Ars Technica Addresses the Looming IPV6 Transistion
Ask Ars: How should my organization approach the IPv6 transition?.
IPv6 addresses – how many is that in numbers? – Our Latest Discovery
First of all, he’s more precise with his numbers: 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 And he shows us how to say it: 340- undecillion 282- decillion 366- nonillion 920- octillion 938- septillion 463- sextillion 463- quintillion 374- quadrillion 607- trillion 431- billion 768- million 211- thousand 456 via IPv6 addresses – how many is that in numbers? – Our… Read more
New privacy concerns for Facebook over phone numbers, addresses
Considering my earlier post about Facebook this isn’t unexpected. If you aren’t already paranoid enough to remove your address and cell phone number from Facebook, today might be the day. Facebook has decided to give its third-party app developers API access to users’ address and phone numbers as they collectively get more involved in the mobile… Read more
Google Chrome Delivers Enterprise Deployment and Management – Web Services Web 20 and SOA – News & Reviews – eWeek.com
I’ll be testing this first on my network and then pushing it to other networks(clients) that will follow my reccomendation here. Firefox is old and isn’t catching up. IE is even more current than Firefox. Google Chrome is the new star right now..:) Google Chrome Delivers Enterprise Deployment and Management – Web Services Web 20 and SOA… Read more
Comcast Issues Continue
If you find you can’t surf on your Comcast connection they are having intermittent issues with their DNS server. DNS is the server that translates www.hotmail.com to the actual ip address. when those have issue you can’t surf. Comcast DNS is having issues again…which is the multiple outage they ahve suffered over the past couple of weeks. If you… Read more
The Real Story Behind the Comcast-Level 3 Battle: Tech News «
Let’s get the Comcast hating blinders off. The Real Story Behind the Comcast-Level 3 Battle: Tech News «.
The Good Ship Level 3 Sinks…but Comcast screws the pooch too
I found this great nugget on the nanog list again. You can read my opinions about this tussle here and here. In a message written on Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 08:12:23PM -0600, Richard A Steenbergen wrote: > The part that I find most interesting about this current debacle is how > Comcast has managed to… Read more
More on the Comcast-Level 3 spat
Folks are piling onto Comcast but I am thinking they are wrong. There’s one section in this post that blows Level 3’s arguments so full of holes swiss cheese looks solid: So what’s the issue? Level 3 told the world that Comcast had hit it up for more money in order to deliver traffic from Level 3′s customers… Read more
Comcast: Pay Or No Play(Not Really)
Karl has this one nailed. Just because Comcast is the bigger of the two doesn’t make it automatically wrong. L3 is trying to push the colocation costs of CDN traffic to Comcast and L3 got Called on it. Here’s a post on NANOG I found that very well illustrates what’s really going on: Having been… Read more
The New York Times Goes Nuts, Says The Government Should Regulate Google’s Search Algorithm (GOOG)
I totally agree with SFGATE on this one..and the reasons given for opposition are totally accurate and standing within Constitutional principles. The New York Times Goes Nuts, Says The Government Should Regulate Google’s Search Algorithm (GOOG).