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It is now more crucial than ever that ISPs, governments, network providers and other stakeholders ensure that they are IPv6 ready to ensure that the innovative ...
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Last /8 Call Back Procedure.
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Government organisations are influential forces for Internet growth. Leading by example, they play an important part in supporting the deployment of IPv6. ...
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To keep your business connected now and beyond 2012, you need to ensure that the technologies you use are compatible with the next generation of IP addresses, ...
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ripe-510 RIPE NCC Organisational Document
ripe-510: This document details the address space managed by the RIPE NCC and the longest prefixes allocated or assigned from different address ranges.
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Yesterday, on 1 March 2016, the RIPE NCC and other Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) were each allocated the equivalent of a /15 of IPv4 address space from ...
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