Now that we know what it means to be an ASN, how do we count them?
What does it ‘mean’ to be an AS number?
Guest post: In 2014, there were problems when the IPv4 Internet routing table hit 512k routes. What will happen when it hits 1024k?
Guest post: What if network operators could customize routing protocols deployed in their network, without all the years of standardization?
Part two of Geoff Huston’s 2020 BGP report investigates whether the stability of the routing system is changing.
Three of the our favourite ‘how to’ posts from 2019 on a range of tools and techniques.
How common is AS Prepending in today’s Internet?
Guest Post: RIPE Labs’ Emile Aben looks at the uptake of BGP Large Communities as observed by their Routing Information Service (RIS).
Are more specific routing advertisements in BGP a considered use of routing or simply creating a mess?
It’s difficult to defend the integrity of your addresses on the Internet if you don’t publicly engage.