Guest Post: Korean researchers are working with the IETF on the concept of IPv6 transmission over Near Field Communication.
Guest Post: The Asia Pacific region has an important role to play in the effort to provide greater access to International Email Addresses.
Guest Post: Sri Lanka Next Generation’s Srimal Andrahennadi shares his top four highlights as a fellow at IETF 97.
APNIC staff participated at the 97th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Seoul, South Korea.
The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) has made a statement that directs all future networking standards to fully support IPv6.
APNIC is testing a new protocol that allows service operators to easily notify of DNS changes.
Guest Post: Google’s Warren Kumari discusses the benefits of Next Secure (NSEC) and why it needs to be used in a more aggressive manner.
Geoff Huston shares his impressions from sessions he attended at IETF 96, Berlin.
The Internet Engineering Task Force recently held their 96th meeting, IETF 96, in Berlin, Germany from 17 to 22 July 2016.
Two BoF sessions at IETF 96 discussed the merits of using UDP as an end-to-end transport service substrate – with different reactions.