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Is APNIC policy of Members Voting Rights doing the Justice with NIRs and Corresponding Countries

APNIC (the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) is the regional Internet address registry (RIR) for the Asia-Pacific region, service 56 economies, including India, Bangladesh, China, Australia, Japan and others. APNIC is one of the world's five RIRs and is part of the Number Resource Organization (NRO). As of date, the following 7 NIRs (National Internet Registries) are registered with APNIC for serving the local community a b c -- NIR Serving Economy Member under each NIR d APJII (ID) Indonesia 2916 e CNNIC (CN) China  1399 IRINN (IN) India  3368 JPNIC (JP) Japan   474 KISA (KR) Korea Not Available TWNIC (TW) Taiwan   299 VNNIC (VN) Vietnam   624 APNIC Membership is classified into 7 tiers depending on the IP holding by each member. Each membership tier has voting rights. These voting rights play a crucial role in governance and policies matt

How to - Configure Firefox to use only DoH and not to fallback to OS native resolver

In this post, i will talk about configuring firefox browser to use DoH and not to fallback to OS native resolver  Step 1 :- Configure DoH like the way it is mentioned here - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/firefox-dns-over-https . I am using  https://doh.nkn.in/dns-query   (which is the DoH server of https://www.nkn.in and in alpha testing stage) as my DoH server in firefox browser. Step 2 :- Check you configuration by typing  about:networking#dns in the browser address bar. Most probably, you will see something like this --  Here, the DoH Mode option handles how firefox manages your DNS queries.  This document (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Trusted_Recursive_Resolver) talks about the options available under 'DoH Mode'. So, if you want to use only DoH and not to fallback to native OS resolver, you can change the value of this parameter to '3'.  Step 3 :- For changing the value of 'DoH Mode' parameter, type  about:config in the browser's address bar and

IP Ratings

An IP rating must begin with 5 for partial dust protection or 6 for complete dust protection. The IP rating is two digits, with the first and second digit defined as follows:  First Digit (intrusion protection) 0. (or X - see section below): No special protection. Not rated (or no rating supplied) for protection against ingress of this type.  1. Protection from a large part of the body such as a hand (but no protection from deliberate access); from solid objects greater than 50mm in diameter.  2. Protection against fingers or other object not greater than 80mm in length and 12mm in diameter (accidental finger contact).  3. Protection from entry by tools, wires etc, with a diameter of 2.5 mm or more.  4. Protection against solid objects larger than 1mm (wires, nails, screws, larger insects and other potentially invasive small objects such as tools/small etc).  5. Partial protection against dust that may harm equipment.  6. Totally dust tight. Full protection against dust and other parti

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