An update on trends in resource delegation in APNIC’s East Asia sub-region.
A decade ago, the best advice around was to use a down-adjusted TCP MSS value, such as 1300, 1380 or even 1400. What’s changed?
A recent IETF draft challenges the robustness principle.
Opinion: Do we need to rethink the terms of privacy and consent to align with today’s data collection methods?
Remote Triggered Blackholing has major limitations when applied at Internet Exchange Points.
Guest Post: There’s data to show how IPv6 is faster than IPv4, but why is it the case?
IPv6 capabilities in Bhutan and Sri Lanka briefly dropped by almost 50% due to an issue with an expired certificate.
Guest Post: There’s a lot more to an IP addresses than merely being an identifier.
Guest Post: IXPs have had a clear impact in reducing paths and dependence on Tier-1 transit providers.
Guest Post: New Network Time Protocol client secures against time shifting by man-in-the-middle attackers.