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: As of 2019, Segment Routing over IPv6 data plane (SRv6) has been deployed in eight large-scale networks; supported more than 25 hardware implementations at line rate; and implemented in 11 open-source platforms/applications.
Guest Post: IPv6 network periphery is a new term to describe newly measured intricacies of IPv6 CPE and routers at the edge.
Guest Post: The most essential part of deploying DNSSEC was to understand what it is and how it works.
Guest Post: SRv6 enables you to code directly into each packet header where the traffic should be sent and how it should be treated.
Guest Post: XDP allows you to build a high-performance peering router using just Linux, while leveraging various open-source routing daemons.
Guest Post: We are currently living in a world of eroding trust and it is time to rethink what, and how we trust.
Guest Post: High precision time measurements depend on using multiple clocks to ensure redundancy and stability.
Guest Post: Learn how to use Linux command line to investigate suspicious processes trying to masquerade as kernel threads.