Part two of Geoff’s BGP report for 2019 assesses whether the stability of the routing system is changing.
Geoff Huston analyses BGP routing table growth with some predictions for the size of the IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing tables in the next five years.
If buffers are generally good and improve data throughput, then more (or larger) buffers are better, right?
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from IETF 106, including on BBR, IPv6, and DoH.
DNS transparency, DoH and DoT preferences, and Frag Flag Day – Geoff discusses highlights from DNS-OARC 31.
The DNS has evolved from its initial design, but has it evolved for the better?
How common is AS Prepending in today’s Internet?
What is dark traffic, and why has it increased four-fold in the past three years?
Can we measure the level of DNS centrality in the Internet today?
Why are some Internet issues so challenging to solve, while others seem to be effortless and appear to solve themselves?