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Unique Local Unicast Addresses (ULAs) can be tricky. Luckily we have to help
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Greg Grimes May 27
A thread on the high level address plan for MSU's /32 allocation. First some background, MSU was founded in Starkville, MS. We have a satellite campus in Meridian, MS. We also have some sites in the Jackson, MS Metro Area and the MS Gulf Coast.
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UK IPv6 Council 16h
You can join the free RIPE NCC::Educa IPv6-only networking event on Monday, 8 June from 9am to 1pm BST - agenda and registration at
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GRIX 22h
Green marks the spot! More green dots, more active peerings! Check it for both and in GR-IX::Thessaloniki:
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k0x 11h
Google clients access via exceeded 32% for the first time.
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Andreas Taudte May 27
Just stumbled over something like " to " in a nutshell in John Amoss' and Daniel Minoli's :
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GRIX May 26
Ever wondered how the peering amongst members looks like in our ? Check out our matrix, depicting peering status among each of our for and traffic!
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Greg Grimes May 27
Replying to @Thespis377
See the following thread for a high level addressing plan. Our /48 address plan follows a similar pattern.
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prefixxinc 13h
Our team has years of experience in facilitating transactions and transfers of IPv4 addresses. Let us help you buy, sell or lease your IPv4 addresses,
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MrXermon May 27
Hey , any plans for support for ?
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Dr Caz May 27
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Nico Schottelius 15h
That is so nice! I highly recommend anybody to checkout the link from !
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Andrew Ruthven May 27
Replying to @secvalve
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Tufin May 25
We’ve added 𝙉𝙀𝙒 features to the Orchestration Suite! R20-1 includes: ⏰ Accelerated incident response 🔥 Enhanced support for 💪 Extended support Discover all the benefits here:
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Thomas Schäfer May 27
Is there a RFC recommending nameserver :: in /etc/resolv.conf ? (router) (host)
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Sif Baksh May 26
, and The Evolution will be distributed” conducted by Heavy Reading where communication service providers around the world were surveyed to understand the role that plays in the evolution of and .
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ipv4.rip 1h
1469455 domains in the .se zone today - 17.84 % have on www - 67.85 % have on one or more DNS - 12.09 % have on one or more MX - 28 domains contains the word ipv6
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DUSABE ARTHUR 🇺🇬🇷🇼 May 21
According to , was officially declared to have Exhausted in Feb 2011. With the introduction of , Africa won't survive the full implementation of which is an ocean of IPs.
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Torbjörn Eklöv May 27
I'll get FTTH with PD soon. Whats the best homerouter with excellent Wi-Fi and I can by for it? I'm not interested in RPI/DD-WRT/etc because I lab/play at my office and not in my home.
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fadenb May 27
Sad that does not support . Neither their does have an IPv6 associated nor do their "monitor" check work with IPv6 only targets. Any recommendations that support IPv6?
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