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Often when looking at IPv6 deployment statistics, the size of the organisation or the network is not taken into account. In this article, we look at IPv6 ...
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This article is an attempt to collect and present up-to-date information on the IPv6-readiness of Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) from various vendors. This ...
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When can a particular address block considered to be globally routed. The purpose of this document is to come up with a definition of "globally" routed ...
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As promised we publish an updated version of the IPv6 CPE survey and matrix as soon as we have additional information. Below you'll find the most up-to-date ...
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Following up from measurements done in February 2009 just after 1/8 had been allocated to APNIC, we looked at the data again and made some additional ...
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For the majority of people in developed countries, the Internet is invisible most of the time. A socket in the wall, a cell site atop a building, a WiFi ...
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In this article we compare RIPE Atlas deployment against user population estimates provided by APNIC to see which eyeball networks are missing out on RIPE ...
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The prefix 128.0/16 is filtered in Juniper devices up to and including JUNOS software version 11.1. We looked at three ways to get a rough estimate on how much ...
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Thanks to the RIPE NCC Community Project Fund we were able to revive the OpenBGPD daemon and bring more diversity to the Route Server landscape.
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Internet connectivity is not fairly distributed around the world, in particular for islands or isolated areas. For instance, connectivity to and from the ...
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