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The RIPE NCC has been hard at work on the website redesign project we announced to the community last year, and we thought you might be interested in hearing ...
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This article is one in a series that explains the main changes we're making to the RIPE NCC website as part of the website redesign project. Here, we take a ...
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This article is the next in a series that explains the main changes we're making to the RIPE NCC website as part of the website redesign project. Here, we ...
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We're pleased to announce a fresh new look for the RIPE NCC that better reflects who we are and what we do. Learn more about why we made the change and what ...
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This article is the third in a series that explains the main changes we're making to the RIPE NCC website as part of the website redesign project. Now that ...
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The RIPE NCC uses a ticketing system that keeps track of all communication we have with the outside world.
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About a year ago I started to discuss with GavleNet in Sweden about how they can best deploy native IPv6 for their fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) customers. GavleNet ...
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Over the years, the core services of the RIPE NCC, such as the LIR Portal and RIPE Database, have seen many changes. We are now going to unify the interfaces.
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The Internet today consists of more than 49,000 networks. Network interconnection is the Internet’s central feature. Yet, there is little qualitative research ...
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"External BGP (EBGP) Route Propagation Behavior without Policies” was published as RFC 8112 . What does this mean for network operators and vendors?
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