Opinion: Rather than being condemned, perhaps we should appreciate the role that NATs play in the evolution of the architecture of the Internet?
In part two of his IPv6 fragmentation research posts, Geoff Huston turns his attention to measuring the packet drop rate when sending fragmented packets to IPv6 end hosts.
Is IPv6 fragmentation a fixable problem in the DNS, and if so, how?
After sharing my notes from the IEPG meeting and aspects of the DNS, here are the rest of the items that I personally found to be of interest at IETF 99 last week.
Interest in the DNS appears to come in waves and we seem to be be in the midst of a furious burst of activity.
Automating DNSSEC key management and validating issues with the KSK roll where two of the many novel discussions had during the recent IEPG meeting in Prague.
Are more specific routing advertisements in BGP a considered use of routing or simply creating a mess?
DNS over TCP, cryptography, QUIC, ANAME and HyperLogLog – Geoff discusses some of the highlights of DNS OARC 26 held in Madrid.
Geoff recaps some highlights from the technical presentations at RIPE 74.
A look at Google’s delay-controlled TCP flow control algorithm, called BBR.