Guest Post: Transport Layer Security 1.3 has been designed to be more secure in order to prevent the interception of sessions over the Internet.
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.
Guest Post: Updated results from the IPv6 deployment survey as presented at APNIC 44.
Guest Post: Users are never going to be tolerant of service outages, but with good communication and processes, network operators can get more time to fix problems that arise.
Guest Post: IXP benchmarking in the Asia Pacific was one of the many topics discussed at the 16th Asia Pacific Internet Exchange Association meeting.
Some of the highlights from DNS-OARC 27 held in San Jose from 29 September to 3 October 2017.
Why has the DNS Root Zone KSK roll been postponed? Geoff Huston digs into the data to explain.
Guest Post: Which is better measuring the connectivity and latency of web servers on the network level, HTTP or TCP Ping?
Guest Post: The Network Operator Measurement Activity (NOMA) platform explores the possibility of making use of data within constituent networks for Internet health metrics measurements.