Scott Bradner was recognized at IETF 95 for his many years of contribution to the Internet community.
Will it make any difference to declare IPv6 an ‘Internet Standard’ within the definition of the IETF’s standards process?
Register now for the BKNIX Peering Forum and APNIC Regional Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, on 9-10 May.
As Internet access and mobile device usage grows in Mongolia, the need to transition from IPv4 to IPv6 looms on the horizon.
bdNOG held their fifth meeting, bdNOG5, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 7 to 11 April 2016.
‘Things’ in today’s Internet are not reliant on an IPv6 network, but that won’t always be the case.
After five years of operation, where are we with rolling over the Key Signing Key of the DNS Root Zone?
If you’re a security professional, I encourage you to spend time visiting and talking to students at local universities and colleges to share your experiences.
More than 130 people attended HKNOG’s recent half-day conference dedicated to the theme ‘Over the Top’ (OTT).
George Michaelson shares his favourite picks from DNS-OARC 24, held recently in Buenos Aires.