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[rpd] Statistics on IPV4 allocation in Africa as of 2016

sm+afrinic at sm+afrinic at
Sun Aug 28 18:33:26 UTC 2016

Hi Nishal,
At 03:15 28-08-2016, Nishal Goburdhan wrote:
>worthless and unreliable are not the same.


>while i lack a means to measure its value/worth to (either of) you, 
>have you found inconsistencies in the data presented?   i'd expect 
>that this is taken directly from afrinic's allocations and 
>assignments, so i'd be worried if you could show that this was 
>unreliable information.

A few months ago, I did some statistics for a country.  As the 
figures did not match the local environment I did a manual 
verification of the data.  Afterwards, I noticed that some 
researchers encountered a similar issue.

>i'm not certain how one mauritian operator's peering policy is 
>related to either 6spots, ipv6, or RPD  :-)   but as someone who 
>follows peering trends in the region, the article was mildly 
>interesting, thank you.

Discussions about what is claimed to be "critical infrastructure" are 
related to RPD as that is mentioned in existing policy proposals about IPv4.

S. Moonesamy  

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