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We were assigned a 32-bit Autonomous System Number from IANA to deploy a new DNS cluster with a different routing policy.
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What makes the Internet of Things (IoT) different from the Internet as we know it? Today's Internet connects people, while the Internet of Things connects... ...
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You might not have noticed, but there are chances that your ISP is playing nasty tricks with your DNS traffic.
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As a follow-up to the previous article and prompted by a question in the mailing list, we looked into connectivity of one particular instance of K-root: the ...
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Find out how we used RIPE Atlas to test and fix reachability to 1.1.1.1
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When the Internet started to become widely used in the 1990s, most traffic used just a few protocols: IPv4 routed packets, TCP turned those packets into ...
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We looked at all LIRs registerd in the RIPE NCC service region and determined their home country based on their Reg-ID (country-code.name).
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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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Please find in this article insights into solutions that mid-size organisations need to deploy on the DNS and BGP level. We are monitoring success using, among ...
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This weekend the NANOG mailing list was abuzz about an F-root IPv6 route leak, that resulted in the F-root DNS server instance located in Bejing, China, being ...
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