APNIC participated at IETF 103 in Bangkok, Thailand from 3 to 9 November 2018.
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts on the future of Internet governance ahead of a panel session at the forthcoming Internet Governance Forum seeking to discuss its past, present and future path.
Geoff Huston analyses the current state of BGP security mechanisms based on his observations at the IETF 102 meeting.
Internet pioneer Professor Brian Carpenter will present on his recent research in autonomic network management at APAN 46 in Auckland, New Zealand, from 5 to 9 August.
Guest Post: Coupled with an additional two-bit signal, the Valid Edge Counter, the QUIC spin bit can provide a higher resolution of latency trouble spots in a network.
APNIC participated at IETF 101 in London, England, from 17 to 23 March 2018.
Opinion: The collective enthusiasm for extending the Internet’s protocols should be matched by due care and constraint.
Guest Post: how many features can we add to the DNS before it breaks? How can we reduce, at least, the growth in DNS complexity?
A proposal to add a “spin bit” to the QUIC protocol sparked much debate at IETF 101.
Is there a core of “crypto zealots” in the IETF that are pushing an extreme agenda about encryption?