Welcome residence of the beautiful Pacific Nortwest, which by our definition, includes Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. This is the website of the Northwest IPv6 Task Force, a group dedicated to the advancement and promotion of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6 or just v6).
Join Us!If you are interested in becoming a member of the Northwest IPv6 Task Force, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no cost and no spam. You will be placed on the newsletter list. Once a month you'll be informed of the activities and events for not only the NWv6TF, but also the other IPv6 task forces.
- Update on IPv6 Address Distribution in the RIPE NCC Service RegionAt the recent RIPE Meeting we presented some IPv6 address distribution statistics that we would like to share with a wider audience. In the article below, you can find recent statistics on IPv6 allocations and assignments. The first image shows the number of IPv6 allocations the RIPE NCC made to LIRs in each quarter, starting in 2008. (Note that the RIPE NCC […]
- Beware of IPv6 security goblins, IETF warnsWith World IPv6 Day just six weeks away, security consultants are once again warning that networks transitioning to the Internet's next-generation addressing scheme face serious risks unless they modify their defenses to accommodate the changes.Complete info at ars technica. […]
- JetBrains Releases New Version of dotTrace PerformanceJetBrains has released dotTrace 5.0 Performance, the latest version of its .NET performance profiling solution. In this release, users can now attach the profiler to running processes dynamically.Complete info at DevPro. […]
- Update on IPv6 Address Distribution in the RIPE NCC Service Region