Please enjoy this guest post by Agustín Formoso, Software Developer at LACNIC: Regional connectivity is not an easy metric to measure. To do it properly you need measurements generated by multiple vantage points, located in as many places as possible (both geographically and logically). Besides, connectivity is not something strictly defined, as it has no standard definition (as opposed to many metrics we use in today’s Internet).
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The IXP country jedi tool described in earlier RIPE Labs articles, can also be used to analyse the situation in a specific city. This time we look at Berlin.
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Tony Smith from APNIC is looking at the increase in IPv6 deployment now ARIN depleted their free pool of IPv4 addresses.
Tony Smith from the APNIC gives an update on the DNS Root Zone Key-Signing and explains how the key-signing-key roll over will be done for the first time.