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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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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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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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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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The recent allocation of the 1.0.0.0/8 and 27.0.0.0/8 not only triggered a lot of media attention due to IPv4 exhaustion exceeding the 90% mark, it also ...
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The issue of the relative sizes of the IPv4 and IPv6 Internet in BGP came up during discussion at the APNIC/APRICOT meeting held in Auckland, New Zealand ...
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An alternative way of looking at the prefix size distribution in IPv4 and IPv6 blocks is now available in RIPEstat as an interactive widget. Tabular ...