIC is an ITU-D sector Member and will attend the ITU IPv6 Working Group meeting in March that has been commissioned to study this issue in depth. APNIC will be reporting feedback from our Consultation to ensure community feedback is heard.

 


Topics of discussion

  1. Where is the demand for this alternative system coming from? Would competition between IP address management systems bring any benefits to current and future Internet stakeholders?
  2. Is it realistic to expect the policies of an alternative model as proposed by the ITU, to be consistent with RIR policies? Would the possibility of nationalized addressing systems lead to divergent policy systems? What would be the risks to the Internet of divergent policy environments?
  3. If the ITU were to become an Internet registry, how would the ITU model affect the existing RIR model of open, bottom-up, and consensus-driven policy-making?

More detailed information is available on:
http://meetings.apnic.net/29/program/consultation


How can you participate?

Onsite

APNIC 29, Conference Hall 2, Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Remotely

Remote participants can watch via webcasting and can ask questions and make comments for the record via Jabber Chat. These tools can be adjusted to accommodate low bandwidth.

Submissions

APNIC is accepting written submissions. Please post your submission, identifying your name and affiliation and your comments on any or all of three discussion topics as well as general comments to:
ipv6 _at_ apnic _dot_ net


More Information

For more information on remote participation, visit:
http://meetings.apnic.net/29/remote
For more information on the APNIC 29 program, visit:
http://meetings.apnic.net/29

For further assistance, contact: helpdesk _at_ apnic _dot_ net

APNIC Secretariat
Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) Tel: +61-7-3858-3100
PO Box 2131 Milton, QLD 4064 Australia Fax: +61-7-3858-3199
Level 1, 33 Park Road, Milton, QLD
http://www.apnic.net