Prefixes are fundamental to routing. How do they work?
Guest Post: Searching for the perfect data structure to store and retrieve a full table of IP prefixes, while maintaining the hierarchical relations.
How significant is the advertising of US Department of Defense IPv4 address space?
Guest post: In 2014, there were problems when the IPv4 Internet routing table hit 512k routes. What will happen when it hits 1024k?
Geoff Huston reports on IPv4 and IPv6 addressing in 2020 and makes some predictions for the future.
Part two of Geoff Huston’s 2020 BGP report investigates whether the stability of the routing system is changing.
Geoff Huston analyses recent and historical BGP routing table growth and forecasts IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing table growth for the next five years.
Guest Post: Knowing the potential roadblocks associated with IPv6 transition mechanisms helps network operators avoid them.
APNIC can now begin processing IPv4 transfers between the APNIC and LACNIC regions.
On the third week of May 2020, APNIC welcomed its 8,000th direct Member.