Guest Post: Enno Rey discusses the advantages and disadvantages of IPv6 Link-Local Addressing
Guest Post: IPv6 trainer and consultant, Jordi Palet Martínez, is conducting a worldwide survey to determine how ISPs are deploying IPv6. Share your experience!
Google recently chose to open source the ‘Threads’ protocol. To use it, you’re going to have to learn how to live in an IPv6-only world.
The APNIC 42/bdNOG 6 Call for Papers is open. If you have an interesting presentation to share, we encourage you to make a submission.
While the current open nature of DNS queries makes third party monitoring, interception, and substitution incredibly easy, there are now some grounds to be optimistic and start to contemplate a DNS environment that preserves privacy and integrity.
In this final post, Paul outlines some of the objectives the APNIC Foundation will work towards achieving.
Three Bangladeshi engineers share their IPv6 deployment journey and the lessons they’ve learned so far.
Leaders of the organizations responsible for coordination of the Internet technical infrastructure met informally last weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark.
An update from the EC on the decision to proceed with APNIC 42 in Dhaka.
Binay Bohra, Managing Director at Vianet Communications, one of Nepal’s leading ISPs, offers us insight into how Nepal’s ISPs reestablished and are growing their Internet one year on after the April 2015 earthquake.