World IPv6 Day

World IPv6 Day

I am joining World IPv6 Day !!! Although my content is hardly updated these days, I wanted it to be part of this test flight, a great milestone I believe for the eventual transition to IPv6. This site is IPv6-enabled, thanks to my webhost. I added a widget on the sidebar to see if you …

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IPv6 Monitor

IPv6 Monitor

I love graphs. I also love learning about IPv6. So when I saw this research on IPv6 monitoring by Comcast and University of Pennsylvania, i just had to repost. Notice in the above graph how IPv6 reachability has increased significantly during October 2009. Although 0.159% is very low, you have to give credit to it …

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January 2010 Geek Events

January 2010 Geek Events

I can see a trend forming here… I wanted to write separate entries for these equally worthy events that happened for the past month. But as it is, January was again as busy as ever. I don’t think I have time to periodically update this blog anymore. Nothing new about that piece of news though, …

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IPv4 Address: A Decade Stats

IPv4 Address: A Decade Stats

IPv4, the current ip addressing system that we use, is reaching exhaustion. A bold prediction by Internet evangelists (like Geoff Huston of APNIC) is that all IPv4 addresses will be used up by 2012. My exhaustion counter says we only 629 days. It’s nice to look back at how our IPv4 address usage has increased …

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Geeky Social Month

Geeky Social Month

The past month has been totally event-filled. After Asia Source 3 Camp, I found myself “fully-booked” and out a few times every week – either attending geek events or working on personal matters. That atop a pile of work made the last month of the year a very hectic one. Good heavens the streak finally …

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