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This study, done by Geoff Huston and George Michaelson from the APNIC is looking at the level of background traffic observed in networks 14/8 and 223/8.
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In the routing graphs produced by the RIPE REX tool, we can get a different visualization of Egyptian networks falling off of the Internet, and observe some ...
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The RIPE NCC has been assigning 32-bit Autonomous System Numbers since 2007. In this article we're providing an update about the number of 32-bit ASNs being ...
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We look at the consumption rate of 16-bit ASNs and try to make an educated guess on how long they would last if the current allocation rules would be extended.
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When can a particular address block considered to be globally routed. The purpose of this document is to come up with a definition of "globally" routed ...
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In 2009-2010, the RIPE NCC conducted a survey among the participants of its Routing Registry Training Course to find out how they used the Routing Registry and ...
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A brief look at the effects of BGP route origin validation on mis-announcements and hijackings.
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The prefix 128.0/16 is filtered in Juniper devices up to and including JUNOS software version 11.1. We looked at three ways to get a rough estimate on how much ...
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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.
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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 ...
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