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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.
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This post provides an update on our IPv6 RIPEness project, including an analysis of IPv6 RIPEness for new Local Internet Registries (LIRs).
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The design of IPv6 represented a relatively conservative evolutionary step of the Internet protocol. Mostly, it's just IPv4 with significantly larger address ...
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A short story about ad hoc IPv6/IPv4 measurements.
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Last year, I initiated a small survey to understand what approaches ISPs in Europe are taking to deploy IPv6, eventually expanding it to a global survey.
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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 ...
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Recently my organisation discussed IPv6 filter rules for NIC-level firewalls (in a virtualised data center) with a customer. I’d like to take this opportunity ...
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Please read this guest post by Marcus Keane from Microsoft in which he describes why the organisation is moving to IPv6-only and away from dual-stack.
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We are starting to hear “IPv6-only” more often. However, it doesn't seem to be clear what exactly this means. I will attempt to explain it in this article.
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The change to IPv6 creates new challenges to keep spam out of email. Because of the sheer size of the IPv6 space, it seems more efficient to build a ...
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