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.
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.