The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) held its 101st meeting, IETF 101 in London, England, from 17 to 23 March 2018.
The IETF is an international community of network designers, operators, engineers, vendors, and researchers concerned with the evolution of the architecture, and smooth operation of the Internet. This was the first of three conferences it holds each year.
The IETF community took full advantage of the opportunity to collaborate at the #IETF101 meeting in London on 17-23 March. Read more about some of the highlights in this report by IETF Chair @alissacooper https://t.co/or53hWCnRK pic.twitter.com/gD3D9uD8tX
— @IETF (@ietf) March 30, 2018
- Geoff Huston presented at the IEPG on ‘Measuring ATR’ – what happens when DNS servers sending large responses do a trick to try and get around roadblocks for large responses.
- George Michaelson and Rafael Cintra met with CNNIC technical staff to progress RPKI deployment in China.
- George and Rafael also met with RIPE NCC representatives on the use of Kubernetes as a model for service deployment.
- George presented on the state of IPv6 in 2018 to the ISOC Fellows.
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