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Archived: RIPE NCC Operated K-Root Server Distributing Root Zone Signed with DNSSEC

K-root, one of the 13 root name servers, distributing the root zone signed with DNSSEC as part of a global deployment plan that will see all 13 root zone servers signed by 1 July 2010.

Archived: RIPE NCC Rolls Out Signed .ARPA Zone
Archived: Be Heard! APNIC Community Consultation

Internet address management may be on the brink of change. The ITU (International Telecommunications Union) is studying the creation of an alternative International Internet Registry model to operate in parallel to the existing RIR model.

Archived: AS Number Assignment to the RIPE NCC

The RIPE NCC recently requested that it be allowed to assign an Autonomous System (AS) Number to itself for its DNS services.

Archived: ASO Call for Comments on Nominees for ICANN Board Seat
Archived: ICANN Calls for Applicants for the Position of Volunteer Review Team Member
Archived: RIPE NCC Confirms Commitment to DNSSEC Deployment in the Root Zone
Archived: RIPE NCC and ARIN Issue Joint Statement on ASN Assignment Discrepancies
Archived: RIPE NCC Launches IPv6 Implementation Guide

With just over 10% of IPv4 address space left, the RIPE NCC launches How to Act Now - a guide to making IPv6 deployment simple. The first ever resource of its kind, How to Act Now provides large and small business and government users with the information necessary to successfully deploy IPv6 in their networks.

Archived: Changes to RIPE NCC Online Payments