Welcome - Bula! APNIC Member Meeting 3 September

Welcome - Bula! APNIC Member Meeting 3 September

Welcome - Bula! APNIC Member Meeting 3 September 2004 Nadi, Fiji First we must thank Gold Sponsor APNIC Member Meeting and Silver sponsors APNIC member meeting Agenda Overview - AM 9:00 9:15 - 9:45 Welcome APNIC update and financial report Paul Wilson 9:45 - 10:00 APNIC Executive Council report Akinori Maemura 10:00 - 10:30

APNIC Stakeholder and Member Survey Paul Wilson 10:30 - 11:00 Morning tea 11:00 - 12:00 RIR reports 12:00 - 12:30 - ARIN report Ray Plzak - LACNIC report Ray Plzak - RIPE NCC report Axel Pawlik Open discussion (Open mic) Agenda Overview - PM

12:30 - 14:00 Lunch 14:00 - 15:30 SIG and BOF reports - Policy - Database - DNS operations - IPv6 technical - NIR - IX - Routing - APOPS - NIR training - NIR policy process Takashi Arano Xing Li Joe Abley Kazu Yamamoto Akinori Maemura Philip Smith Philip Smith Philip Smith John Hng Izumi Okutani 15:30 - 16:00

Afternoon tea 16:00 - 16:15 AC update Kenny Huang 16:15 - 16:30 ICANN/NRO update Paul Wilson 16:30 - 17:00 Open discussion (Open mic) 17:00 - 17:15 Next meeting and thanks 17:15 Close Paul Wilson Agenda Bashing Questions or Suggestions?

Agenda Overview - AM 9:00 9:15 - 9:45 Welcome APNIC update and financial report Paul Wilson 9:45 - 10:00 APNIC Executive Council report Akinori Maemura 10:00 - 10:30 APNIC Stakeholder and Member Survey Paul Wilson 10:30 - 11:00 Morning tea 11:00 - 12:00

RIR reports 12:00 - 12:30 - ARIN report Ray Plzak - LACNIC report Ray Plzak - RIPE NCC report Axel Pawlik Open discussion (Open mic) APNIC update and financial report Paul Wilson Director General Report Overview

Membership status Resource status Developments in 2004 Third APNIC Member Survey APNIC Meetings Financial report to July 2004 APNIC Status Report Membership Status Total APNIC Membership Extra Large 1000 Very Large Large Medium 900 Small Very Small 800 Associate 700 600

500 400 300 200 100 0 Jun-96 Jun-97 Jun-98 Jun-99 Jun-00 Jun-01 Jun-02 Jun-03 Jun-04 Total APNIC Membership Other

1000 TH SG 900 PK PH 800 NZ MY 700 JP 600 IN HK 500 CN AU 400

AP 300 200 100 0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Membership Growth per Month Closed Members 40 New Members

30 20 10 0 -10 -20 Jun-96 Jun-97 Jun-98 Jun-99 Jun-00 Jun-01 Jun-02 Jun-03 Jun-04 APNIC Status Report

Resource Status IPv4 Addresses Allocated Millions 192 222 221 176 220 219 160 218 144 211 210 128 112 96 80 203 202 061

060 059 64 48 32 16 0 Jan-95 Jan-96 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 IPv4 Address Distribution Millions Other TH SG MY IN

HK AU TW KR CN JP 40 36 32 28 24 20 16 12 8 4 0 Pre-1996 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

2003 2004 IPv4 Address Allocations - Annual Millions 64 2004 56 2003 2002 2001 48 2000 1999 40 1998 1997 1996 32 Pre-1996

24 16 8 0 JP CN KR TW AU HK IN MY SG TH Other IPv4 Address Allocations - Global 2.5 2

1.5 apnic arin lacnic 1 ripencc 0.5 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 ASN Allocation - Monthly 3500 3000 2500 2000

1500 1000 500 0 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 ASN Allocations - Distribution NZ 123 TW 141 ID

120 TH 108 Other 375 IN 96 KR 600 CN 188 JP 581 HK 220 AU 574 Whois queries per month . 35 30 Denied

Query 25 20 15 10 5 0 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03 Jan-04 HTTP queries per month .

35 30 Whois Query 25 20 15 10 5 0 Jan-97 Jan-98 Jan-99 Jan-00 Jan-01 Jan-02 Jan-03

Jan-04 APNIC Status Report Secretariat Activities APNIC secretariat staff 45 40 Administration Communication Documentation Member Services Tech Services APNIC Ltd 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Jun-96 Jun-97 Jun-98

Jun-99 Jun-00 Jun-01 Jun-02 Jun-03 Jun-04 Member services Helpdesk 1-day helpdesk turnaround on telephone and email MyAPNIC More than 60% members signed up Check out the demo! Planning VOIP access Later extended hours (South Asia) ISP support website Communications South Asia Liaison appointed Kapil Chalwa APster

Latest issue published for APNIC18 www.apnic.net/apster Translation APNIC brochures CN(2), ID, JP, KR, TH, VN Annual report 2003 Coming soon Liaison IETF/IAB standards processes IETF meetings IPv6 6to4, ip6.int, ULA, HD-ratio etc Technical services Root server deployments Working with root operators (F, I, K) New host locations welcome (send EOIs) APNIC PoPs M Reliable distributed services AU, JP, HK F Online services: reverse DNS,

whois, www Technical developments MyAPNIC development ongoing Internal administrative systems Allocation and member management Core database re-engineering Certification authority Strong crypto hardware Meeting registration system Redeveloped for all training and meeting needs Used by APNIC, APRICOT, APAN, SANOG, AP* Technical operations Service provisioning Internal and external (extra NSs) Rootserver activities Coordination and liaison Installation support Early Registration Transfer (ERX)

Swamp remains: 192/8 (700 records) Completed end 2004 Policy implementation Involve all staff: member services, technical, communications, admin Including Lame delegation cleanup Historical resource transfer Historical resource protection Public/hidden database attribute Unused address recovery Lower minimum allocation and criteria Request form updates, documentation APNIC Status Report Training Curriculum Core courses Internet Resource Management I Internet Resource Management II

Internet Resource Management Essentials Additional DNS Workshop (2-day) Advanced DNS Workshop (4-day) IRR Tutorial IPv6 Technicals * Routing Workshop * Training to date 2004 Hong Kong April Kathmandu March *+ Beijing July Rawalpindi March 30 sessions In total

Manila May+ Bangalore January* Nha Trang June Vientiane June Fiji August Bangkok March* Melbourne April Kuala Lumpur February*+ July* Jakarta July+ Hamilton January (*) with DNS workshop (+) with IRR tutorial APNIC Status Report

Meetings APNIC meetings Regular features Multicast/webcast Simultaneous translation (when needed) Real-time reporting Jabber (transcript and remote participation) Meetings in other venues APRICOT 2004, KL (APNIC-17) SANOG, Kathmandu Other Policy lunch Newcomers breakfast Fellowships Thanks to Softbank BB and other sponsors! New at APNIC 18! APNIC CEOs Meeting Nadi, Fiji, 30 Aug 2004 First ever APNIC event for CEOs and Snr Executives APNIC business and operating model

Global issues affecting IP addressing Training and Resource Services updates Provide input into APNIC strategy and policy Networking with peers Attended by 24 guests CEOs, EC, observers Hoping to develop in future! APNIC18 By economy TH 1 ID 4 US 10 KR 6 TW 5 IN 1 NL 4 BR 1 VN 3 SG 2 CN 11 NP 2 NZ 2

HK 1 FM 1 CA 1 MU 1 UY 1 ES 1 FJ 18 Other 18 SB 1 MY 1 VU 1 GB 1 PW 1 PG 1 JP 25 AU 28 NR 1 WS 1 KI 1 APNIC18 By area Oceania 61 South-Central

5 South-East 12 Africa 1 East 59 APNIC18 Attended before? No 81 Yes 53 APNIC18 Industry sector Other 26 National Internet Registry 18 Other Internet Organisation 9 Regional Internet Registry 29

Vendor 6 Internet Hosting or Applications Provider 2 ccTLD 1 Internet Service Provider 41 APNIC18 Role Network Engineer 28 CEO 13 Hostmaster 9 Other 32 Trainer 3 Media 2 Manager

44 APNIC18 Connectivity needed I will use the terminal room 17 I will bring my own laptop and wireless card 100 I will bring a laptop, but would like to borrow a wireless card 9 I don't need internet connectivity 5 APNIC Update Financial Status Statement of Activities - Expenses Expenses (USD) Exchange Rate (*) Actual YTD

Budget 2004 Budget YTD(*) Budget Budget % 0.7401 0.7275 172,500 134,820 134,820 37,680 27.9% Communication 53,696 162,566

81,283 (27,587) -33.9% Contribution/sponsorship 15,268 64,000 15,268 0 0.0% 145,228 240,808 120,404 24,824 20.6% Meeting/ training expenses

26,811 73,651 36,825 (10,014) -27.2% Membership fees 38,250 62,989 31,495 6,755 21.4% Other Operating expenses 641,792 1,377,394 700,511 (58,719)

-8.4% Professional fees 173,736 437,534 218,767 (45,031) -20.6% Rent 110,885 220,106 110,053 832 0.8% Salaries 956,375

1,987,458 993,729 (37,354) -3.8% TOTAL EXPENSES 2,334,542 4,761,326 2,443,155 (108,613) -4.4% Administrative fee ICANN Depreciation 1.7% Statement of Activities - Revenues Revenue (USD) Exchange Rate (*) Interest income IP Resource application fees Membership fees

Actual YTD Budget 2004 Budget YTD(*) Budget Budget % 0.7401 0.7275 1.7% 62,276 266,871 133,435 (71,159) -53.3%

150,095 308,000 154,000 (3,905) -2.5% 1,781,937 3,652,438 1,826,219 (44,282) -2.4% Non-members fees 36,005 75,580 37,790 (1,785) -4.7% Per Allocation fees 242,231

421,740 210,870 31,361 14.9% 33,063 37,749 18,875 14,188 75.2% SUB-TOTAL REVENUE 2,305,607 4,762,377 2,381,189 (75,581) -3.2% 0 168,199 0.0%

TOTAL REVENUE 2,473,806 4,762,377 2,381,189 92,617 3.9% Sundry income FX gain (loss) 168,199 0 Operating Surplus Operating Surplus (USD) Exchange Rate (*) Actual YTD Budget 2004 Budget YTD(*) Budget

Budget % 0.7401 0.7275 Total Revenue 2,473,806 4,762,377 2,381,189 92,617 3.9% Total Expenses 2,334,542 4,761,326 2,443,155 (108,613) -4.4%

139,264 1,051 (61,966) 201,230 OPERATING SURPLUS 1.7% YTD Financial Position Financial Position (USD) Exchange rate(*) YTD 2004 EOY 2003 % 0.6978 0.7521 -7.20% CURRENT ASSETS

6,489,736 6,482,481 0.1% NON-CURRENT ASSETS 2,239,947 2,303,904 -2.8% 8,729,683 8,786,384 -0.6% TOTAL LIABILITIES 2,764,401 2,498,434 10.6% TOTAL EQUITY

5,965,281 6,287,950 -5.1% 8,729,683 8,786,384 -0.6% TOTAL ASSETS TOTAL LIAB & EQUITY

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