APNIC has allocated an IPv6 address range to City Link, which makes them the current technology leader of IPv6 adaptation in Cambodia. Congratulations!
According to the APNIC whois database they have recently (on 2010-02-11) allocated an IPv6 address range to City Link.
Their IPv6 prefix 2404:cc00::/32 has not been seen in the internet routing table yet, Continue reading “City Link is the first Cambodian ISP to start IPv6 adaptation”
Cambodia may be soon getting its own root domain name server (DNS server). Hopefully all Cambodian ISPs will set up a local peering circuit to the new f-root server!
It looks like Cambodia may be soon getting its own root domain name server (DNS server). Continue reading “Cambodia may be getting a local f-root domain name server”
Many Cambodian IP addresses are listed on various blacklists. This was previously often preventing access to this blog. This is a result of Microsoft’s sub-standard products and policies which enable criminals to use their Windows operating system to conduct malicious activities.
I was previously using Project Honey Pot’s http:BL in conjunction with Bad Behaviour WordPress plugin to control access to this blog. My intention was to restrict access from malicious spammers and content scrapers.
Unfortunately it seems that plenty of Cambodian IP addresses are on various blacklists and thus many legitimate users were blocked as well. Continue reading “Many Cambodian IP addresses are on blacklists”
In this report I decided to have a look at the internet service provider (ISP) market in Cambodia. It is not long since there were only couple of operators in the market. Nowadays there is plenty of ISPs to choose from. The report includes charts and tables which outline the internet development in Cambodia as well as compare the ISPs to each other.
This time I decided to have a look at the internet service provider market in Cambodia. It is not long since there were only couple of operators in the market.
Nowadays there is plenty of ISPs to choose from. In this report I am considering any organization which is a member of APNIC and which has allocated resources from them as an ISP. Some of the smaller ISPs might not be included in case they are only re-selling capacity provided by their Cambodian up-stream ISP.
Continue reading “Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Cambodia, 2009-11”