There’s three easy ways to get a smile out of an IETF attendee.
The use of IPv6-only networks at IETF 100 is allowing attendees to troubleshoot IPv6 issues during the meeting.
An idea has been floated at the IETF 6man working group regarding the customer end of IPv6 addresses.
The ISOC Fellowship to the IETF introduces representatives from a diverse range of fields to the growing need to consider IPv6 in their planning and decision-making processes.
Topics discussed at day two of DNS OARC 27 included the risks to the DNS associated with IPv6 and a project to reduce unnecessary traffic on the roots.
Dave Schaeffer’s NANOG 71 keynote recognizes that the future of the Internet transmission will be in the form of larger pipes.
Jon Brewer and Ulrich Speidel present two informative and futuristic talks about satellite communication at APNIC 44.
The traffic on the public whois service at APNIC continues unabated, but there is a far simpler, better way to query the same information: RDAP.
Discussions around Coordinated Address Space Management (CASM) continued during IETF 99 and the RIRs are participating.
Security of the Domain Name System, and privacy, was a topic of much discussion during the recent DNS operations Working Group.