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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

Analysis of PTR Queries for IPv4 Addresses Reserved for Future Allocation
Meeting: NANOG42
Date / Time: 2008-02-20 9:00am - 9:30am
Room: Imperial Ballroom
Presenters: Speakers:

Leo Vegoda, IANA (ICANN)

Leo Vegoda is the Manager, Number Resources. In that capacity he develops and maintains working relationships with the five RIRs and their respective communities; supports policy development with analysis of technical considerations; and supports IANA operations with RIR-related technical and communications issues. Leo is currently reviewing the IANA IPv4 registry. Leo joined ICANN in November 2006 after working for over six and half years at the RIPE NCC in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where he ran the Registration Services department. Leo was responsible for the level of service provided to the NCC\'s four and half thousand members and was involved in formalizing the RIPE community\'s Policy Development Procedure. Before working at the RIPE NCC, Leo worked for Demon Internet and Level (3) Communications in London, England. Leo holds a degree in Government from the University of Central England - Birmingham, England.
Abstract: This presentation will briefly describe the methodology and present the results of the analysis, including the distribution of queries between different /8s and the networks from which these queries originate. The analysis does not provide a complete overview of the use of address space reserved for future allocation but it should help identify the scale of the problem. In addition to presenting the results of this research, we will also identify other research into this topic and identify other possible avenues for future research.
Files: pdfAnalysis of PTR Queries(PDF)
youtubeAnalysis of PTR Queries
Sponsors: None.

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