What does the changing surface of the BGP default-free zone mean for routing technology and service providers?
How concentrated is service delivery across different market segments of users, and between the supply side and request side.
APNIC’s PING podcast continued to attract experts to discuss varied Internet operation topics — here are three of the best.
How to model and categorize incoming DNS to provide telemetry and manage data growth and time bounds in the Linux kernel with radix tries and bloom filters.
Cohesion in the namespace is actually what’s stopping splintering and fracturing in the Internet.
Why set up a bandwidth reservation framework, and how might it be used in practice?
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts on routing security and trust.
As soon as we accept the fact that network neutrality is essential for the well-being of the Internet, the better off we’re all going to be.
PING is a new podcast for people who want to look behind the scenes into the workings of the Internet.