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#IPTransfer: Join Our Twitter Chat on the Implementation of the Inter-RIR Transfer Policy

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As the available regional pools of IPv4 addresses continue to deplete, interest in inter-RIR IP address transfers is on the rise. On 31 July, ARIN implemented Policy ARIN-2011-1: ARIN inter-RIR Transfers. This policy creates the opportunity for organizations to move address space between regions and removes boundaries from the growing IPv4 Transfer market. ARIN-2011-1 wasRead More

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IPv6 Summer Reading List

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Summertime typically means things slow down at the office as individuals take time off for vacation. Whether you’ve got some downtime after work or while lounging on the beach, here’s a supplementary reading list for those of you looking for a little IPv6 refresh. Happy reading! IPv6 Essentials by Silvia Hagen Value Add: Offers aRead More

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Why a Global IPv6 Survey in 2012?

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On 6 June 2012 we were witness to the World IPv6 Launch, when over 3000 website operators and more than 60 network operators permanently enabled IPv6.  The Internet Society developed a great infographic that demonstrates the progress achieved, which begs the questions – why do we need a Global IPv6 Monitoring survey? Isn’t the transitionRead More

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World IPv6 Launch Day

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Happy World IPv6 Launch Day! Today is the day the Internet will change forever. Many companies and websites around the world are permanently deploying the next generation Internet Protocol, IPv6, to ensure the Internet remains open and accessible for the future. Organized by the Internet Society, World IPv6 Launch is helping to encourage the adoptionRead More

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