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Kenya Prepares to Migrate from IPv4 to IPv6 in 2023

The Communications Authority of Kenya announced that the country it is preparing to move from Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) in 2023. Internet Protocol (IP) is a set of rules for addressing and routing...

IPv6 security – a new playing field in Nigeria

The slow migration of African countries from Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) has become a source of concern in the region. Even Nigeria, boasting West Africa’s largest economy, has been slow in adopting...

IPv6: the key that unlocks the new Internet

To most people, IPv6 is just another meaningless acronym spewed out by the technology industry. But if you have a web presence, it affects you: it’s the key to a bigger, better Internet, and will form the backbone of...

Global use of IPv6 on the increase

The use of IPv6 – the internet’s new addressing system – is gathering pace, according to a survey of global organisations conducted by BT. The 2012 BT Diamond IP IPv6 Industry Survey, which collected responses from IT and operations professionals...

IPv6: The future has arrived

The advancement of Internet Protocol (IP) technology from the 32-bit IPv4 IP address version to that of IPv6 is a significant development in terms of global Internet use. South African users should understand the practicalities involved in preparing their networks...

IPv4 address shortage approaching

The last two /8 blocks (of approximately 16m IPv4 addresses each) to be allocated according to demand and normal processes has just been made by IANA to APNIC. IANA, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, will now allocate one each...
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Youth Month Centre Tour 2024: Harambee

In honor of Youth Month, Harambee is excited to host a media tour at their center in Johannesburg, South...
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