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Press Release

The outcome of the 6th AfriNIC Public Policy Meeting Rockview Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, 28th April to 4th May 2007 AfriNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for Africa, held its 6th public policy meeting in Abuja, Nigeria from the 28th April to 4th May 2007.

This meeting held with AfNOG, AfREN, AfTLD and INET Africa exposed the latest works being carried out on the IPv6 as well as Internet Governance and IP number resources allocation policy in Africa. The main focus of this meeting was the IPv4 address exhaustion and what can be done by the community to address issues being raised by this exhaustion.

As an incentive for greater IPv6 take-up and usage within Africa, a new fee schedule was approved for IPv6 Membership fees. Also, a 50% discount has been proposed to universities and research networks on set-up and annual membership fees.


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