Geoff Huston shares his impressions from IETF 98 Working Groups and sessions, including DNSOPS, Homenet, IPv6, QUIC and Multi-Path TCP.
Geoff Huston examines the policy proposals discussed at ARIN 39, including those dealing with whois database curation and IPv4 transfers.
Geoff Huston examines the potential of new satellite Internet projects that promise to offer high-speed, low-cost Internet services to rival fibre.
Geoff discusses how the DNS and root servers function and provides some suggestions for the infrastructure to continue to be robust, scalable and accurate..
Peering trends, traffic policing and the security issues with the Internet of (Maliciously Stupid Trash) Things among the topics of discussion at NANOG 69.
What changed in Internet addressing in 2016? Geoff Huston examines the numbers and trends.
Geoff Huston analyses BGP trends for 2016 and offers his predictions for IPv4 and IPv6 BGP tables sizes for the next five years.
Domain Name certificates used to be expensive. In this post, I’ll walk through the process of setting up good, inexpensive and accessible DNS security using several public tools.
The last minute of 2016 will be 61 seconds long. Geoff explains why it matters.
Geoff takes a second look at the DNS Root Servers, this time scoring them on the ability to handle large UDP responses over IPv6.