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In a previous article we measured that a large percentage of 6to4 connections fail. In this article we show our attempts to find out why these connections fail.
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Please read this guest post by Enric Pujol, a network data analyst. Enric is looking at potential barriers that prevent ISPs to carry more traffic over IPv6.
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For decades, the Domain Name System (DNS) has relied on UDP as its transport protocol of choice, mostly because of its simplicity. New transports such as ...
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In this article we describe the IPv6 Matrix, a project tracking IPv6 Worldwide. It is especially interesting to see how World IPv6 Launch on 4 June 2012 has ...
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Much has been said about how Google uses the services they provide, including their mail service, their office productivity tools, file storage and similar ...
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Comparing ASN rankings by spam volume from two different data sources, CBL and PSBL (with a side trip to the University of Texas Computer Science Department), ...
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Some years ago a report was published that ranked countries by the level of penetration of broadband data services. This ranking of national economies had an ...
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Geoff Huston investigated to what extent the IPv6 Internet is polluted by "background radiation". Find below some interesting results and observations.
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1.0.0.0/8 has been assigned by IANA to APNIC on 19 January 2010, for use for as public unicast space for further address allocations and assignments. Before ...
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The World Cup is one of the most watched events on the planet, and we've been looking at traffic changes at Internet Exchange Points during the matches in ...
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