A look at Google’s delay-controlled TCP flow control algorithm, called BBR.
Guest Post: IDN Foundation tries to help teachers/lecturers in Indonesia gain real industry experience. Our goal is to develop the next generation of network engineers.
What role will name-based services play in the future of home networks?
Guest Post: Tom Hollingsworth discusses the growing trend of network complexity and the need for simplicity.
Two BoF sessions at IETF 96 discussed the merits of using UDP as an end-to-end transport service substrate – with different reactions.
IoT discussions are increasingly focused on application-level standards, exploring how IoT devices can exploit secure reliable byte streams to communicate their capabilities and command/control logic.
Geoff returns to the subject of IP packet fragmentation, this time looking at how IPv6 has changed the behaviour of packet fragmentation and discussing the concern of whether IPv6 can handle big packets.
For the final post in this series, we return to the idea that the Internet is not just helping New Zealand to retain talent, but is helping it attract talent to its shores.
Today’s NZSeries post looks at Frank March’s efforts to develop and sustain an environment for the Internet to grow in NZ with minimal government regulation.
Guest Post: Eric Vyncke discusses his IETF document RFC 7404 – Using Only Link-Local Addressing inside an IPv6 Network which describes the use of LLAs for links between routers in an IPv6 network.