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What's the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

What's the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

All devices connected to the Internet are assigned a unique identifier. This identifier, called an IP address is a numerical label that allows other devices to find it. For instance, your home address most probably looks like this: 82.65.211.14…

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Why and How to Leverage ASN data?

Why and How to Leverage ASN data?

An Autonomous Systems Number (ASN) is a unique number assigned to an Autonomous System (AS). ASN data is stored by Regional Internet Registries (RIRs). Usually, this data is used to look up where to route traffic to the correct network, for instance with the BGP protocol. However, ASN data also provides valuable information that is used to identify the organization controlling a set of IP addresses…

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What is a Geofeed? How to Set Up One?

What is a Geofeed? How to Set Up One?

Basically, a geofeed is a list of IP address ranges associated with geolocation information. The principle was authored by Google in July 2013. Starting August 2020, it is officially published under RFC8805 with the name A Format for Self-Published IP Geolocation Feeds…

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