When Address Transfers Go Wrong

September 15, 2015 Dyn News

As the supply of unallocated IPv4 addresses nears exhaustion, private transfers of blocks of IPv4 addresses are becoming more common.

Jim Cowie, Chief Scientist at Dyn, was recently interviewed at APNIC 40 about the most common ways that address transfers can go wrong. Watch the video below, courtesy of APNIC, to hear Jim's thoughts on how to avoid transfer errors and the policies surrounding transfers. 

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