As 2016 draws to a close, the APNIC Blog will feature a series called ‘Three of the best’, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
The Internet technical community of the Asia Pacific, and further afield, have made an incredible contribution to the APNIC Blog in 2016, with 69 guest bloggers contributing 80 posts.
Below are three of the most popular guest blog posts in 2016.
The top three guest posts this year are:
- All quiet in the IPv4 Internet? – PhD student, Philipp Richter, provides a glimpse of what IPv4 usage activity looks like after having measured 1.2 billion unique IPv4 addresses.
- You have IPv6. Turn it on. – Kyle Drake shares his experience with implementing IPv6 on his web hosting service.
- Routers and switches violate Japanese law, but seems not illegal – Akimichi Ogawa tries to make sense of the oddity surrounding the Secrecy of Communications law in Japan.
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Very Interesting Buddy. Thanks.