At long last we have migrated off the BDX8. When Covid prevented the road trip to Melbourne the team had planned, it was down to crossing our fingers and hoping Delta could be stopped. After 6? 8? 10? weeks of lockdown and countless error messages, the decision was made to pull the proverbial plug, and […]

This morning, members received an email regarding a configuration issue with Netflix caches. The issue was recently identified and has since been resolved. As a result, members will need to complete the following process to access these caches:  1. Create an AS-SET that lists your residential customers or provide the information to our team.  Please […]

September’s Advocacy Corner Update Submissions that may be of interest to members include: Review of Criminal Code Amendment (Sharing of Violent Abhorrent Violent Material) (AVM) Act 2019 | 15 October 2021  The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement is enquiring into the effectivity of the AVM Act 2019, which was passed following the Christchurch terrorist attack. […]

Well, here we are almost into the last quarter of the year. This last month has been another productive one, with the old BDX8 Extreme (aka ‘Black Diamond’) replaced in VIC-IX and the team are close to declaring the new WLG-IX across the ditch ready for service. The team have also redesigned and updated our out-of-band network and […]

Happy international smile day! To mark this day, we would like to share with you a snippet from one of our newsletters in ’97 about the use of emoticons. April 1997 EMOTICONS ——— These are “emotion icons” and are used to convey feelings in such things as email and postings to newsgroups, just to name […]

As an organisation with a proud heritage deep-seated in advocacy, we are pleased to share our most recent submissions: Expressed our perspective on the Department of Home Affairs’ Strengthening Australia’s cyber security regulations and incentives Discussion Paper Supported the ACCC’s view that the WADSL Declaration should be extended until 30 June 2024 in our Wholesale […]

There are clearly a lot of people stuck at home on the internet right now and this is being reflected across our traffic statistics, with us hitting all time highs. We are hitting higher rates across NSW-IX to the point we will be looking to do a nice big upgrade as soon as we can, […]

This year’s Annual General Meeting is yet to be announced as we navigate through the rapidly changing Covid-19 situation. Traditionally our AGMs have been held in line with the AusNOG conference however, due to its postponement, our AGM will be held separately this year. As you may be aware, we are in the process of […]

This year we launched our IAASysters@AusNOG program. This program is based on the international systers.org and systers@IETF programs and offers ten sponsored attendees the opportunity to participate in both the Australian Network Operators Group (AusNOG) conference and our IAASysters@AusNOG workshop. We are passionate about cultivating a more inclusive Internet industry and have created the IAASysters@AusNOG […]

We are pleased to announce that members of the Association voted to support the proposed transition to a company limited by guarantee at the Special General Meeting held Wednesday 28 July 2021. The process of deregistration from the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (WA) has been authorised by the WA regulator, and we have submitted the […]