OARConline 35a is around the corner and will be taking place online on
September 8th at 15:00 UTC. Registrations are now open at <
OARC 36 will be an online meeting on November 29th & 30th starting at 10:00
UTC. The Programme Committee is seeking contributions from the community.
All DNS-related subjects and suggestions for discussion topics are welcome.
For inspiration, we provide a non-exhaustive list of ideas:
- Deployment: Managing DNS changes and propagation, release process, change
- Monitoring: Log ingestion pipeline, analytics infrastructure, anomaly
- Scaling: Managing service capacity, failovers, disaster recovery.
As it is an online workshop, we'd like to encourage brevity; presentations
should not be longer than 20 minutes (with additional time for questions).
* 25 August 2021 - Submissions open via Indico
* 1 October 2021 - Deadline for submission (23:59 UTC)
* 11 October 2021 - Initial Contribution list published
* 1 November 2021 - Full agenda published
* 16 November 2021 - Deadline for slideset submission and Rehearsal
* 29 & 30 November 2021 - OARC 36 Workshop
The Registration page and details for presentation submission are published
DNS-OARC provides registration fee waivers for the workshop to support
those who are part of underrepresented groups at DNS-OARC. See the
registration page for details.
To allow the Programme Committee to make objective assessments of
submissions, so as to ensure the quality of the workshop, submissions
SHOULD include slides. Draft slides are acceptable on submission.
Additional information for speakers of OARC 36:
* your talk will be broadcast live and recorded for future reference
* your presentation slides will be available for delegates and others to
download and refer to, before, during and after the meeting
* you will be expected to attend a rehearsal on November 16th. It would be
very useful to have your slides (even if draft) ready for this.
If you have questions or concerns you can contact the Programme Committee:
Manu Bretelle, for the DNS-OARC Programme Committee
OARC depends on sponsorship to fund its workshops and associated social
events. Please contact <sponsor(a)dns-oarc.net> if your organization is
interested in becoming a sponsor.
(Please note that OARC is run on a non-profit basis, and is not in a
position to reimburse expenses or time for speakers at its meetings.)
Start planning your schedule
Hi NZNOG Community,
The program is taking shape with plenty of technical content on
Internet operations from regional and global Internet leaders.
Don't miss the Opening session where Kathleen Moriarty, Chief Technology
Officer, Center for Internet Security, will speak on the role of service
providers transforming security.
APNIC's Geoff Huston will then be joined by Akamai's Jared Mauch and
Verisign's Sean Donelan with a keynote on lessons learned from global
There are more technical sessions, plus two FIRST sessions on security,
an IPv6 deployment session, Lightning Talks, various SIG sessions, and
tutorials to extend your learning. You can also get updates from the
APNIC Secretariat on new products and services.
Registration is open until the last day of the conference
Participation is free for all, however, you must register to access the
Zoom links for the conference and tutorial sessions.
More information about how to participate is available on the
NextGen Careers BoF
If you're a student or new to the Internet operations industry, bookmark
this session that focuses on supercharging the early part of your
Three budding Internet leaders, AWS's Munkhbat Tserenchimed, World Wide
Web Foundation's Anju Mangal, and Tektelic's Praneet Kaur will share
their experiences and provide practical, real-world advice on how they:
- Made the right decisions for their career path
- Made the most of opportunities when they were presented
- Created opportunities for themselves
Have your say!
Seven policy proposals are up for discussion at the APNIC 52 Open
- prop-135: Documentation
- prop-136: Registration Requirements
- prop-137: IPv6 assignment for Associate Members
- prop-138: Restricting AS-ID in ROA
- prop-139: SOR not required
- prop-140: Update End-Site Definition
- prop-141: Change maximum delegation size of IPv4 address from 512
(/23) to 768 (/23+/24) addresses
Make sure you're subscribed to the Policy SIG mailing list to share your
opinions on the policy proposals.
Good policy relies on a range of opinions. Everyone can participate. It
doesn't matter how much experience you have — it's a great way to
contribute to the Internet.
SIG Chair and Co-Chair elections and IANA RC election
Nominations are open for Chair and Co-Chair elections for the following:
- Policy SIG
- National Internet Registry (NIR) SIG
- Cooperation SIG
- Routing Security SIG
Nominations are also open for the election of one candidate to the IANA
Any individual residing within the Asia Pacific region may be nominated,
except for staff members of any Regional Internet Registry.
Self-nominations are permitted.
The nomination deadline is Monday, 6 September at 17:30 (UTC +10).
More information about the elections, key dates and voting is available
on the conference website.
Thanks to the sponsors
Many thanks to the sponsors of APNIC 52 for their support of the event.
APNIC Secretariat secretariat(a)apnic.net
Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) Tel: +61 7 3858 3100
PO Box 3646 South Brisbane, QLD 4101 Australia Fax: +61 7 3858 3199
6 Cordelia Street, South Brisbane, QLD http ://www.apnic.net
Just in case anyone is interested in remotely presenting to the friendly
folks in the Mongolian NOG. You could also consider it as an opportunity
to sharpen your talk for AusNOG and/or NZNOG :-)
mnNOG-3: Call for Papers
The following is an open call for presentations for the conference
sessions for the 3rd Mongolia Network Operators Group (mnNOG) being
hosted as a hybrid event on 29th October 2021.
Important dates regarding the Call for Papers:
Call for Presentations Opens 9th August 2021
Final Deadline for Submissions 21st October 2021
Final Programme Published 22nd October 2021
The mnNOG-3 is a one day event that includes technical sessions and
possibly panel discussions. You are invited to propose talks that you
think are relevant to the Internet operational and research community.
Note: Any marketing, sales and vendor proprietary content in
presentation is against the spirit of mnNOG and it is strictly prohibited.
The topics given below are not exclusive. Presentations are expected to
be no more than 25 minutes long and with suitable technical content.
· Network Operations
· IPv6 deployment and transition technologies
· Data Center Technologies, Virtualisation
· COVID-19 related network challenges – network scaling, performance,
teleworking, online/distance learning, security
· Access and transport networks including Cable/DSL, LTE/5G, wireless,
metro ethernet, fibre, segment routing
· Network security issues and BCPs
· SDN, NFV, and network automation
· Content & service delivery (Multicast, Voice, Video, Telepresence,
· DNS / DNSSEC and RPKI
· ccTLDs, gTLDs, IDNs
· IXPs and Peering
· Internet of Things (IoT) architectures, standards, services, security,
addressability, and manageability
· Open source tools and practices
· Power System design
· Any case studies or learning related to operational technologies that
you want to share with the community
Draft slides MUST be provided with submissions otherwise the Program
Committee will be unable to review the submission. For work in progress,
the most current information available at time of submission is acceptable.
All draft slides submitted for PC review must be in PDF or PPT format only.
The mnNOG conference will be conducted in the Mongolian language, but
submissions and presentations in the English language are most welcome
from international speakers.
Any questions or concerns should be addressed to the mnNOG Program
Committee by email
We are looking forward to welcoming you to the mnNOG3.
Thanks and best wishes,
On behalf of the mnNOG Programme Committee