Joint Statistics - APNIC

Joint Statistics - APNIC

Regional Internet Registries Statistics & Activities IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Prepared By APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, RIPE NCC Overview Internet Number Resource Status Report RIR Activities Joint Number Resource Organization [NRO] APNIC

ARIN LACNIC RIPE NCC Emerging AfriNIC 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis IPv4 /8 Address Space Status

9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis IPv4 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison 30 September 2003 2.50 APNIC ARIN LACNIC RIPE NCC 2.00

1.50 1.00 0.50 0.00 1999 9 November 2003 2000 2001 IEPG @ IETF 58 2002

2003 Minneapolis IPv4 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Cumulative Total (1 January 1999 30 September 2003) LACNIC 0.33 2% APNIC 6.51 32% ARIN 7.57

36% RIPE NCC 6.11 30% 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis ASN Assignments from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison 30 September 2003 3,000 APNIC

ARIN LACNIC RIPE NCC 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 1999 9 November 2003 2000 2001 2002

IEPG @ IETF 58 2003 Minneapolis ASN Assignments from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Cumulative Total (1 January 1999 30 September 2003) 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison

30 September 2003 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Cumulative Total (1 January 1999 30 September 2003) 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis

Total IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs By Economy 30 September 2003 UK 21 NL 28 DE 46 US 62 JP 63 0 9 November 2003 50

All Other Economies 228 100 150 IEPG @ IETF 58 200 250 Minneapolis Number Resources in Africa Source APNIC

IPv6 (/32) ASN 0 1 32,178 3 121 5,664 1

57 TOTAL 37,890 4 179 ARIN RIPE NCC 9 November 2003 IPv4 (/24) 48

IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Links to RIR Statistics Raw Data/Historical RIR Allocations: http://www.aso.icann.org/rirs/stats/index.html http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space RIR Stats: http://www.apnic.net/info/reports/index.html http://www.arin.net/statistics/index.html http://www.lacnic.net/en/est.html http://www.ripe.net/ripencc/pub-services/stats 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis Joint Activities 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis ASO Support Secretariat 2003 APNIC 2004 RIPE NCC

Activities Coordination Outreach Participate in WSIS NRO MoU Policy IANA to RIR v4 & v6 RIR to ISP/LIR v6 9 November 2003

IEPG @ IETF 58 ERX Project Staff Exchange RIR / ICANN MoU Minneapolis Number Resource Organization [NRO]

9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Why? Formalize the RIR Cooperative Efforts Services Activities Provide Single Interface Point to the RIRs ICANN Service Contracts, Budget, etc. IETF Addressing Issues Protect the Bottom Up Policy Process Protect the Unallocated Number Resource Pool 9 November 2003

IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Organization Executive Council Numbers Council Secretariat http://www.arin.net/library/rir-docs/ nro-comments email list 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis APNIC

9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis APNIC16 Policy Update Consensus points only Now being circulated for 2 month comment period on the ML after the Open Policy meeting Prop-001-v001: Revised policy development process Prop-002-v001: Document revision policy Prop-008-v001: IANA IPv4 resource request procedures Prop-005-v001: RIPE-261 follow up

Regional allocations, larger allocation size from IANA (/8 or /12 further discussion needed) Prop-006-v001: Historical resource transfers 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Policy Update from APNIC16.. Prop-011-v001: Revised IXP assignment policy Prop-007-v001: Privacy of customer assignment records Prop-010-v001: Protecting resource records in APNIC whois database Prop-007-v001: Revised lame delegation

cleanup Informational only Create a guidelines document to explain existing IPv6 policy more clearly 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Technical Services Anycast root mirror servers Agreement with F (ISC) Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing (test) New agreement with I (Autonomica) 5 sites in planning For deployment in next 6 months

Database cleanup Unreferenced and unprotected objects Improved consistency and statistics reporting: IPv6 & ERX, bogons 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Next APNIC Open Policy Meeting In KL, Malaysia with APRICOT 2004 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis ARIN 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Activities Native IPv6 Stronger Authentication Hijacking CRISP ERX Improved statistics and graphics Collecting Overdue Accounts

9 November 2003 IEPG[email protected] 58 Minneapolis Policy Proposals 2003- 3: Residential Customer Privacy 2003- 4: IPv6 Policy Changes 2003- 5: Distributed Information Server Use Requirements 2003- 9: WHOIS Acceptable Use 2003-10: Apply HD Ratio to IPv4 Allocations 2003-11: Purpose & Scope of WHOIS Directory 2003-12: IANA to RIR IPv4 Allocation 2003-13: Six Month Supply of IP Addresses 2003-14: Remove /13 Maximum Allocation 2003-15: IP Address Allocation for Africa Portion of ARIN 2003-16: POC Verification

2002- 2: Experimental Internet Resource Allocations 2002- 3: Micro-Assignments for Multihomed Networks 9 November 2003 [email protected] 58 Deferred: 5 Last Call : 8 Last Call Deferred Last Call Deferred Deferred Deferred Last Call Last Call Last Call Last Call

Deferred Last Call Last Call Minneapolis On-Demand Training Registration Processes Flowcharts ARIN Database & Templates Querying ARINs WHOIS http://www.arin.net/library/training/ 9 November 2003 [email protected] 58 Minneapolis

VANCOUVER, B.C. April 18-21, 2004 XIII 9 November 2003 Mark Your Calendars [email protected] 58 Minneapolis LACNIC 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis LACNIC General Information Became the fourth RIR in October 31st 2002. LACNIC has completed its first year of full-operation. Very positive evaluation. The organization is absolutely consolidated and both membership and budget are in stable growing. Completely integrated and involved in all the RIRs activities. Cooperation LACNIC is strongly acting in cooperation agreements with other Latinamerican organizations producing positive effects in the community. External relationships LACNIC is very proactive in its relation with governments, regulators, and international organizations in the Latinamerican region.

9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis Engineer Activities LACNICs services in IPv6 before the end of the year. New features to analyze statistic information launched in August. SIARI. Client Accounting System under development, to offer more interactive tools to our members and customers. Customization of ARINs voting system with some new Add-on. It was successfully used in our Board of Directors last election. Proactive in Reverse Delegation Lame with very good results. 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis LACNIC POLICY ACTIVITIES LACNIC IV - April 23rd 25th 2003, Santiago, Chile www.lacnic.net/en/lacnicIV.html Policies approved: IPv6 Microallocations (Implemented) Microallocation for End Users multihomed. (Implemented) Bulk Whois. (Implemented) Proposals to be considered during LACNIC V DNS Lame delegation, Allocation of Internet resources for experimental use,

IPv6 policies revision Modifications to Microallocations for End Users Multihomed. Working groups that have worked bat have not made any concrete recommendation: Allocation windows Rwhois LACNICs Policies - http://lacnic.net/en/policies.html LACNICs Policies Status - http://lacnic.net/en/des-pol.html LACNIC Policy Development Process - Currently under dicussion. There is a draft to discuss and the discussion will continue in LACNIC V. http://lacnic.net/en/d-pol.html 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis LACNIC V La Habana, Cuba Nov. 19-20, 2003 Hotel Nacional http://lacnic.net/en/lacnicV.html Enjoy the most famous Cuban show in the LACNIC V social event!! TROPICANA 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis

RIPE NCC 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58 Minneapolis RIPE Region Policy Update PI Task Force Straw Man proposal to decrease minimum allocation size and stop PI assignments Inetnum status: attribute Proposal to change values to make their meanings easier to understand IP Address Space Management

IANA -> RIR allocations IPv4 & IPv6 allocations (ripe-261) 9 November 2003 . IEPG @ IETF 58 . Minneapolis RIPE NCC K anycast cluster deployment done AMS-IX / LINX / Assessing further locations Documentation Renewal

IPv4 policy document New Forms and Supporting Notes LIR Portal New Web Forms RIPE NCC GM Meeting 2003 Adjacent to RIPE 46 Meeting 2004 Activity Plan, Budget and Charging Scheme Approved http://ripe.net/ripencc/regional-meetings/dubai-2003/ 9 November 2003 . IEPG @ IETF 58 .

Minneapolis RIPE NCC Activities Focus 2004 Improving Quality of Service Shorter Fulfilment Time Simpler Procedures Stronger Membership Support Widen & improve communication channels Telephone contact (receiving, originating) Support members in specific areas (Regional Support) Develop RIPE NCC Services WG Information Access and Quality Information Services Registration Data / Operational Statistics

Website re-design Improve navigation / increased clarity of information 9 November 2003 . IEPG @ IETF 58 . Minneapolis AFRINIC 9 November 2003 IEPG @ IETF 58

Minneapolis Activities / Annoucements in 2003 Call for hosting country proposals (Feb 2003). five proposals received: South Africa Kenya Mauritius Egypt Joint proposal from Ghana Uganda Senegal

Selection of hosting countries: Via consensus from the applicants, it was decided to distribute AfriNIC activities across 4 locations (on incorporated entity). AfriNIC 2003 Hosting countries Mauritius HQ and incorporation of Afrinic South Africa

Technical operations Ghana Training Coordination Egypt Mirroring and disaster recovery AfriNIC 2003 Activities / Annoucements in 2003 Kampala Meeting (June 2003) AfNOG IV Activity report to local community http://www.afrinic.org/AfriNIC-Status-062003.txt

AfriNIC Meeting - Johannesburg (September 17th 2003) Reviewing Terms of Reference for Hosting Countries. Outreach and input from local community (There will be a ISPA i-week at the same time in Johannesburg) Visit of facilities offered by SA for AfriNIC

Operation (Cape town/Pretoria) Receive formal Support from more than 20 ISPs/ LIRs in Africa AfriNIC 2003 Activities / Annoucements in 2003 Activity Report sent to local ISPs/LIRs. Transition Plan New web site under construction. Lunch of an information letter Afrinic News (Vol.1 Oct 2003)

Appointment of Adiel AKPLOGAN as Project Manager (Oct 2003) Africa Address allocations from the same /8 block (196/8) by RIPE NCC and ARIN (Oct 2003) AfriNIC 2003 Thank You

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