APNIC has operated its own dual stack network for many years, but recently embarked on two additional IPv6 network projects. This is what we experienced.
Microsoft’s IPv6 efforts on its corporate network are uncovering issues relevant to all IPv6 users.
Guest Post: In the first part of a two-part article, Jordi Palet Martinez suggests IPv6 addressing plan considerations for ISPs serving residential and SOHO customers.
Are more specific routing advertisements in BGP a considered use of routing or simply creating a mess?
Guest Post: Jordi Palet summarizes the 12 fundamental steps to achieve native IPv6 support and maintain IPv4 as a transparent service.
Guest Post: Murdoch University’s Sebastian Zander and Xuequn Wang discuss their research on IPv6 progress in Australia and China, asking what can be done to accelerate deployment.
Guest Post: RFC8114 provides a solution to deliver IPv4 multicast services to IPv4 clients over an IPv6 multicast network.
Guest Post: Mark Smith discusses whether UDP encapsulation – and the desire for a transparent Internet – will encourage IPv6 deployment.
Three proposals to change IPv4 and transfer policies will headline discussions at the upcoming APNIC 43 Policy Special Interest Group (SIG) meeting.
What changed in Internet addressing in 2016? Geoff Huston examines the numbers and trends.