Posts Tagged ‘Go6lab’

RIPE 74 – Highlights from Days 3, 4 & 5

The RIPE 74 meeting was happening last week in Budapest, Hungary, and we’ve been highlighting the presentations and activities related to the Deploy360 technologies. Although much of the action for us happened on the first couple of days, there’s still quite a few things to highlight from the rest of the week. Wednesday and Thursday were largely devoted to Read more…


New NAT64/DNS64 implementations available for public testing in Go6lab

This summer we’ve been busy in the Go6lab updating old NAT64/DNS64 implementations and adding new ones for public testing – A10 Networks and Jool NAT64 builds – as well as enhanced the pool of testing options we initially set up in 2013. First of all – what does public NAT64/DNS64 testing mean? While some people assign a Read more…


August 23rd, 2016 by | Posted in IPv6, IPv6 testing, Testing | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

Let’s Encrypt hits 1 million certificates

Early last week, Let’s Encrypt issued its one millionth certificate, a impressive achievement considering it only entered its public beta phase just over three months ago. Let’s Encrypt is a new trusted Certificate Authority (CA) offering free digital certificates used for securing servers for use with TLS applications such as secure web browsing and online financial transactions. In fact, the Read more…