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DESCRIPTIONAfriNIC Update ARIN XXVIII Ernest Byaruhanga. Stats. 4-year highlight:. Stats. Total Number of IPv4 Addresses issued in the region. Stats. Inventory of IPv4 Addresses Left/Available. 2011 average consumption rate: ~ 880,000 addresses/month . Stats. Membership Growth. Stats. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
AFRINIC REGION POLICY DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUP (PDWG) CO-CHAIR ELECTION
AfriNIC UpdateARIN XXVIIIErnest Byaruhanga
My Name is Ernest, the Member Services Manager at AfriNIC
In the next few minutes, I will give you an overview of what we have been doing.
Unfortunately I have been given 10 minutes we need like a full day to go through our activities, but lets try to use that time nevertheless!
2011: IPv4 addresses so far issued as of today is ~ 8.4 m (We are looking at approx. an entire /8 by year end at the same consumption rates).
Total Number of IPv4 Addresses issued in the region
About 45 million IPv4 addresses allocated in the region in total (~ 3 /8s)
80% allocated by AfriNIC (after 2004)
Million IPv4 Addresses
Inventory of IPv4 Addresses Left/AvailableBlockReceivedUsedAvailable41/8Apr/200599.33%111,616102/8Feb/20110.00%16,777,216105/8Sep/201012.50%14,680,064196/8Apr/200528.13%12,058,112197/8Oct/200878.61%3,588,096Various FragmentsNov/20090.00%25,624,576TOTAL AVAILABLE: 72,839,680 (4.4 /8s)
2011 average consumption rate:
~ 880,000 addresses/month
Time to deplete: ~ 7 years (at the current consumption rates, other factors remaining constant)
IPv6 Allocation Growth
Resource Distribution by Country
Policy UpdateProposalStatusAbuse Contact Information in the AfriNIC whois db.Pending ImplementationIPv4 Soft-Landing Policy ProposalLast CallGlobal Policy for Post Exhaustion IPv4 Allocation Mechanisms by the IANALast CallReclamation of Allocated but Un-routed IPv4 AddressesAbandonedTransfer of IPv4 Addresses to Any EntityAbandonedAddition of Contact Email to Whois (Bulk) DataAbandoned
Signed MoU with CTO:
Collaborate on actions promoting ICT4D.
Joint training and capacity building in areas that fall within the mandate of both parties (IPv6,etc)
Presence at the IGF (Nairobi, KE):
Outreach & stakeholder collaboration purposes
Marketing & networking
IPv6 & INRM Workshops:
2011 : completed 8 countries, 3 left till year end
2010: 10 workshops conducted.
Direct results from the v6 workshops:
Increased demand for IPv6 allocations/assignments. (more than 60% of the region)
More prefixes deployed & visible.
AfriNIC 15 will be held in Yaounde, Cameroon from 19 25th November 2011.
2008 2009 2010 2011
IPv4: Number of addresses issued: IANA allocations Received:
1 IPv6: Requests approved: Number of countries with IPv6 footprint:
AS Numbers assigned: 84 100 146 105 Number of New Members: 88 97 134 104