Guest Post: The need for quick remediation of failures and high reliability in BGP networks can be hard to reconcile.
Guest Post: With networks growing in size, complexity, and traffic volume, the need for continuous and precise monitoring is greater than ever before.
APNIC has adopted a Product Management framework to improve the way we develop our current and future services.
Internet pioneer Professor Brian Carpenter will present on his recent research in autonomic network management at APAN 46 in Auckland, New Zealand, from 5 to 9 August.
Guest Post: According to a new study, peer-to-peer updates are an essential part of future management tools, as the only way to get effective and scalable connectivity.
Guest Post: After years of being used sparsely for UDP-based services such as DNS, anycasting IP space has become quite a meme in the networking world.
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.
Guest Post: Should ISPs assign a /48 or a /56 to customers in their IPv6 address plans? Jordi Palet Martinez answers this question and more in part two of his IPv6 addressing article.
Guest Post: In the first part of a two-part article, Jordi Palet Martinez suggests IPv6 addressing plan considerations for ISPs serving residential and SOHO customers.
A look at Google’s delay-controlled TCP flow control algorithm, called BBR.