Today I was invited to IPv6 Forum in Norway that had an excellent meeting in Oslo. Unfortunately, due to travel complications, I could only stay for half of the first day of two. Lots of speakers where on the list that I would have liked to listen to. The short time I was there I […]
This is indeed history!
From: Axel Pawlik Subject: IPv4 Exhaustion: RIPE NCC Update Date: 3 februari 2011 17.42.41 CET
The IANA IPv4 free pool was exhausted today, 3 February 2011. Each of the Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) has now received one of the final five /8s. The RIPE NCC has been allocated 185/8.
At the IETF meeting in Anaheim, USA, the internet access this morning was broken for IPv4, while IPv6 works like a charm.
I think we will see more and more of this in the future. It is interesting sitting here surfing around, making phone calls etc, and see what services work. Some do not, and […]
I have got some questions on how I managed to get the IP address of the client connecting to this blog in the right column. Specifically the IPv6 address.
First of all, the blog do have native IPv6 access, which of course is needed for accessing it over IPv6. Sounds like a natural thing, but […]