Guest Post: 2012 was a turning point for the IPv6 Internet. What lies ahead?
Is there an end in sight for the protracted IPv6 transition?
Is the architectural evolution of the Internet changing the role of IP addresses?
What can IPv4 and IPv6 addressing in 2021 tell us about the changing nature of the network?
How can we contextualize the large numbers used in IPv6 address models?
The second post on IPv6 delegations discusses how addressing policy affects the community. How often do recipients come back, and what comes next for addressing policy?
How big is the world of IPv6 when compared to IPv4? How does APNIC distribute this address space?
The fourth part in this series examines how NATs work and why they have become a necessity.
Guest Post: Enterprises are only willing to adopt IPv6 once they see it working, but that can’t happen until they have the necessary expertise. What can be done?
The IPv4 Transfer Listing Service is one of the services APNIC offers for eligible IPv4 recipients and holders of unused addresses.