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Hi, I'm Iljitsch van Beijnum. I'm a freelance network architect, specializing in internet routing (BGP) and interconnection between networks (peering and more).

This is my old website that mixes work-related and less work-related articles and links. I have a new business web site at inet6consult.com and a new personal web site at iljitsch.com (which has all the new content that's posted here). Some of the blog posts here are in Dutch, others are in English.

Winner doesn't take all: IPv6 is now a success, even at 25% deployment

We shouldn't gauge the success of IPv6 by looking at how much IPv6 replaces IPv4, but by how much IPv6 complements IPv4. And it's already doing that quite well today by making IPv4aaS (IPv4 as a service) possible. And IPv4aaS will make ISPs require IPv6 when peering with streaming services and other big content providers.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-23 - Nederlandse versie

IPv6 is nu een succes, zelfs bij 25% adoptie

We moeten niet het succes van IPv6 afmeten aan in hoeverre IPv6 IPv4 vervangt, maar in hoeverre IPv6 IPv4 aanvult. En dat doet het al heel aardig op dit moment door IPv4aaS (IPv4 as a service) mogelijk te maken. En IPv4aaS zal ervoor zorgen dat ISPs IPv6 gaan eisen voor peering met streamingdiensten en andere grote contentaanbieders.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-23 - English version

muada.com homepage redirected to inet6consult.com

As of today, http://www.muada.com/ is redirected to www.inet6consult.com. This only applies to the front page of muada.com, all other pages remain available as before.

A copy of the existing muada.com front page is now available on www.muada.com/classic/.

Remember that iljitsch.com is the new home of my blog, and there are separate pages dedicated to different topics, such as BGP, IPv6 and non-work related posts.

You may want to update your RSS feed.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-21

IPv4 now also exhausted in Africa

As of a few days ago, IPv4 has run out in all regions in the world, as AFRINIC, the Regional Internet Registry that serves Africa, has now reached IPv4 exhaustion phase 2.

For more on the IPv4 exhaustion over the last decade, see my story The rise of IPv6 and fall of IPv4 in the 2010s.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-16 - Nederlandse versie

IPv4 nu ook op in Afrika

Met ingang van een paar dagen geleden is IPv4 nu op in alle regio's van de wereld nu AFRINIC, de Regional Internet Registry die Afrika bedient, IPv4 exhaustion phase 2 bereikt heeft.

Zie mijn verhaal De opkomst van IPv6 en ondergang van IPv4 in de jaren 2010 voor meer over het opraken van IPv4 de afgelopen tien jaar.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-16 - English version

De opkomst van IPv6 en ondergang van IPv4 in de jaren 2010

De jaren '10 van de 21e eeuw waren het decennium dat de IPv4-adressen opraakten en het decennium dat IPv6-adoptie op stoom begon te komen, maar IPv4 toont nog geen tekenen van omvallen zonder toevoer van verse adressen.

Hier is een overzicht van wat er gebeurd is met IPv4 en IPv6 in de jaren 2010.

Permalink - posted 2020-01-08 - English version

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