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In February 2011 the RIPE NCC implemented the "pingable:" and "ping-hdl:" attributes in the RIPE Database. These attributes were added to the Routing Policy ...
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On Sunday, 17 February 2019, 51 representatives from 37 organisations came together in Cloudflare's San Francisco offices for a roundtable discussion. The aim ...
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The amount of members requesting a Resource Certificate is steadily climbing, soon reaching 900. What is even more impressive is the amount of routing ...
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Related to a thread on the NANOG mailing list about "BGP hijack from 23724 -> 4134 China?", we checked if any of those prefixes originated in the RIPE NCC ...
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We are starting to migrate the RIPE NCC RIS route collectors to the new data collection architecture.
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The Internet has managed to collect its fair share of mythology, and one of the more persistent myths is that from its genesis in a cold war US think tank in ...
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This article, prompted by a panel discussion at the RIPE 61 Meeting, describes the most significant implications of network complexity and suggests ways to ...
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One way to determine the denseness of the Internet, or its “interconnectedness”, is to look at the path length between Autonomous Systems (ASes). A while ago ...
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Geoff Huston discusses the possible demise of transit services and the rise of content networking.
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BGP prefix hijacking is a persistent threat against Internet organisations, attributed to a lack of authorisation and authentication mechanisms in the ...
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