APNIC participated at IETF 100 in Singapore from 11 to 17 November 2017.
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There’s three easy ways to get a smile out of an IETF attendee.
The use of IPv6-only networks at IETF 100 is allowing attendees to troubleshoot IPv6 issues during the meeting.
An idea has been floated at the IETF 6man working group regarding the customer end of IPv6 addresses.
The ISOC Fellowship to the IETF introduces representatives from a diverse range of fields to the growing need to consider IPv6 in their planning and decision-making processes.
Measuring the IETF data tracker gives a unique perspective on the current state of document production.
NTP security, transition mechanisms, TCP delayed ACKs, alternate name systems, and more from IETF 116.
Guest Post: Discussing contentious topics like Semantic Routing helps with understanding the broader challenges of the Internet ecosystem.
Who decides what it takes to make an Internet Standard?
Geoff Huston’s snapshot of current working group activities related to the DNS.