In 2007, the number of available IPv4 addresses went down from 1300.65 million to 1122.85 million, a difference of 177.8 million addresses. The number of usable addresses is 3706.65 million, so on January 1, 2007 we were at 64.9% utilization and a year later we're at 69.7%.
Read the article - posted 2008-01-01
On February 4, 2008, ICANN will add IPv6 addresses for four root DNS servers to the root zone file, making full IPv6 Internet connections a reality. Time to check that DNS software and those firewalls to avoid any possible trouble.
Read the article - posted 2008-01-03
For some time, I've maintained a number of pages that show address and AS number statistics generated from the delegation reports published by the five regional internet registries on their FTP servers. Time to make a list.Read the article - posted 2008-09-17
When I was a research assistant at UC3M / IMDEA Networks in Madrid, I had occasion to visit the University of Cambridge for a week. Apparently, they have a rule that everyone who visits must do a presentation about their work. So I talked about the Shim6 protocol that I had been working on previously in the IETF. These are the slides; University of Cambridge Computer Lab, 2008-10-1.Permalink - posted 2008-10-01