The recent ICANN DNS Symposium in Bangkok was almost exclusively devoted to the namespace associated with the DNS resolution protocol.
Hyperlocal roots or NSEC caching? Geoff Huston shares his thoughts on these new ways to make the DNS root zone more resilient.
Geoff Huston seeks to further clarify the potential privacy issues associated with the widespread use of DNS over HTTPS (DoH).
Are new protocols that seek to enhance personal privacy undermining the use of the public DNS?
Why did DNSSEC validation fall and only regained momentum in the last recent six months?
Get the backstory on the history and design of QUIC, and what implications it might have on the overall architecture of the Internet Protocol.
Geoff Huston investigates how authoritative DNS servers respond to random name attacks.
What changed in Internet addressing in 2018 and how has it changed the outlook for the Internet?
Part two of Geoff’s BGP report for 2018 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.