Staying out of news headlines should be motivation enough to secure Internet routing. So why do we continue to hear about Internet routing leaks and hijacks?
Geoff takes a look at the initial design expectations and the deployment realities of BGP and DNSSEC.
How has this critically important routing protocol fared over these 30 years and what are its future prospects?
Guest Post: A Swiss data centre leaked over 70,000 routes to China Telecom, some for over two hours.
Guest Post: Traffic going through a public DNS in Taiwan was rerouted to an entity in Brazil for about three and a half minutes.
Guest Post: There’s quite a gap between providers propagating BGP route updates fastest and slowest to their peers.
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Guest Post: How the engineers behind one of Asia’s most popular messaging apps redesigned its network from scratch with a focus on simplicity and capacity for growth.
Guest Post: New study sheds light on the appearance and behaviour of BGP zombies.
Guest Post: Are networks using prefix lengths differently today compared to eight years ago?