In a world of rapid automation, what role will network engineers have?
Guest Post: How will the increase in the frequency of extreme rainfall events effect wireless communications into the future?
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from IETF 109, including on AS Prepending, Community Networks, DNS centrality, IPv6, and TCP.
Guest Post: Path-aware architectures are showing potential as means to improve efficiency and solve many of the security issues of today’s Internet.
Guest Post: Study shows big five content providers are at various stages of DNSSEC, IPv6 and TCP adoption.
Learn about the differences between AS0 Trust Anchor Locators and AS0 Route Origin Authorizations.
Guest Post: HTTPS RRs and STS look similar but there are subtle differences in the threat models and deployment tradeoffs of each.
APNIC’s RPKI publication service now supports the RFC 8181-aligned publication protocol and Krill system.
Guest Post: A proposal to allow Resource Tagged Attestations can be tested in Krill and Routinator with just a few simple steps.
Guest Post: RIPE Atlas is inviting you to participate in their next probe deployments, from the comfort of your own home.