Tag: IPv4

Nanog76: IPv4 prisoner

20190610_Howard_Prisoner_Of_Ipv4_v1.pdf

Video will be up in a week, I’m sure.

Summary:
ISPs are motivated to promote IPv6 to avoid CGN.

Content providers are motivated to promote IPv6 because it’s faster, and faster means (they say) they increase user engagement/sales/ad views.

So e-commerce sites should dual-stack and only sell IPv6 capable equipment. Maybe ISPs can test it for them.

If everyone works together, everyone can make more money. Complementary blog post with more detail at www.retevia.net/prisoner

/r/ipv6/comments/bz7ias/well_that_was_fun/

Illegitimate Source IPs At IXPs – Franziska Lichtblau

Talk on Ripe.net: https://ripe73.ripe.net/archives/video/1457/

Presentation file: Franziska Lichtblau: Illegitimate Source IP Addresses at Internet Exchange Points (PDF)

Interesting talk to watch… A thing or two to think about in the current internet when remembering the year Pakistan hijacked YouTube. [1] [2]

[1] http://research.dyn.com/2008/02/pakistan-hijacks-youtube-1/

[2] https://www.ripe.net/publications/news/industry-developments/youtube-hijacking-a-ripe-ncc-ris-case-study