Guest Post: A bit of free time and a desire to experiment led high school student Nate Sales to construct an open source anycast CDN.
Guest Post: Due to its popularity, identifying which address is anycast isn’t straightforward, so a new approach is needed. Enter MAnycast².
Guest Post: A major CDN reduced its median latency by more than half during study into use of Bidirectional Anycast/Unicast Probing.
Guest Post: New open-source tool enables operators to mitigate DDoS attacks and better manage traffic and user experience as per their policies.
There’s a growing body of research trying to understand how IPv6 is functioning in the Internet.
Guest Post: There’s quite a gap between providers propagating BGP route updates fastest and slowest to their peers.
Guest Post: Verfploeter is a new, open-source anycast catchment mapping technique that provides almost four million vantage points.
Guest Post: After years of being used sparsely for UDP-based services such as DNS, anycasting IP space has become quite a meme in the networking world.
Guest Post: New research studies the relationship between latency and anycast deployment of four Root DNS servers (C, F, K and L) to determine how many anycast sites are required for good latency.
Here at APNIC, we use both IP anycast and managed DNS. This article outlines how we do it.