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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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The RIPE NCC is 20 years old and it now has over 8,000 members. In this article, we drill down a bit more into the composition of our membership: what industry ...
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This is the second post in a series on NATs contributed by Mark Smith, based on a presentation given at AusNOG 2016. In the first post, Mark discussed Network ...
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We tend to make a number of assumptions about the Internet, and sometimes these assumptions don’t always stand up to critical analysis. We were perhaps ...
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INRDB is a non-conventional database hosting many different, number resource related data sets.
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What makes the Internet of Things (IoT) different from the Internet as we know it? Today's Internet connects people, while the Internet of Things connects... ...
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Please read this guest post by Byron Ellacott, Senior Software Architect at APNIC: The Internet of Things without the Internet is just things, and we’ve had ...
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The Assisted Registry Check is the new name for the RIPE NCC’s audit activities that have been improved using feedback from RIPE NCC members and the RIPE ...
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At the IETF 98 meeting in Chicago, there was a BoF session dedicated to IP address management tools and how they could possibly be standardised.
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With the IPv4 address space nearing its end, we are closely monitoring the number of address not yet assigned or allocated. See below one way of measuring ...
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