Regional Internet Registries Statistics & Activities Prepared By APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, RIPE NCC 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco IPv4 /8 Address Space Status
16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco IPv4 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison 2.50 APNIC ARIN LACNIC RIPE NCC 2.00
1.50 1.00 0.50 0.00 1999 16 March 2003 2000 2001 IEPG @ IETF 56 2002 San Francisco
IPv4 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Four-Year Cumulative Total (1999 2002) LACNIC 0.19 1% APNIC 5.26 31% ARIN 6.64 38% RIPE NCC 5.07
30% 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco ASN Assignments from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison 3,000 APNIC ARIN LACNIC RIPE NCC
2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 1999 16 March 2003 2000 2001 IEPG @ IETF 56 2002 San Francisco
ASN Assignments from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Four-Year Cumulative Total (1999 2002) 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Yearly Comparison 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco
IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs Four-Year Cumulative Total (1999 2002) 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco Total IPv6 Allocations from RIRs to LIRs/ISPs By Country 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56
San Francisco 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/IP-ASN-LACNIC-stat-en.pdf http://www.ripe.net/ripencc/pub-services/stats 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56
San Francisco Joint Activities 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco ASO Support 2002 Secretariat - ARIN
2003 Secretariat - APNIC Activities Outreach Coordination AfriNIC IPv6 Forum 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 IPv6 Policy Revision
ERX Project Staff Exchange ICANN San Francisco APNIC
16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco Policy Developments at APNIC15 (1) Consensus decisions Database SIG whois database cleanup Rough consensus: needs ML discussion Address Policy SIG APNIC policy and document review processes Widen process to give increased opportunity for input using mailing lists before and after meeting IPv6 sparse allocation address management
Based on RIPE-261 Some concerns about regional filtering 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco Policy Developments at APNIC15 (2) Rough consensus: needs ML discussion DNS SIG Sweeping lame delegations More ML discussion needed Address policy SIG An interim scheme for signing the DNS root
Delegation of 2.0.02.ip6.arpa IPv6 policy in action feedback Database SIG Requirements for running a local whois Presentations & SIG reports available at http://www.apnic.net/meetings/15/schedule/index.html http://www.apnic.net/meetings/15/amm/index.html 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco APNIC Service Developments
APNIC meetings Purchased language translation equipment Multicast of all meetings Hostmaster/Training Train the trainer for staff for DNS courses Technical Distributed service architecture - POPs in major IXPs HKIX presence now established Call for EOI for new sites made Exploring native IPv6 transport Host level IP is live for DNS Anycast F-rootserver deployed in HKIX
16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco ARIN 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco Activities
Implemented Lame Delegation Policy ERX RWhois Design Team Staff Exchange Nov 2002 RIPE NCC Hostmasters Feb 2003 APNIC Engineering 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco Immediate Plans
Continue Lame Delegation Cleanup ERX Data Base Continue RWhois Efforts Integrate RWhois Research Efforts with CRISP Develop CA Produce Using ARINs Whois CBT Staff Exchange April APNIC Hostmaster June LACNIC Member Services 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56
San Francisco Home of the Peabody Ducks The meeting is at the Peabody Hotel! Dont Miss These Activities: Policy Discussions Tutorials / Training IPv6 Mini Workshop Help Desk Learning Center 4th Annual Foosball Tournament Social Event @ BB Kings ARIN XI
April 6 - 9, 2003 Memphis, TN Watch www.arin.net for Info 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco LACNIC 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56
San Francisco LACNIC Background became the fourth RIR in October 31st 2002: resolution of ICANN Board in Shanghai Meeting. http://www.icann.org/minutes/prelim-report-31oct02.htm#FinalApprovalofLACNIC Confirmed through the IANA Report in November 7th 2002 http://www.iana.org/reports/lacnic-report-07nov02.htm incorporated as an independent, not-for-profit and open bottom-up membership organization. Legal establishment is in Montevideo, Uruguay. Headquarters in Montevideo, Registration Services are based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. LACNIC currently manage the next resources for its region : IPv4 IPv6
ASN 200/8, ( 84 % allocated ) 2001:1200::/23 27648 28671 and 26592 - 26623 . Total ASN - 1056 LACNIC POLICY ACTIVITIES LACNIC IV - April 23rd 25th 2003, Santiago, Chile. www.lacnic.net/en/lacnicIV.html LACNIC IV includes the Open Policy Forum and Members Assembly Hosting the ASO General Assembly. 7 working groups working toward LACNIC IV. (proposals will be published on Apr. 4th). DNS Lame delegation Allocation of Internet resources for experimental use Bulk Whois IPv6 Microallocation Microallocation for End User (Multihoming)
Allocation windows NAP microallocations LACNIC used to work based on the ARINs policies until LACNIC III. LACNICs first complete policy document was approved during LACNIC III. November, 2002. http://lacnic.net/en/policies-m.html RIPE NCC 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco RIPE Region Policy Update IPv4 Policy
Sub-Allocation Policy accepted (Q2) Portable address space Task Force established IPv6 policy Discussion of revision to common policy begun LIR-WG name change Clarification of where policy is developed 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco RIPE NCC Service Developments (1) Improved service level in 2002 Response time 2 days or fewer
Simplified documentation & change log LIR Portal (secure member access) v.1 launch in Feb. 2003 View and update contact information Mailing list subscription Online services integrated with resource information https://lirportal.ripe.net PKI uniform secure communication Early Registration Transfer Project 4 test /8s being transferred now
Close co-ordination between RIRs 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco RIPE NCC Service Developments (2) IPv6 Update 175 IPv6 allocations in total http://www.ripe.net/ipv6/ipv6allocs.html
TTM IPv6 ready Whois accessible by IPv6 RPSLng prototype under development ns.ripe.net accessible by IPv6 New Hostmaster Robot for Q2 2003 Simpler forms NSD deployed on k-root Feb. 2003 MyAS prototype released Internet Incident reporting - MS SQL Slammer 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco
Prepared by APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and RIPE NCC 16 March 2003 IEPG @ IETF 56 San Francisco
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