Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from IETF 109, including on AS Prepending, Community Networks, DNS centrality, IPv6, and TCP.
The third is a series of posts by Geoff Huston answering questions on RPKI.
Internet infrastructure has evolved a lot since the 1980s. How well is the DNS coping with all that change?
The second is a series of posts by Geoff Huston answering questions on RPKI.
Geoff seeks to shed light on the design trade-offs behind RPKI.
What can the experience of the Universal Postal Union tell us about the Internet’s arrangements for settlement and peering?
We operate the root service in its current guise because so far, its worked adequately well. But we don’t have to continue that way.
In August 2019, 3% of users passed their queries through resolvers that actively work to minimize the extent of leakage of superfluous information in DNS queries. What’s changed in 12 months?
Opinion: Why is it taking an average of two years for the IETF process to take an idea to a published RFC?
Geoff shares his thoughts from the recent DNS-OARC virtual meeting.