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The current version (v0.1) knows only about IPv4 address space. We went for the most difficult part first. ASNs and IPv6 address space will follow (please note ...
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One IP address is much the same as another – right? There’s hardly a difference between 192.0.2.45 and 192.0.2.46 is there? They are just encoded integer ...
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In Part 1 and Part 2 of this article we showed various statistics on IPv6 measurements of web clients and caching resolvers. In this part we explain how the ...
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This is a report about APNIC participating in the Day In the Life data collection activities organized by OARC and CAIDA.
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I am at the IETF 98 in Chicago and I am planning to do a bit of blogging during the week, sharing highlights from my own very personal perspective.
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After the Resource Explainer REX has been available for four weeks, we looked at the usage statistics collected by the tool to get a better ide how useful this ...
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In Part 1 of this article we showed some statistics on IPv6 at end-users and at caching DNS resolvers. In this part will dig deeper into the data we collected ...
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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 ...