Guest Post: The BNG Blaster is an open-source tool that can simulate massive PPPoE and IPoE (DHCP) sessions, which could be using IPTV services, L2TPv2 (LNS emulation), L2BSA, QoS, forwarding verification, lawful intercept, and convergence testing capabilities.
This face-to-face APNIC Academy workshop in Bangkok will introduce Network Management and Monitoring concepts, techniques, tools, and best practices.
Guest Post: If we stop and think about experiments in computer networks, there is no question that interference exists!
Guest Post: High-speed programmable switches are promising but share common design pitfalls that are potentially exploitable.
Guest Post: A new Internet draft proposes several changes to increase the robustness of Neighbor Discovery.
Guest Post: Learn how to use open-source tools, Suzieq and Batfish, to validate and evaluate network automation processes.
This year, George Michaelson touched on topics ranging from news to explainers. Here are three of George’s best.
Guest Post: A framework for monitoring traffic by domain name in the data plane by extracting the client IP, server IP, and domain name from DNS response messages and associating the domain name with data traffic.
Guest Post: Learn how to test and validate configurations before deploying new changes to the production environment.
Results of a study aiming to help inform the future of networking have been revealed.