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This new RIPE Labs article talks about trying to send large packets over the Internet. Above a certain size, these packets will have to be fragmented, which is ...
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Until now, native IPv4 and IPv6 has been one of the conditions of hosting a RIPE Atlas anchor. However, we realise that IPv6 simply isn't available in some ...
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We've been working with various Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) over the last few months to see how RIPE Atlas active measurements can provide insight into how ...
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In the past few months, we've added some new features and functionality to RIPE Atlas, including making the DNSMON code available on GitHub for personal use, ...
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In October 2014 we started announcing a few longer-than-/24 prefixes and determined they were not very visible according to the Routing Information Service ...
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Under ARIN's Number Resource Policy Manual (NRPM) Section 4.10, the IPv4 address block 23.128/10 is reserved for allocations and assignments dedicated to ...
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With the MENOG 15 meeting taking place this week, we look at Internet measurements and statistics for countries in the MENOG region.
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IP anycast has been widely used to replicate services in multiple locations as a way to deliver better performance and resilience. It has been largely employed ...
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We examine the Internet landscape in five different countries in Central Asia as the next in our series of RIPE NCC Internet Country Reports.
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We examine the Internet landscape in eight different countries in Southeast Europe as the next in our series of RIPE NCC Country Reports.
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We examine the Internet landscape in eight different countries in the Gulf region as the next in our series of RIPE NCC Internet Country Reports.