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.
The 2010s finished as they started, with IPv4 exhaustion still a hot topic within the Internet community.
Geoff Huston analyzes the trends in IPv4 and IPv6 addressing in 2019 and makes some predictions about what the future holds.
Part two of Geoff’s BGP report for 2019 assesses whether the stability of the routing system is changing.
Geoff Huston analyses BGP routing table growth with some predictions for the size of the IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing tables in the next five years.
The recent news of RIPE NCC totally exhausting its IPv4 addresses is a reminder that IPv4 is running out.
Guest Post: Study finds that a third of all scan traffic is by scanners that target specific prefixes or networks.
An update on trends in resource delegation in APNIC’s Oceania sub-region.
What is dark traffic, and why has it increased four-fold in the past three years?