Guest Post: One in seven authoritative DNS servers found to be vulnerable to ICMP-based MTU spoofing attacks.
Is the Internet’s address space already fragmented? The answer is not straightforward.
Guest Post: 0.1% of DNS traffic is fragmented, almost all of which comes from DNSSEC signed domains.
Guest Post: Let go of your IPv4 addressing knowledge when developing your IPv6 address plan.
Singapore has seen a rise in IPv6 capability, but no real change in use. What’s going on?
Guest Post: Five years ago, the IETF declared the ‘new’ Internet Protocol IPv6 in RFC 8200.
Guest Post: 2012 was a turning point for the IPv6 Internet. What lies ahead?
Guest Post: Almost non-existent until October 2021, MPTCP deployment now spans more than 80 economies.
Guest Post: Around 20% of resolvers almost never succeed in resolving AAAA queries.
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