Submission Rules

By submitting an article to the IIJ, authors agree to the following:

  • Authors grant the IIJ exclusive right of first publication.
  • Authors agree to accept and abide by the IIJ Ethics Code.
  • Authors grant the IIJ the right to publish their article under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND License (Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives).

Submission Language

The primary language of the Internetworking Indonesia Journal (IIJ) is English due to its international readership. Note that the IIJ does not accept requests for the translation of submitted manuscripts.

Submission Process

Please email your paper to:

editor [at ]

All papers submitted to the IIJ will undergo Single Blind review.

IIJ Ethics Code

Please review the IIJ Ethics Code and Malpractice Statement before submitting your paper to the IIJ.

Types of papers

Please review the descriptions below and identify the submission type best suited to your intended submission.

  • Research Paper: Research papers report on results emanating from research projects, both theoretical and practical in nature.
  • Short Research Paper: Short research papers provide an introduction to new developments or report on advances regarding on-going research work.
  • Policy Viewpoint: Policy Viewpoints explore competing perspectives in the policy debate that are informed by academic research.

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

  • Use the IIJ Template document: Papers should be submitted using the IIJ Template document for MS-Word (see below).
  • IEEE Style (2-Columns): Manuscripts should be submitted according to the IEEE Guide for authors, and will be refereed in the standard way.
  • 7-pages maximum: Manuscript pages should not exceed 7 pages of the IEEE 2-column format.
  • Paper must never previously published in a journal: Manuscripts submitted to the IIJ must not have been previously published or committed to another publisher under a copyright transfer agreement, and must not be under consideration by another journal.
  • Conference papers must be revised: Papers previously published at conferences can be submitted to the IIJ, but must be revised so that it has significant differences from the conference version.
  • Authors are responsible for Camera Ready Copies: Authors of accepted papers are responsible for the Camera Ready Copy formatted using the same IIJ Template format.
  • No revision allowed after final paper acceptance: Authors are advised that no revisions of the manuscript can be made after acceptance by the Editor for publication. The benefits of this procedure are many, with speed and accuracy being the most obvious.
  • Email address for submissions: Please email your paper (or questions) to:

    editor [at]

IIJ Paper Templates (Microsoft Word)

Please use one of these templates for your paper submission:



Open Access Publication Policy

The Internetworking Indonesia Journal (IIJ) provides open access to all of its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. This follows the philosophy of the Open Journal Systems (see the Public Knowledge Project at The IIJ issues are published electronically (PDF) and there are no subscription fees. Such access is associated with increased readership and increased citation of an author's work.

No fees

There are no subscription fees and no submission/publication fees. This is consistent with the open access philosophy adopted by the IIJ.


The IIJ is currently indexed by SCOPUS and Google Scholar. The IIJ is also indexed by the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) database within the Web of Science Core Collection. The IIJ is included in the SCImago Journal and Country Ranking (SJR) and listed in the DOAJ.

Publication Language

The primary language of the IIJ is English. Note that the IIJ does not accept requests for the translation of submitted manuscripts.

Publication Ethics Statement

The IIJ statement on ethics and mapractice can be found here (IIJ Ethics Code).

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