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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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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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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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In this article I am looking a some fundamental developments on the Internet over the last decade. Nothing much has changed - or has it?
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We continued RIPE Atlas measurements to see if we can still find cases where 128.0.0.0/16 is filtered out.
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As a follow-up to the previous article and prompted by a question in the mailing list, we looked into connectivity of one particular instance of K-root: the ...
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Find out how we used RIPE Atlas to test and fix reachability to 1.1.1.1
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The recent allocation of the 1.0.0.0/8 and 27.0.0.0/8 not only triggered a lot of media attention due to IPv4 exhaustion exceeding the 90% mark, it also ...
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The adoption of the RPKI system is growing rapidly. To make sure the system scales, we’ve developed a new protocol that should drastically improve fetch times ...
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We look at the consumption rate of 16-bit ASNs and try to make an educated guess on how long they would last if the current allocation rules would be extended.
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