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Untunneling IPv6

For more than five years now, the RIPE NCC has been measuring the number of native (no IPv4 transit) versus tunneled (IPv6 traffic whose path includes transit via IPv4 tunnels) IPv6 interconnections in the core of the Internet. These measurements have been conducted using the Test Traffic Measureme…

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IPv6 Panel Discussion Results

Maarten Botterman

Having evaluated the outcomes of the EU IPv6 Deployment Survey and presented them at various meetings during the past few weeks, I was curious to find out if the outcomes would be different when asking the same questions to the RIPE community.

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REX Usage Report

Robert Kisteleki

After the Resource Explainer REX has been available for four weeks, we looked at the usage statistics collected by the tool to get a better ide how useful this tool could be for the wider community.

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APNIC DITLD Looking at Other Regions

George Michaelson

Related to the earlier article 'APNIC and Day In The Life (DITL)' , please find here a link to a number of animations showing more DITL data for APNIC focusing on other countries.

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How to Define Address Space as 'routed' ?

Rene Wilhelm

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 prefixes which can be used in any analysis of RIS data, both recent and historic.

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REX and Ukrtelecom

Emile Aben

This articles reports from an analysis where we used REX to find out more information about the IP addresses used by Ukrtelecom after they were identified as a spam source.

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APNIC and Day In The Life (DITL)

George Michaelson

This is a report about APNIC participating in the Day In the Life data collection activities organized by OARC and CAIDA.

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Lameness: Analysis, Measurement, and Estimation

Shane Kerr

After the RIPE NCC implemented a system that checks for lame DNS servers in the part of the DNS tree the RIPE NCC maintains I was curious to find out how big a problem DNS lameness really is. I wrote a tool and presented it at the DNS WG during RIPE 59 in Lisbon.

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Forums and Movies - most popular content during RIPE 59

Mirjam Kühne

If you were looking at the RIPE Labs site this week, you might be interested to know that you were not the only one.

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