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Lost Stars - Why Operators Switch off IPv6 by Nathalie Nathalie — last modified 18 Jan, 2017 11:57 AM

One of the measurements that we have been running for a long time is IPv6 RIPEness, where we measure the IPv6 activity of our members. We award our members with stars if they (for example) announce their IPv6 allocation in the global routing table.

10,000 LIRs with IPv6 Resources by Nathalie Nathalie — last modified 17 Oct, 2016 08:58 AM

This week, the RIPE NCC saw a milestone as the 10,000th Local Internet Registry (LIR) received IPv6 addresses. The first block of IPv6 addresses was allocated from IANA to the RIPE NCC in 1999, so we have been distributing IPv6 addresses for 17 years. In those years we have seen interesting policy developments, making it easier for LIRs to obtain enough IPv6 to satisfy their needs. In this article we track the policy developments that have made it progressively easier for LIRs to get the IPv6 they need.

IPv6 Train the Trainer by Nathalie Nathalie — last modified 04 Mar, 2019 01:11 PM

Did you ever attend one of our Basic or Advanced IPv6 Training courses? There's a good chance you did. In 2016, we organised 48 face-to-face IPv6 training courses, almost one every week. Every week, we receive requests for more IPv6 training courses in our region. The demand is high and the capacity of our training team is limited.

IPv6 Week Denmark by Nathalie Nathalie — last modified 22 Nov, 2017 01:01 PM

An IPv6 week is an opportunity to raise awareness and stimulate IPv6 deployment on a national level. It brings a wide variety of stakeholders, knowledge and experience to a country where deployment of IPv6 is low. One of the key factors affecting the success of a national IPv6 week is support from the local community. In Copenhagen, we were very happy to have assistance from DKNOG in preparing and delivering this event.

RPKI Test by Nathalie Nathalie — last modified 01 Aug, 2019 07:59 PM

How can you quickly figure out if a network you are using is dropping invalid Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) BGP announcements? You can do so by opening up a browser and visiting our RPKI test web page.