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This is a follow-up to the recently published article "Routing 2011" which focused on IPv4. In this new article Geoff is looking at the IPv6 routing table.
How we compare connectivity of cloud services using RIPE Atlas latency and DNS measurements
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We developed a tool that allows you to check if prefixes originated by your AS have limited visibility on the global routing table. In the article below we ...
In this article we explore the relation between global network visibility as seen by the Routing Information Service (RIS) and the length of announced prefixes.
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The recent allocation of the and not only triggered a lot of media attention due to IPv4 exhaustion exceeding the 90% mark, it also ...
We recently posted an article about IPv6 "RIPEness", a four-star rating system of Local Internet Registry (LIR) IPv6 deployment.
Detecting network disruptions is a recurring problem. Clearly locating performance degradation is an important step in debugging and subsequently fixing ...
In this article we present the first publicly available beta version of the fifth IPv6 RIPEness star. This measures real IPv6 deployment from LIRs in the RIPE ...
In 2016, IPv4 exhaustion is on everyone’s lips: four out of five Regional Internet Registries have run out of freely available address space.
After the publication of the Critical Infrastructure Protection report more than ten years ago, we asked ourselves how critical infrastructure companies are ...
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