The RIPE NCC has requested an IPv6 allocation to use for its own infrastructure. The RIPE NCC pool of arbiters has decided that the request met the criteria for a /29 IPv6 allocation.
We have launched an updated version of our IPv6 Fundamentals e-learning course in the RIPE NCC Academy.
RIPE NCC Certified Professionals has launched its third exam – IPv6 Security Expert, which certifies the capability of designing a high-level strategy to protect an IPv6 network against common threats.
RIPE NCC Certified Professionals announces the launch of its second digital badge.
Special workshops and training sessions held to help build IPv6 capacity in Jordan
On Monday, 27 January 2020, the RIPE NCC held a Roundtable Meeting for government representatives and regulators in Brussels, Belgium.
Today, at 15:35 (UTC+1) on 25 November 2019, we made our final /22 IPv4 allocation from the last remaining addresses in our available pool. We have now run out of IPv4 addresses.
On 5 June 2019, the RIPE NCC received the following IPv6 allocation from IANA: 2a10:0000::/12
The RIPE NCC received the following IPv6 allocation from IANA on 13 March 2019: 2001:3c00::/22 In 2004, IANA reserved this block for possible future allocation to the RIPE NCC. We requested this specific prefix because it completes a block previously allocated to the RIPE NCC:
Three-day training and one day stakeholders’ meeting brings together network operators to share expertise facilitating IPv6 deployment