Egypt is taking part in the bi-annual meeting of the Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC) in New Delhi – India during the period from 29/8/2007 to 7/9/2007.
The twenty fourth meeting of the Asia-Pacific Network Information Center (APNIC) is considered a great opportunity to meet with peers from different parts of the world.
This year’s meeting shall review and discuss a number of general policies, foremost amongst them is a number of contributions that examine how the Internet community can best deal with the consumption of the remaining IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) IPv4 free pool that are meant to be exhausted within the next few years and how the Internet community can best allocate the remaining allotment of IPv4 addresses. The meeting will also discuss the allocation of IPv6 and proposals suggesting the change of IPv6 distribution policy.
The Egyptian Delegation – represented by NTRA – along with delegations of the Ivory Coast and Uruguay have contributed in preparing a joint proposal, that will be discussed during the proceedings of the conference, on how to best allocate the remaining IPv4 addresses.
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