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Internet Disruptions in Sudan

Emile Aben

Significant Internet disruptions are happening in Sudan, possibly as a reaction to riots. We use RIPE NCC tools to get a better understanding of what is going on.

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Visualising Bandwidth Capacity and Network Activity in RIPEstat Using M-Lab Data

Vasco Asturiano

As a result of the cooperation between the RIPE NCC and Measurement Lab (M-Lab), you can now visualise the bandwidth profiles and network activity of IP prefixes and individual countries. This is provided as RIPEstat widgets using data collected by the M-Lab platform. See below for details about th…

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Networks With IPv6 Over Time - A Short Update

Emile Aben

We regularly check the status of IPv6 deployment in the RIPE NCC service region, but also in other regions. One way to measure IPv6 deployment is to look at the percentage of networks (Autonomous Systems) announcing IPv6 prefixes and to follow the developments over time.

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Internet Governance and the RIPE NCC: The Year Ahead

Chris Buckridge

Internet governance is an important area of resource investment for the RIPE NCC. This article looks at some of the major Internet discussions taking place in 2013.

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Monitor the Syrian Blackout with RIPEstat

Emile Aben

The RIPE NCC developed a RIPEstat widget that provides a near real-time feed of what BGP updates and withdrawals we see from Syrian IP address space.

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ripe-563: Improving Abuse Contact Information in the RIPE Database

Kaveh Ranjbar

Abuse Contact Management in the RIPE Database (as defined in ripe-563) mandates the RIPE NCC to gather and publish abuse contact information for Internet resources provisioned by the RIPE NCC. In this document we outline the RIPE NCC's proposal for implementing this, along with an implementation ti…

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Occam's ITRs

Geoff Huston

Or: Some Further Reflections on revising the International Telecommunications Regulations

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The QoS Emperor's Wardrobe

Geoff Huston

In the process of revising the International Telecommunications Regulations, it has been suggested to base a new IP interconnection framework on the concept of end-to-end Quality of Service. This raises a question in my head: How "real" is end-to-end Quality of Service in the Internet?

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Addresses for RIPE RIS Beacons in Jeopardy

Daniel Karrenberg

According to address policy, the experimental address allocations for RIPE RIS beacons have to be returned soon. This would mean we have to either discontinue the RIS beacons or request permanent allocations for them according to address policy. We are asking for community support to continue opera…

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Internet Reputation Experiments for Better Security

Last week we published a proposal for new organizational layers in order to be more effective in fighting spam. In this article we describe planned experiments to determine the effects of outbound spam reputation on Internet organizations.

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