As a global network of networks, the Internet is, in many ways, borderless — and still, there are unique national characteristics:
geographical and economic challenges, national Internet Governance policies, peering arrangements between various providers, and many other factors that all play a role in shaping any one country’s Internet landscape. Understanding these can provide a more comprehensive picture of a country’s unique place in the broader Internet ecosystem and can help identify challenges and new opportunities.

I will discuss Internet number resource holdings and IPv6 readiness, traffic paths and routing security.

In my presentation, I want to highlight findings about the country, answer questions, present relevant services & projects by the RIPE NCC, and gather feedback.