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RIPE NCC Member Update

The RIPE NCC Member Update provides members with up-to-date articles, statistics and news about the RIPE NCC’s services and activities. The purpose is to keep members informed about the latest developments in the RIPE NCC’s membership, coordination and Internet measurement activities.
Archived: Issue 15: April 2009

RIPE NCC Membership Hits 6,000, Governments' Role in IPv6 Deployment, Formatting 32-bit AS Numbers & RIPE NCC Membership Survey 2008

Archived: Issue 14: September 2008

AS Number Change Could Affect Internet Routing from 1 January 2009, RIPE NCC Attends OECD Ministerial Meeting, RIPE NCC Membership Survey 2008, IPv6 Hours - Sink or Swim!

Archived: Issue 13: April 2008

RIPE Community Resolution on IPv4 Depletion and Deployment of IPv6, RIPE NCC Government Liaison Activities, RIPE NCC Makes Increased Number of IPv6 Allocations, Certification of Internet Number Resources

Archived: Issue 12: October 2007

RIPE NCC Awarded Special Status from United Nations, RIPE NCC Vision and Strategy, DNSSEC and Signing the Root & IPv4 Depletion - The View from the Policy World

Archived: Issue 11: April 2007

Certification of Resources in the RIPE NCC Service Region, RIPE NCC Focus Points and Budget 2007, RIPE NCC Accepting Requests for 4-byte ASNs & 4 byte ASNs: The View from the Old BGP World

Archived: Issue 10: September 2006

Daniel Karrenberg Elected as Chair of ISOC’s Board of Trustees, Certification of IP Resources, RIPE Policy Development in 2006 & The Internet Governance Forum, Athens 2006

Archived: Issue 9: April 2006

RIPE NCC to Review Secondary DNS Service to TLDs & WSIS 2005

Archived: Issue 8: September 2005

Report from the Working Group on Internet Governance

Archived: Issue 7: April 2005

AfriNIC to Emerge as Fully Recognised Regional Internet Registry & New RIPE NCC Standard Service Agreement

Archived: Issue 6: Special Edition

The World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) and Internet Governance