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For 20 years, the RIPE NCC counted the number of hosts in its service region. The Internet has grown dramatically since then and there are various ways to ...
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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 ...
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One IP address is much the same as another – right? There’s hardly a difference between 192.0.2.45 and 192.0.2.46 is there? They are just encoded integer ...
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In April this year we announced that K-root would open up for expansion to new locations. Since then we have added 17 additional K-root hosted nodes. Now is a ...
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Around 90% of all email is spam, and the situation is not getting better. The IIAR project at the University of Texas is building econometric models for ...
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K-root Hardware and Network requirements for local nodes
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This graph shows TCP queries coming to K-root during 4 hours on 3 June 2010.
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On 17 October 2016, a website hosted by the French Ministry of the Interior went offline when a large number of customers of the Internet service provider, ...
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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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The B-root operators have announced that they would enable IP anycast on 1 May 2017 [1]. In this article, we show how that change has been perceived by the ...
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