Testing your connectivity

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Recently I blogged about our new IPv4 address allocation. While we don’t need to start using it for a while as we have been conserving IP addresses quite well, and gave ourselves plenty of time before we actually need to use the new allocation, it is a good idea to check that it is accessible […]

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New IPv4 allocation for Anchor

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Nobody is under any pretences that IPv6 will be close to 100% usage globally any time soon, so despite many entities having firm IPv6 plans or infrastructure already in place, demand for IPv4 is still strong. With that in mind, we’ve just acquired a new allocation from APNIC which will hopefully see us through until […]

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The Future Of The Internet

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On day two of Linux Conf I was able to attend two presentations on IPv6 – System Administration Consequences of the Endgame of IPv4 and the Deployment of IPv6 by AARNET’s Glen Turner and Google and IPv6 by Angus Lees. Both were extremely informative and made it clear to me that we need to start […]

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