Presentation on theme: "20th APNIC Open Policy Meeting SIG: DB Thursday 8 September 2005 Hanoi, Vietnam Chair: Xing Li."— Presentation transcript:
20th APNIC Open Policy Meeting SIG: DB Thursday 8 September 2005 Hanoi, Vietnam Chair: Xing Li
db-19-001 Following approval at each remaining step of the policy development process, the APNIC Secretariat will implement proposal prop-026-v001, APNIC to publish address assignment statistics.prop-026-v001 –Status: implemented, Sanjaya to report db-18-001 Proposal for establishment of an IPv6 IRR to be referred to the mailing list for detailed discussion of the framework and implementation. –Status: implemented, Sanjaya to report db-17-002 Proposal for IRR mirroring policy (prop-003-v002) to be returned to the Database mailing list for further discussion.Update: Open. No activity on mailing list. The item will remain open. However, if there is no progress by the next APNIC meeting, the item will be closed.prop-003-v002 –Status: withdrawn by proposer Review of previous open action items
[prop025-v001] To add support in the APNIC Whois database for IPv6 IRR The original target for implementation was April 2005, but this was delayed because of some technical issues in customising the software. Testing is now underway (testwhois.apnic.net) and the Secretariat plans to move it to production service after additional public testing. This is expected to complete by late September 2005.
[prop026-v001] To provide a summarised form of address assignment statistics, the Secretariat now publishes daily reports to ftp.apnic.net/stats/apnic/assigned-apnic-yyyymmdd. These reports do not include customer information, but still allow researchers to perform statistical analysis. Sanjaya encouraged the NIRs to consider publishing statistics in the same format, to allow the full picture of the regional assignment situation to be seen.