Presentation on theme: "APNIC 23 Routing SIG Report Bali, Indonesia 2 March 2007."— Presentation transcript:
APNIC 23 Routing SIG Report Bali, Indonesia 2 March 2007
Report Venue –Routing SIG held as part of APRICOT Routing Stream –Wednesday 28 February: 16:00-17:30 Agenda –Introduction –Review of Action Items –Presentations –SIG Guidelines Draft –SIG Co-Chair Election
Presentations BGP convergence in much less than a second –Martin Winter (Cisco) Route aggregation recommendations –Philip Smith (Cisco) Deployment of 32 bit ASNs –Andrei Robachevsky (RIPE NCC)
SIG Guidelines Document describing the creation and operation of APNIC SIGs –http://www.apnic.net/meetings/archive/sigs/draft-guidelines- v001.pdf Highlights: –How to form and dissolve a SIG –SIG Chairs elections –Length of service of SIG Chairs –SIG Chair responsibilities –SIG presenter guidelines –Working Groups and BoFs –Consensus guidelines
SIG Chair Election As per SIG Guidelines one of the two chairs stepped down at this meeting –Randy Bush stepped down SIG Chairs agreed to add second co-chair –Two Co-Chair positions were vacant Nominations opened a month prior to SIG meeting –Randy Bush (IIJ) –Tomoya Yoshida (NTT Communications) No other nominations received –Randy and Tomoya elected unopposed as Routing SIG Co- Chairs for a period of two years
The New Administration SIG Chairs: –Philip Smith, Randy Bush, Tomoya Yoshida –email@example.com Mailing List –firstname.lastname@example.org –To subscribe: http://mailman.apnic.net/mailman/listinfo/sig-routing
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