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While walking around the hallways at RIPE59, a couple of people asked me how the movies were made, what tools did I use and such. So here's a short summary on ...
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One IP address is much the same as another – right? There’s hardly a difference between 192.0.2.45 and 192.0.2.46 is there? They are just encoded integer ...
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Please find below an update of our effort to help network operators clean-up redundant settings with respect to 128.0.0.0/16
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RIPE Atlas provides a view of 128.0.0.0/16 from the data plane. Can packets actually get there and back? Please find the results in this article.
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Amidst the recent political unrest in the Middle East, researchers have observed significant changes in Internet traffic and connectivity. In this article we ...
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1.0.0.0/8 has been assigned by IANA to APNIC on 19 January 2010, for use for as public unicast space for further address allocations and assignments. Before ...
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In the previous article we looked at membership growth over the years. In this article we will see how RIPE NCC Internet number resources are distributed among ...
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This study, done by Geoff Huston and George Michaelson from the APNIC is looking at the level of background traffic observed in networks 14/8 and 223/8.
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The Lithuanian research and education network LITNET has introduced the NAT64/DNS64 service at the TERENA Networking Conference (TNC2010) last year, and it ...
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As the RIPE NCC turns 25 years old, we look back at the historic membership growth and distribution of Internet number resources.
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