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2011 was an interesting year for IPv4. But did we see a big run on the remaining IPv4 address space? See some statistics and analysis below.
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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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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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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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The RIPE NCC membership has raised concerns regarding members setting up additional Local Internet Registry (LIR) accounts. The RIPE NCC Executive Board is now ...
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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 anticipation of reaching the last /8 of IPv4 addresses in the RIPE NCC service region, we have been looking at the number of IPv4 addresses the RIPE NCC ...
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We’ve updated our IPv4 graph to tell the whole story about our remaining address pool.
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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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