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RIR Prefix Size Distribution in RIPEstat
RIR Prefix Size Distribution in RIPEstat
Vesna Manojlovic — 20 Jul 2012

An alternative way of looking at the prefix size distribution in IPv4 and IPv6 blocks is now available in RIPEstat as an interactive widget. Tabular visualisation and cumulative percentage representation can be used for filtering based on minimum allocation size or for general research about the usage of address space. … Read more

Measuring IPv6 Connectivity with RIPE Atlas - How Do Others See Your IPv6 Network?
Measuring IPv6 Connectivity with RIPE Atlas - How Do Others See Your IPv6 Network?
Emile Aben — 17 Jul 2012

We've enabled RIPE NCC members to do IPv6-traceroutes from all RIPE Atlas probes to IPv6 destinations. Until now they could get the raw analysis results (text/JSON representations of traceroute results) for analysis. In this article we present a first experimental analysis and visualisation of the traceroute results.… Read more

Measuring IPv6 - Country by Country
Geoff Huston — 27 Jun 2012

Some years ago a report was published that ranked countries by the level of penetration of broadband data services. This ranking of national economies had an electrifying impact on this industry and upon public policies for broadband infrastructure in many countries. What if we did the same for IPv6? Would measuring each country's success or otherwise in deploying IPv6 act as a further incentive for IPv6?… Read more

The QoS Emperor's Wardrobe
Geoff Huston — 24 Jun 2012

In the process of revising the International Telecommunications Regulations, it has been suggested to base a new IP interconnection framework on the concept of end-to-end Quality of Service. This raises a question in my head: How "real" is end-to-end Quality of Service in the Internet?… Read more

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