Discussions around Coordinated Address Space Management (CASM) continued during IETF 99 and the RIRs are participating.
Over 1,200 people attended the 99th Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting held in Prague, Czech Republic.
After sharing my notes from the IEPG meeting and aspects of the DNS, here are the rest of the items that I personally found to be of interest at IETF 99 last week.
Interest in the DNS appears to come in waves and we seem to be be in the midst of a furious burst of activity.
Automating DNSSEC key management and validating issues with the KSK roll where two of the many novel discussions had during the recent IEPG meeting in Prague.
Security of the Domain Name System, and privacy, was a topic of much discussion during the recent DNS operations Working Group.
Should there be a hard limit for the /64 boundary? A question hotly debated during the 6MAN working group at IETF 99.
Microsoft’s IPv6 efforts on its corporate network are uncovering issues relevant to all IPv6 users.
The current state of naming models in the Home Networking (homenet) WG is quite a complex problem because there are at least two goals, and they may not entirely converge.
IEPG has moved to a new day in the IETF agenda, but it’s still a very useful conversation between the operations and engineering community.