Guest Post: BGPalerter is an open source and self-contained tool that can be used for BGP monitoring.
Guest Post: Project seeks to understand how widely RFD is deployed and how it’s being configured.
Guest Post: Follow the impact of a real-world route leak from 2019 that had ramifications around the world.
Guest Post: New open-source tool enables operators to mitigate DDoS attacks and better manage traffic and user experience as per their policies.
Guest Post: Learn how RPKI can be set up on a testbed with PMACCT to collect and validate RPKI/ROA information.
Guest Post: Study finds increase in RPKI filtering translates to a direct benefit for networks that register their prefixes in the RPKI.
Guest Post: When dealing with BGP issues, the source is often several steps removed from the result of the problem, making it difficult to resolve.
Guest Post: XDP allows you to build a high-performance peering router using just Linux, while leveraging various open-source routing daemons.
Why are the number of invalid routes increasing at the same time as the number of valid routes?
What can network operators do to ensure they are contributing to a healthy Internet ecosystem?