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The World IPv6 Launch!

The Internet Society has declared June 6th 2012 as the World IPv6 Launch day. Like last year’s World IPv6 Day this event is focused on the web. While last year was a test for one day, this event is focused on turning IPv6 on and keeping it activated. Many large and small web sites have […]

January 23, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Events, IPv6, Technology

Edvina AB co-founds IPv6-forum Sweden

Edvina AB is founding member of the Swedish IPv6 Forum. -“IPv6 is the only way forward for the Internet. IPv6 enables global growth while keeping the current architecture of the net. It is not only a matter of technology, it’s a matter of an Open Internet for everyone. It’s a matter of keeping the Internet […]

January 8, 2012 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Corporate, IPv6

New blog by Edvina:

Edvina has started a new blog in order to guide people in the wild forest of IPv6 and inspire readers to spend 30 minutes every Friday to learn more about IPv6. The idea is not to write a new complete IPv6 guide or start a new encyclopedia. There are many existing web sites out there […]

December 10, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Corporate, IPv6, Projects

Let’s start the World IPv6 Year!

Today was the World IPv6 Day. A huge worldwide event for content providers to test dual stack access to their web servers. In Sweden, we organized a technichal IPv6 conference today, with many good talks. So far, it seems like nothing happened. Which means that we can simply say “Don’t panic” to content providers. Making […]

June 8, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Corporate, IPv6, Technology

IPv6 Ripeness – Sweden is lagging behind

RIPE, the European IP registry, does regular measurements on the “IPv6 ripeness” of all the Local Internet Registries in Europe. A LIR is typically an Internet Service Provider or a large company that acts as their own Internet provider, maybe to get multihoming solutions for their services. In Sweden, Ripe shows that 52% of the […]

May 11, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under IPv6, Technology

SIP & IPv6 :: The action plan, version 0.8

We have tried to gather information about SIP and migration to IPv6 in a short presentation. This is the first version and we appreciate all your feedback. You can read more about SIP & IPv6 on our SIPv6 web and like us on! Sip & IPv6 – time for action! View more presentations from […]

March 6, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under IPv6, SIP, Technology

Feb 1st, 2011: Bye bye IPv4

Today, the IANA has allocated the last two remaining IPv4 address blocks to APNIC, the registry for the Asia/Pacific region. This means that the remaining five blocks will be distributed according to the “Global Policy for the Allocation of the RemainingĀ IPv4 Address Space” evenly amongst the registries. And we’re out. IPv4 will remain forever This […]

February 1, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under IPv6, Technology

Finally an RFC for the SIP INFO message

SIP, like HTTP, is a request-response protocol. Each request has a method, that is standardized. A call setup uses the INVITE method, a call tear-down (hangup) use the BYE method. Those are simple to understand, as are a few of the other ones, like REFER for call transfers and MESSAGE for SMS-like text messages. The […]

January 15, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under SIP

Asterisk: Distributed states using SIP

Asterisk was originally built as a stand-alone system, a single central point for all telephony communication. In short, a PBX. Nowadays, the Asterisk Open Source telephony server, is used in many ways – many of them not really being PBXs. All kinds of applications are being powered by Asterisk. While building applications with Asterisk, you […]

January 8, 2011 | Posted by oej | Filed Under Asterisk, Kamailio, SIP

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