Is your website hosted in the right location?

Is your website hosted in the right location?

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After the dawn of the pandemic, the world and its businesses are slowly shifting their business interests from China. With the current IT environment facing uncertainty in business waters in China, many businesses are looking for equivalent and reliant geo locations and the closest and cost-effective partner country is India. Latest in news to shift […]

A New IP Proposal by China, opposed by RIPE

A New IP Proposal by China, opposed by RIPE

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Now everyone knows about IPv4 and IPv6, but we recently stumbled upon a news about RIPE opposing China’s New IP proposal. So, we dug up into this news to find out, that sometime in late September 2019, the Chinese Government, China Telecom, China Unicom and Huawei company’s personnel put a proposal to remodel the Internet […]

Simpler router task with IPv6 than IPv4

Simpler router task with IPv6 than IPv4

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IPv6 is a revolutionary introduction to save the world of internet from slowing down or dying, when IPv4 was seen as a diminishing product. There is a worldwide ignorance about the benefits of IPv6 over IPv4.    IPv4, the fourth version of the Internet is the most popular than IPv6, the sixth version (Simpler router […]

Facts to Know before Entering the IPv4 Marketplace

Facts to Know before Entering the IPv4 Marketplace

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IPv4 Marketplace is an established secondary market where brokers are mediators for IPv4 sellers to businesses who need IPv4s (Entering the IPv4 Marketplace).   There was a need for RIR’s to do something for IPv4 address space exhaustion due to the exponential expansion of the internet worldwide and that is why a secondary market was […]

IPv4 Blocks and CIDR Netting

IPv4 Blocks and CIDR Netting

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The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in 1993 introduced CIDR or Classless Inter-Domain Routing or Classless Addressing in order to slow down the fast exhaustion of IPv4 address blocks and the expansion of internet routing tables on routers (IPv4 Blocks and CIDR Netting). IPv6 Allows For Bigger Payloads Than IPv4   In networking basics, CIDR […]

IPv6 Allows For Bigger Payloads Than IPv4

IPv6 Allows For Bigger Payloads Than IPv4

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The debate between IPv4 and IPv6 is something that has kept many businesses into indecision about which is better. Many aspects define the best Internet Protocol and we have attempted to answer this from a technical perspective (IPv6 allows for bigger payloads than IPv4). IPv4 Subnetting And VLAN Task Firstly, what is IPv6 and what […]