NRO comments on the WGIG Report

NRO comments on the WGIG Report The Number Resource Organization submitted the following comments to the WGIG regarding its Final Report presented on 18 July 2005. Number Resource Organization (NRO) Comments on the WGIG Report 15th August, 2005 We, the Number Resource Organization, congratulate the WGIG on their work and understand that important conclusions are represented from this report. Internet… Read More

NRO document presented to the WGIG during its 4th open consultation meeting

NRO document presented to the WGIG during its 4th open consultation meeting This statement is made by the Number Resource Organization (NRO), representing the 5 Regional Internet Registries, and pertains to the question of Internet technical coordination, one of the key topics of the recent Internet Governance discussions. The NRO has been supportive of the ICANN model as the most… Read More

NRO response to WGIG Paper on IP Numbers

NRO response to WGIG Paper on IP Numbers Comments to WGIG on Draft Working Paper on IP Numbers (April 2005) Submitted by the Number Resource Organization https://www.nro.net Name of the paper: Cluster one B3 Assessment Report Number Resource Organization Comments We appreciate the efforts that have been put into the production of this draft document. It is reassuring to see… Read More

Comments to WGIG on Draft Working Papers Identifying Issues for Internet Governance

Comments to WGIG on Draft Working Papers Identifying Issues for Internet Governance Name of the paper: Draft WGIG Issue Paper on the Administration of Internet Names and IP Addresses (pdf) 1. General Comments We appreciate the efforts that have been put into the production of this draft document. It appears to be a useful first step towards a comprehensive coverage… Read More

NRO Comments on the WGIG Panel at ICANN WSIS Workshop in Cape Town

Presented by Paul Wilson, Director General, APNIC The Regional Internet Registries have been participating in WSIS for over two years, individually and more recently through the Number Resource Organization, which represents RIRs globally. There are a few WSIS areas where we might like to spend our time, but WGIG is now demanding all of our attention. We are participating in… Read More

Clarification on NRO statement: “NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses”

Clarification on NRO statement: “NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses” In the NRO response to the ITU Memorandum “ITU and Internet Governance” we said, “The ITU memorandum has proposed a new IPv6 address space distribution process, based solely on national authorities.” We understand that some parties have expressed concern that we may have… Read More

Houlin Zhao’s Response to NRO Statement: “NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses”

Houlin Zhao’s Response to NRO Statement: “NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses” Dear Paul, Having read your document, I find many valuable information and opinions, which I share with you without hesitation and reservation. However, I also find some misunderstandings to my proposals on IPv6. To avoid further confusions and unnecessary reactions, I… Read More

Summary of NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses

Summary of NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses Introduction On 21 October 2004, the Director of ITU TSB published a memorandum, “ITU and Internet Governance” for public comment. The text below is a summary of the Number Resource Organization’s (NRO) public response on behalf of the Regional Internet Registries: APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and… Read More

NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses

NRO Response to ITU Comments on the Management of Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses On 21 October 2004, the Director of ITU TSB published a memorandum, “ITU and Internet Governance” for public comment. The Number Resource Organization (NRO) respectfully offers this public response on behalf of the Regional Internet Registries: APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and RIPE NCC. This response is limited to… Read More

NRO Comments Concerning ICANN and the World Summit of the Information Society

The Number Resource Organization [NRO] is the coalition of Regional Internet address Registries [RIRs] which operate in the world today. It was formed on 24 October 2003 in Chicago, Illinois, USA, by a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by the RIRs. The NRO is an organization representing the collective experience of individual RIRs and their communities. While the prime subject… Read More