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A Message From The President

December 6, 2018                       Volume 6 No. 148
The Steady evolution of the .NG Registry

The steady uptake of .ng domains is predicated on a very stable and well managed Registry. There is no doubt that while we need to preserve the old order, we must also allow a steady evolution of the .ng country code Top Level Domain (ccTLD), so that it can meet the wishes and aspirations of its stakeholders.
 
Members of NIRA are in the process of implementing various changes to the Constitution of the Association, in a manner decided by the members, using the bottom-up process consensus building process.
 
An Electronic General Meeting of the association is ongoing. It started on Saturday 1st December 2018, and will end on Thursday 13th December 2018, with votes to ratify the draft constitution. Indeed, members will vote electronically in secret, over a three day period. 
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TECH SPEAK

Why an email may not get delivered
The average person checks their mailbox every fifteen times in a day.
For most if not all, the first thing we do at work, is to check our mailbox and it is the last thing we do at close of work. It could be a frustrating day when our mail don’t get sent or delivered or we don’t receive the mail sent to us.
There are several reasons why an email may never get delivered to a mailbox. When an email is sent and a failed delivery message is received, several reasons can be attributed to this situation.
 
These can be:
  • Mailbox is over its allocated quota
  • The mail server being unresponsive
  • Virus was attached to message and virus scanner redirected the email
  • Authentication issues (the most common).
  • Network issues.
  • Blocked IP addresses (Customers IP address may be blacklisted).
  • SpamAssassin settings too strict (email spam filter).
  • Spammer (or more likely a compromised email account)
  • Misconfigured settings
 
NEWS
THE 6th GENERAL MEETING OF THE NCCT
 
Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) was at the 6th General Meeting of the National Council on Communication Technology (NCCT) which held at the June 12 Cultural Centre Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun from the 18th to 23rd of November, 2018. The theme of this 6th General Meeting of the NCCT was “Leveraging ICT as a Veritable Vehicle for National Economic Recovery and Growth”. NiRA provided a consultative desk at the meeting for government officials from the Local & State Governments to check their .ng domain names and their details.

.NG Domain Report for September, October and November 2018

Implementation of Policies in the AFRINIC Service Region
African Network Information Centre (AFRINIC), the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for the African Region responsible for the allocation and management of Internet Numbers, published on its website on the 29th November 2018, the news on the implementation of some policies. The two fully implemented policies are the IPv6 Policy and references Update and the IPv6 Initial Allocation Update.
 
AFRINIC also announced the partly implemented policies on “Lame Delegations in the AFRINIC Reverse DNS” and the “IPv6 PI Update”.

UPCOMING EVENTS

DNSSEC Training

Date:  4th to 8th February 2018
Venue: NiRA Academy, 8 Funsho Williams, Iponri, Surulere Lagos.

Date: 20th to 21st February 2019
Venue: Rotana Media City, Dubai, UAE
To register, please click on the link: https://registration.icann.org/register.php?id=MEDNSFUAE2019

Date: 9th to 14th March 2019
Venue: Kobe, Japan
To register click on the link: https://registration.icann.org/register.php?id=kobe64

 
Africa Internet Summit (AIS) 
Workshop & Meetings 9th – 21st June 2019

Africa Internet Summit Secretariat (https://www.internetsummit.africa) announces AfNOG’s program at The Africa Internet Summit scheduled to be held in Kampala, Uganda from 9th to 21st June 2019.
 
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