Monthly Archive: February 2012

Feb 07

New BCOP Draft Posted – IPv6 Peering and Transit

We’ve now added a new BCOP draft to the site on “IPv6 Peering and Transit.”  Chris Grundemann presented the draft yesterday at NANOG 54 and at this point is looking for any and all feedback on the document.  He is looking for co-authors, contributors, expert reviewers and any other comments and suggestions about the draft. …

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Feb 03

Welcome to our new IPBCOP website!

If you’ve been a member of our mailing list for a while, you’ll know that we’ve been working on setting up a new web presence.  This site is now obviously live – and we welcome any comments you may have.  Please take a look around and let us know in the comments to this post …

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Feb 03

New drafts available for Development Process and IPv6 Subnetting

In advance of next week’s NANOG meeting, we’ve posted the most recent drafts of the BCOPs related to: the BCOP Development Process IPv6 Subnetting We definitely welcome your feedback to the mailing list on these documents.  Thanks! P.S. If you are interested in creating a BCOP draft, our template is now available online.

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Feb 03

BCOP Presentation at NANOG 54

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If you will be attending NANOG 54 next week in San Diego, California, Aaron Hughes will be presenting about this IP BCOP effort.  The presentation will be on Monday, February 6, from 4:30-6:00pm in the California Ballroom. Aaron will be discussing: Introduction to BCOP Current Drafts & Ratification New Drafts New Website SBIR (Michael Sinatra) …

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