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PJSIP version 2.5.5 is released with IPv6 support for PJNATH, and DNS resolution.

PJSIP version 2.5.5 is released with the main focus on:

  • IPv6 support in PJNATH
  • IPv6 support in PJLIB-UTIL DNS SRV and DNS AAAA resolution
  • IPv6 support for hostname resolution in PJSIP and PJSUA-LIB…
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IPv6 Addressing

The address space of IPv6 is its most obvious feature, it uses an address space that is four times larger than IPv4. Recall that IPv4 address space is 32 bits – 4,294,967,296 addresses, IPv6 spot an address space of 128 bits – 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 or 3.3×10^38 addresses to put it mildly. 1,898 more words


SWITCHengines Under the Hood: Basic IPv6 Configuration

My last post, IPv6 Finally Arriving on SWITCHengines, described what users of our IaaS offering can expect from our newly introduced IPv6 support: Instances using the shared default network (“private”) will get publicly routable IPv6 addresses. 1,067 more words


Getting IPv6 working with Time Warner Cable

I needed to connect my home network to another non-critical IPv6 network, so wanted all the desired devices to be on the (single) public IPv6 network. 546 more words


Networking goes

After my last post about Networking woes i’ve come up with a novel solution using a raspberry Pi for remote administration! I’m not entirely sure how it’s gonna work or how i’ll code it but I do know that it can be done! 1,005 more words

Akamai: global average connection speed up 12 percent, bye bye IPv4

CDN network Akamai today published its quarterly “State of the Internet” report for the first quarter of 2016. The report examines global internet speeds, which are going to be more relevant than ever for live-sports… 352 more words


IOS 10 and macOS Sierra: Networking for the modern Internet

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starts with a keynote, but the rest of the week is about sessions that go into much more depth with Apple’s software. 748 more words