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A Comprehensive Review of RIR Policies in the Domain of AS Number Management

Nachiket Kondhalkar

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A research team at TU Delft is researching the management of AS Numbers across RIRs as well as the potential impact of the new annual maintenance fees for ASNs and we invite you to contribute.

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