Nobody ever buys me something like this…
Tore Anderson has published some interesting numbers on dual stacked hosts in Norway.
Better late then never. Here are some statistics about IPv4 and IPv6 access to this Blog (January – March 2010), brought to you by the power of grep, awk and ipv6logstats.
Check out how ready you are for IPv6: http://test-ipv6.com/.
About a month from now (June 07.-09.) Iâ€™ll be teaching a 3 day IPv6 course at the Open Source School in Munich. Language will be German.
The course will cover the following topics: IPv6 basics, configuration of Linux and different services (e.g.Bind, Apache, SSH, â€¦) routing, firewalling, troubleshooting and IPv6 planning and network design.
There are some more courses scheduled for the rest of the yes
As this is post 200 and I’m curios: Who are you, where are you from and why are you reading this Blog? And most important: What are your plans for implementing IPv6?
Why would somebody use a non free, non standard compression tool to save source code for some OSS software supposed to run on Linux. Well maybe I should have been warned after reading LAMP. m(
Please tune in for next weeks episode of “How to make sure that Jens will never ever take a look at my great software.”
Yes, I know. It’s old. But I think it’s still good and many people still don’t know it.