Guest Post: The recently formed Lanka Network Operators Group provides a platform for network operators in Sri Lanka to discuss operational issues and technologies.
Guest Post: Verfploeter is a new, open-source anycast catchment mapping technique that provides almost four million vantage points.
Guest Post: Three well-known vendors share their thoughts on how to improve support for IPv6 on customer equipment.
Guest Post: Geolocation databases are used by researchers and network operators to learn the real-world location of a given IP address. But how reliable are these in terms of coverage and accuracy at both country- and city-level resolutions?
Guest Post: Decentralization of the Internet and other networks can allow current and new users to ‘cultivate’ their own connectivity and content.
Guest Post: Why aren’t the good guys ahead of the bad guys when it comes to detecting covert channels and exploiting known vulnerabilities?
Guest Post: RFC8188 provides protocol designers a new option for building multi-party protocols with HTTPS by defining a standardized format for encrypting HTTP message bodies.
Guest Post: New research by NZRS provides more insight into how New Zealand’s .nz domains are secured.
Guest Post: Interconnection agreements require more than just knowledge of how BGP works. Learn what you need to consider and who you need to involve in discussions.
Guest Post: The MAMI Project’s new Path Transparency Observatory will help operators with locating and analysing network impairments on the Internet.