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The RIPE NCC is grateful to all members of the RIPE Atlas community for your participation and support. This includes RIPE Atlas users, probe hosts, sponsoring ...
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This article sets out the important issues to be discussed and decided at the October RIPE NCC General Meeting (GM), which takes place from 16-17 October 2013 ...
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The Assisted Registry Check is the new name for the RIPE NCC’s audit activities that have been improved using feedback from RIPE NCC members and the RIPE ...
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In 2010, we introduced IPv6 RIPEness to recognise Local Internet Registries (LIRs) in the RIPE NCC service region that had begun deploying IPv6. Seven years ...
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On 28 December 2016, about 90 days before its 25th anniversary, the RIPE NCC reached the milestone of serving 15,000 active Local Internet Registries (LIRs). ...
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This article gives an overview of our training activities in 2012 and an outlook on our plans for 2013.
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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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In September 2012 the RIPE NCC reached its last /8 of available IPv4 addresses. This activated a new phase in the RIPE IPv4 policies, with each LIR now ...
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2011 was an interesting year for IPv4. But did we see a big run on the remaining IPv4 address space? See some statistics and analysis below.
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High quality registry data is important - even more so with the recent increase in address transfers and the exhaustion of the global IPv4 pool. This article ...
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With the MENOG 15 meeting taking place this week, we look at Internet measurements and statistics for countries in the MENOG region.
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