How to get dedicated IP blocks?

How to get dedicated IP blocks?

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There are two types of IP addresses, dedicated IP and shared IP. There are many advantages of using a dedicated IP for your websites. Dedicated IPs could be one of the best buys you will do for your business. If you are running a business where you require special permissions, then a dedicated IP address is essential. For example, you […]

IPv6 or IPv4, which works better with a VPN?

IPv6 or IPv4, which works better with a VPN?

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Many businesses and even individuals use a VPN to browse websites and make important financial transactions. VPN protects the identity, location, and provides a secure connection to the user. But what would happen to the VPN connection if your ISP or your website is hosted on an IPv6 server (IPv4 or IPv6 which works nicely […]

IPv6 set to give wings to the grounded airline industry

IPv6 set to give wings to the grounded airline industry

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So, the pandemic has left many industries reeling all over the world and one of the most badly hit is the Tourism Industry, Hospitality, and the Travel Industry since they are interdependent. In the travel industry, the Airlines have been hit the most, since domestic and international flights have been grounded in many countries except […]

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 […]

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 […]

IPv4 Subnetting And VLAN Task

IPv4 Subnetting And VLAN Task

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IPv4 Subnetting and VLAN have made the life of an administrator far easier and smoother in managing a large network in an organization that is spread across cities or countries  (IPv4subnetting and VLAN Task). AFRINIC Enters IPv4 Exhaustion Phase 2 IPv6 is more compatible with mobile networks than IPv4 What is Subnetting? Subnetting allows a […]

AFRINIC Enters IPv4 Exhaustion Phase 2

AFRINIC Enters IPv4 Exhaustion Phase 2

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AFRINIC had entered the 2nd phase of IPv4 exhaustion in 2019. According to the AFRINIC IPv4 exhaustion report published on 14th January 2020 is 102.192.0.0/11 (AFRINIC Enters IPv4 Exhaustion Phase 2). (Source: Afrinic.net) IPv6 is more compatible with mobile networks than IPv4 Some points to ponder on AFRINIC’s position in the global scenario for being the last RIR to have entered the 2nd phase of […]