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Update on IPv6 Address Distribution
Update on IPv6 Address Distribution
Mirjam Kühne — 01 May 2012

At the recent RIPE Meeting we presented some IPv6 address distribution statistics which we would like to share with a wider audience. In the article below, you can find statistics on IPv6 allocations and assignments. In particular, the article details what affect the removal of the requirement to be multihomed had on the number of assignments and the relationship between the age of an LIR and the number of IPv6 addresses they have received.

RIPEstat BoF at RIPE 64 (Demo s2e04)
RIPEstat BoF at RIPE 64 (Demo s2e04)
Ann Barcomb — 17 Apr 2012

The RIPEstat "birds of a feather" (BoF) session during RIPE 64 in Ljubljana drew a number of people interested in RIPEstat development. To encourage feedback, we announced a survey with the chance to win a RIPEstat t-shirt. New widgets (Address Space Hierarchy and Object Browser) were announced, along with the news that RIPEstat now accepts ranges, and progress update on the task of converting plugins to widgets.

UDM-4-LIRs Pilot @ RIPE64
UDM-4-LIRs Pilot @ RIPE64
Vesna Manojlovic — 16 Apr 2012

Behind this cryptic title is the announcement of awarding credits for RIPE Atlas User-Defined Measurements (UDM) to RIPE NCC members: Local Internet Registries (LIRs). Limited test program will start at RIPE64 meeting in Ljubljana, 16-20 April.

IPv6 RIPEness: How to Reach the Stars
IPv6 RIPEness: How to Reach the Stars
Vesna Manojlovic — 16 Apr 2012

We often receive questions from LIRs about how to receive the "4-star IPv6 RIPEness" status. In this article, we describe how you can find out how many IPv6 RIPEness stars you have and which are missing. We also include instructions on how to get all four stars.

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