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  1. APNIC Status Report APNIC Member Meeting 27 October 2000 Brisbane, Australia

  2. Status Report October 2000 • Membership • Human Resources • Resource Services • Other Services • Projects and Other Activities • Future Directions • Questions

  3. Status Report October 2000 • Membership • Grew from 381 to 539 (42%) since 1/1/2000 • Members now in 36 of 62 AP economies • Resource Allocations • IPv4: from 2.42 to 3.39 x /8 (40%) • ASN: from 1042 to 1511 (45%) • Secretariat • Grew from 12 to 22 staff (45%) • 18,613 tickets processed

  4. APNIC Status Report Membership

  5. How many APNIC Members?

  6. Where are APNIC Members?

  7. APNIC Status Report Human Resources

  8. APNIC Structure * 1 October 2000

  9. APNIC Staffing

  10. APNIC Staffing • New staff positions in 2000 • 9 new positions • Admin Assistant, Database Administrator, Web Designer, Internet Resource Analysts (3), Bookkeeper, Programmers (2), Jr. System Administrator • APNIC Staff now represent 13 AP economies • AU, BD, CN, FJ, HK, IN, JP, KR, LK, MY, PH, VN, TW

  11. Ticketing System

  12. APNIC Status Report Resource Services

  13. APNIC Resources • Consumption rate (past 3 years) • IPv4 875,847 IP/month (0.63 x /8 p.a.) • ASN 30.3 ASN/month (364 p.a.) • Consumption rate (past 1 year) • IPv4 1,616,597 IP/month (1.16 x /8 p.a.) • ASN 49.3 ASN/month (592 p.a.) • Consumption rate (past 6 months) • IPv4 2,146,987 IP/month (1.54 x /8 p.a.) • ASN 56.2 ASN/month (674 p.a.)

  14. IPv4 Allocations - Total

  15. IPv4 Allocations p/month (6 month average)

  16. IPv4 Allocations - Distribution

  17. ASN Allocations - Total

  18. ASN Allocations p/month (6 month average)

  19. ASN Allocations - Distribution

  20. IPv6 Allocations - Total CONNECT-AU-19990916 2001:210::/35 WIDE-JP-19990813 2001:200::/35 NUS-SG-19990827 2001:208::/35 KIX-KR-19991006 2001:220::/35 ETRI-KRNIC-KR-19991124 2001:230::/35 NTT-JP-19990922 2001:218::/35 HINET-TW-20000208 2001:238::/35 IMNET-JPNIC-JP-20000314 2001:248::/35 IIJ-JPNIC-JP-20000308 2001:240::/35 CERNET-CN-20000426 2001:250::/35 INFOWEB-JPNIC-JP-2000502 2001:258::/35 JENS-JP-19991027 2001:228::/35 BIGLOBE-JPNIC-JP-20000719 2001:260::/35 6DION-JPNIC-JP-20000829 2001:268::/35 DACOM-BORANET-20000908 2001:270::/35 ODN-JPNIC-JP-20000915 2001:278::/35 KOLNET-KRNIC-KR-20000927 2001:280::/35 TANET-IPV6-TW 2001:288::/35

  21. IPv6 Allocations - Distribution

  22. IPv6 Allocations - Global

  23. APNIC Status Report Other Services

  24. Training Services • Training courses during 2000 • KR, CN, ID*, VN, TH, AU • Coming up: NZ/Pacific*, KR*, TW, MY • APNIC Seminars • Open events held in most training locations • ICANN/Governance seminars with APTLD (*) • Schedule under development • “Expressions of Interest” may be submitted

  25. Training Attendance

  26. Training Evaluation (ID, Aug 2000, N=15)

  27. Training Evaluation (VN, Sep 2000, N=13)

  28. Documentation • Update of website content • Update of APNIC “standard replies” • APNIC Brochure • Regular contribution to APIA Newsletter • Legal and other documents • Membership Agreement development • ICANN contract • Staff NDA and contracts

  29. Document Translation • Call for proposals issued August 2000 • One document only: APNIC-076 • Several responses received • Use of existing translations: JPNIC, KRNIC • New translations underway: ID, TW • Timetable • New translations due in October • Publication in November • More documents to be translated after this trial

  30. Whois Queries

  31. Whois Updates

  32. HTTP Queries

  33. Internal Services • Under development • Automated in-addr form processing • Automated request parsing • Upgraded ticketing system • Allocation manager • Membership manager • Statistical processing • New accounts system integration

  34. Service Infrastructure • Internet connection • E1 primary connection (40-60% utilisation) • 256Kbps backup connection • Second E1 connection planned for 2000 • Server cluster • Reliability problems largely solved • Regular hardware upgrades needed

  35. APNIC Status Report Projects and Other Activities

  36. Policy Developments • APNIC Fee Structure • Category now determined by allocations • Active for new members and renewals • Address policy changes • Regular allocations from 61/8 • Minimum allocation /20 • Lease-based allocations • All active from August 2000

  37. APNIC Coordination • Global meetings attended • IETF: Adelaide, San Diego* • ARIN: Calgary, Washington • RIPE: Budapest, Amsterdam • INET: Yokohama • AfriNIC: Capetown • ICANN: LA* • LACNIC: Buenos Aires*

  38. APNIC Coordination • AP* meetings • APRICOT 2000: Seoul • APNG: Seoul, Yokohama • APIA, AP* Retreat: Yokohama • Open seminars • To promote understanding of APNIC • Some co-presented with APTLD/APIA • ICANN, AP* and other issues

  39. APNIC Coordination • NIR co-ordination and support • Visits and seminars • CN (CNNIC) • ID (APJII) • KR (Nov - KRNIC meeting) • TW (Nov - TWNIC Meeting) • JP (Dec - Internet Week and Global IPv6 Forum) • Training and support • KRNIC hostmaster visit for 3 months • APJII hostmaster planned

  40. APNIC Coordination • Visits hosted by APNIC • China Mobile • KRNIC • Hanaro Telecom, KT Telecom, Thrunet • DACOM • Optus • Other visits by APNIC • ChinaINET 2000

  41. ICANN Activities • APNIC hosted ASO secretariat during 2000 • ASO GA, Budapest (hosted by RIPE NCC) • AP ASO ICANN Director appointed • Dr Sang Hyun Kyong, KR • AP AC nomination and election (this week) • ASO MoU amendment • Special workshop retreat, Brisbane • Open forum meeting on ASO (Dec, LA)

  42. Service Developments • In-addr redistribution • Transfer of legacy whois & in-addr from ARIN • IRR • Researching suitable server platforms • Porting/testing new RIPE NCC server (RPSL) • Mirror servers • Exchange with ARIN planned for 12/2000

  43. Certification Authority • Response to member concerns on security • Email authentication and privacy • Website authorisation • X.509 certificates • Industry-standard “single-password” system • Trial certificates being issued now • Identity certificates for APNIC members • Later: Attribute certs for resource allocations

  44. APNIC Status Report Future Directions

  45. Future Directions • Documentation • Ongoing development of document library • Website overhaul underway • Ongoing translation of core documents • Training services • Development and implementation • Development of more on-line “help” • Training schedule for 2001 under development

  46. Future Directions • Management & admin systems • Major internal development under way • Automated web forms and processing • Communications • Member survey development • Newsletter and announcements • Statistics and analysis • Member and open policy meetings

  47. Future Directions • “Helpdesk” Service Model • Access all APNIC services at single point • Upgraded ticketing system • Extended hours of operation • Multilingual telephone service schedule

  48. Future Directions • Member self-service website: “MyAPNIC” • Integrated secure front end to member data • Allocation records • Database records • Accounts and billing • Certificates • Ticketing • Member directory • Use APNIC certificates for authorisation

  49. APNIC Status Report Meetings

  50. APNIC Open Policy Meeting • APNIC-10, Brisbane, Australia • First standalone 3-day APNIC meeting • Training and SIG format as in APRICOT2000 • APNIC-11, KL, Malaysia • In association with APRICOT 2001 • Annual Members Meeting: Friday 2 Mar 2001 • APNIC-12 • Location to be decided