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1 African Network Information centre © AfriNIC AfriNIC Update LACNIC XI Salvador de Bahia, April 2008

2 African Network Information centre Training activities Training has been an important part of activities since More than 30 training sessions have been conducted in different countries in the region since Since 2006, training was focused on transition to IPv6. Map: Orange: Countries where at least we had one training session (IPv6+LIR) Green: Countries Planed to be covered in 2008

3 African Network Information centre Membership Growth > 100% growth

4 African Network Information centre IPv6 allocation growth Since IPv6 is one of our priority, we are paying particular attention to its allocation growth and the announcement of the allocated prefixes.

5 African Network Information centre 6Deploy AfriNIC has joined the 6Deploy consortium which projects are funded by the European Commission and supported by the of 13 organisations of composing the consortium (including Cisco, AfriNIC, LACNIC, RENATER, Consulintel… etc) to support the deployment of IPv6 in Europe and developing countries Duration: 30 months Total budget: Euros Funding from the EC: Euros Activities will include physical training sessions, e-learning platform, development of deployment guideline, providing technical support for deployment, etc.. First event in Africa will take place during our training session in Nairobi Kenya (17-20 June 2008)

6 African Network Information centre Changes in 2008 Fee Schedule IPv6 Fees For already established LIRs (with IPv4 allocation(s)): Not to count the IPv6 prefix allocation in calculating the category of already established LIRs. For New LIRs: Allow 50% discount on the initial setup fee and 100% discount on the first year's membership fee for a LIR with IPv6 only allocation. Allow respectively 75%, 50%, 25% discount on the membership fee for the three the subsequent years. Research and Education Networks 50% discount on sign-up and membership fees Need to be a not-for-profit Education network Need to plan IPv6 New Fee schedule for LIR

7 African Network Information centre MyAfriNIC: AfriNIC Member Portal MyAfriNIC: a portal to allow LIRs to easily interact with AfriNIC and manage their resources. Launched in September registered users from 116 different organisations (~50% of active LIRs) Online payment now available for members Work on a version 2 of the portal (to integrate some features as result of feedback from Members) has started.

8 African Network Information centre Policies Recently ratified Policy Status Policy Development ProcessRatified Global ASN policy (IANA RIR) Ratified Global Policy for the Allocation of the Remaining IPv4 Address Space (V.1) Withdrawn IPv6 ULA-CentralDiscussion End Policy for IANA IPv4 allocations to RIRsWithdrawn Global Policy for the Allocation of the Remaining IPv4 Address Space V.2 Discussion (new)

9 African Network Information centre Next Public Policy Meetings 31 may – 6 June 2008 Rabat, Morocco Back to back with AfNOG and INETAfrica meeting November 2008 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Back to back with the 4 th Africa IPv6 Day

10 African Network Information centre Thank You


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