Guest Post: New research shows that network operators cannot simply rely on the size of the IPv6 address space to hide open DNS resolvers.
Expanding root server numbers in the Asia Pacific improves both the speed of DNS services and the Internet’s resiliency.
Guest Post: This study examines the experience of 13,000 ADSL subscribers of a major ISP to determine what causes traffic to be carried over IPv4 or IPv6.
Guest Post: What is Certificate Transparency, and why is it becoming an ever-important security feature?
In this how-to post, Fakrul explains how to get OpenVPN enabled on IPv6.
Guest Post: Telekom Malaysia’s IPv6 deployments have lifted Malaysia to third place in the Asia Pacific for IPv6 capability.
APNIC participated at LACNIC 27 in Foz do Iguazú, Brazil from 22 to 26 May 2017.
Guest Post: Jordi Palet summarizes the 12 fundamental steps to achieve native IPv6 support and maintain IPv4 as a transparent service.
APNIC participated at the Pacific ICT Days 2017 and the Pacific Internet Governance Forum (PacIGF) from 17 to 18 May 2017 in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Covering one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia, SINET has deployed IPv6 to prepare its network for Cambodia’s growth into the future.