Guest Post: IPSec has had issues; is it ready to be deployed to a large-scale multi-vendor network?
Is there an end in sight for the protracted IPv6 transition?
Is the architectural evolution of the Internet changing the role of IP addresses?
Guest Post: Study finds more than 2.3 million IPv4 hosts and 300,000 IPv6 capable QUIC servers.
What can IPv4 and IPv6 addressing in 2021 tell us about the changing nature of the network?
Is the stability of the routing system changing?
Geoff Huston analyses recent and historical BGP routing table growth and forecasts IPv4 and IPv6 BGP routing table growth for the next five years.
Guest Post: Study finds that TCP SYN-ACK is not an accurate indicator of service presence because of middlebox responses.
The second post on IPv6 delegations discusses how addressing policy affects the community. How often do recipients come back, and what comes next for addressing policy?
Is IPv4 a commodity? Where is the market going?