APNIC Training on
Effective IP Address Management: Asia-Pacific Policies and Procedures


Training title and summary

"Effective IP Address Management: Asia-Pacific Policies and Procedures"

This course is an important presentation of current APNIC policies, a guide to completing APNIC request forms successfully, and covers important sections such as preparing a network plan, APNIC database procedures, AS procedures, Reverse DNS and IPv6.

Who should attend the APNIC training?

The target audience is technical personnel located in the Asia and Pacific Region, who have responsibility for allocating and/or assigning IP addresses.

For example:

  • hostmaster employees of network information centres or ISPs
  • network planners and designers
  • network installation engineers



 To register for training  

Important note for participants

Seats are limited for this event. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Due to the large amount of interest already expressed we expect that many people will wish to register for this training opportunity. As such, we must limit registration to two people per organisation. Participants from APNIC members will receive priority.

APNIC is concerned that people will register and then fail to attend because the training is offered at no cost to the participant. APNIC expects every person who registers for this training to attend on 23 January 2003. Thank you for your cooperation. We look forward to seeing you.

For more detail of the course content, you are welcome to review the most recent training course presented by APNIC.

For further information contact [email protected].

Topics covered

  • How to prepare an addressing plan
  • APNIC address request procedures
  • APNIC database procedures
  • In-addr.arpa procedures
  • AS request procedures
  • IPv6 overview

Sponsors and coordinators

This training will be delivered to the internet community in Bangladesh without a participant fee. APNIC appreciates the sponsorship provided by United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Sustainable Development Networking Program (SNDP) Bangladesh. This training is being coordinated by SingTel and Advanced Technology Computers Ltd (ATC). APNIC also extends our appreciation to these organisations.

Dhaka, Bangladesh 23 January 2003




23 January 2003
9:00am - 5:00pm

Conference Room
IDB Bhaban (3rd Floor)
E/8-A, Rokeya Sharani
Sher-e-Bangla Nagar
Dhaka - 1207

Fees: Free
Lunch : provided
Refreshments : provided

Sponsored by

United Nations Development Program (UNDP)

Sustainable Development Networking Program (SNDP) Bangladesh

Coordinated by


Advanced Technology Computers Limited (ATC)

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