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Carrier Grade NAT (CGN/CGNAT), is the next level for NAT implementations; it aims to provide a solution for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and carriers, but also is a good replacement for NAT devices in an enterprise network.

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We help you determine your transition strategy to IPv6 and find the fastest and most effective method of IPv6 deployment for your network.

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With extensive experience in designing and deploying DNS and DNSSEC, we can help you design and rollout the right DNS and DNSSEC solution for your organization.

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K-root Reachability in the Middle East and Central Asia

on March 10, 2018

The RIPE NCC operates K-root in multiple locations around the world, many of them in Europe and the Middle East. The people behind this service are doing an amazing job of keeping K-root accessible. There are several K-root nodes 1 hosted by local network operators to improve the user experience. Figure 1: K-root nodes in Europe and the Middle East (see interactive map ) Given the current state of Internet connectivity in the Middle East, I thought it would be interesting to measure response times from K-root throughout countries in the Middle East using the RIPE Atlas infrastructure.

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Choosing a public DNS resolver

on August 03, 2015

Overview While most Internet users are not aware of the importance of DNS resolution in their overall web browsing experience, they often complain about shortage of bandwidth when experiencing sluggish Internet connectivity. It is no surprise that most of the service providers also ignore this fact by redirecting their customer DNS traffic to public DNS servers. Measurement I’ve seen this mostly happening to Google’s Public DNS servers. Doing a quick test, it turned out that choosing DNS Public DNS Servers is not a wise choice:

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