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APNIC Policy Revision

On 4 August 2008, APNIC will implement three policy proposals that reached consensus at APNIC 25 in Taipei, Taiwan in February 2008. The APNIC Executive Council (EC) endorsed the proposals during their May 2008 meeting. The three policy changes are:

Changing the minimum IPv4 allocation size to /22This change will make it easier for small ISPs to receive direct allocations from APNIC.

Adding an alternative IPv6 initial allocation criteriaThis change will make it easier for more ISPs to receive IPv6 allocations from APNIC by enabling current LIRs with IPv4 allocations to receive IPv6 initial allocations without a plan for making 200 assignments.

Revising the reverse zone delegation section of Operational policies for National Internet Registries in the APNIC regionThis change updates the document to include a reference to IPv6 reverse delegations and aligns reverse DNS methods for NIRs with reverse DNS methods available to other APNIC members.

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