IANA Activities Update RIPE 68 Warsaw, Poland May 2014

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  • IANA Activities Update RIPE 68 Warsaw, Poland May 2014
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  • 2 Auditing IANA Functions Performance Reports Delegation of new gTLDs Review of TCRs for root DNS KSK Global Policy Implementation NTIA stewardship transition Overview
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  • 3 Successfully completed first Systrust security audit of our IANA Registry Management Systems (SOC2) Complements previous Systrust audits of our DNSSEC key management (SOC3) Audits of 2013 IANA Functions
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  • 4 Our performance portal gives detailed performance information for IANA activities Performance (1) https://www.iana.org/performance
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  • 5 Our performance portal gives detailed performance information for IANA activities Including every change made in the root DNS zone Performance (2)
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  • 6 Our performance portal gives detailed information about changes to the root DNS zone Including an audit report of every change made in the root DNS zone Performance (3)
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  • 7 Over 220 new gTLDs delegated since October 2013 Approximately 10 new gTLDs request delegation each week Processing a gTLD delegation request takes about 10 days Delegated new gTLDs
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  • 8 TCRs are volunteers who oversee ICANNs management of the root DNS KSK This consultation asked for input on how well the system works and whether ICANN should be asked to cover their reasonable travel costs Review of Trusted Community Representation in Root Zone DNSSEC Key Signing Ceremonies
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  • 9 IPv4 recovered address space:http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4- recovered-address-space/ipv4-recovered- address-space.xhtmlhttp://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4- recovered-address-space/ipv4-recovered- address-space.xhtml The pool will be declared active as soon as one of the RIRs notifies us that they have reached their last /9likely very soon We developed a command line tool to select the addresses for each allocation Test it out here:https://github.com/icann/ipv4- recovery-algorithmhttps://github.com/icann/ipv4- recovery-algorithm Global Policy Implementation
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  • 10 The U.S. governments announcement On 14 March 2014, the U.S. Government (USG) announced its intent to transition its stewardship of the IANA functions to the global multistakeholder community; As the first step, it asked ICANN to convene global stakeholders to develop a proposal to transition the current role played by the USG; ICANN was asked to serve as a convener based on its role as the IANA functions administrator (since 1998) and the global coordinator for the Internet's Domain Name System (DNS). The multistakeholder community has set the policies implemented by ICANN for more than 15 years.
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  • 11 How can you get involved? Visit ICANN.org get the latest resources on the topic; participate in the events listed in the timeline; follow us on our social channels. Mailing list join to contribute and/or follow the discussion ianatransition@icann.org ianatransition@icann.org access the public archives http://mm.icann.org/pipermail/ianatransition/ http://mm.icann.org/pipermail/ianatransition/
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