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Celebrating 50 Years of the RFCs That Define How the Internet Works
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Technology 7 April 2019

Celebrating 50 Years of the RFCs That Define How the Internet Works

50 years ago today, on 7 April 1969, the very first “Request for Comments” (RFC) document was published. Titled...

46 Years of RFCs (Celebrating The Anniversary of RFC 1)
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IETF 7 April 2015

46 Years of RFCs (Celebrating The Anniversary of RFC 1)

By way of a tweet from @IETF this morning, it was fun to note that it was 46 years...

New RFC 7381: Enterprise IPv6 Deployment Guidelines
Deploy360 24 October 2014

New RFC 7381: Enterprise IPv6 Deployment Guidelines

Would you like guidelines for how IPv6 can best be deployed in an enterprise environment?  Yesterday the IETF published...

A Very Useful New RFC 7059 – A Comparison of IPv6-over-IPv4 Tunnel Mechanisms
Deploy360 27 November 2013

A Very Useful New RFC 7059 – A Comparison of IPv6-over-IPv4 Tunnel Mechanisms

If you can’t get a native IPv6 connection for your network from your local Internet Service Provider (ISP), what kind of...

Want To Make Your Web Content Available over IPv6? Check Out The Excellent RFC 6589
Deploy360 25 April 2012

Want To Make Your Web Content Available over IPv6? Check Out The Excellent RFC 6589

 Are you a “content provider,” such as a website operator, seeking to understand how to ensure your content is...