Guest Post: Cybercriminals now see home routers as gateways to corporate networks, and companies as potential attack vectors.
Guest Post: Have a request for router IPv6 support? Add it to the list.
Guest Post: Best practice implementation guide for ISPs using MikroTik RouterOS to provide access via PPPoE or MikroTik for their edge/core routers.
Guest Post: In some ways, IPv6 was designed as a more processor-friendly protocol than IPv4. However, its extensible nature still presents some challenges.
Guest Post: Palmtree Router is a new project built from open source tools to provide a private Internet gateway.
Guest Post: A team of cybersecurity researchers are seeking to understand how malware infects home routers to develop ways to protect them from being used in DDoS attacks.
Guest Post: Geolocation databases are used by researchers and network operators to learn the real-world location of a given IP address. But how reliable are these in terms of coverage and accuracy at both country- and city-level resolutions?
GGM reviews the Turris Omnia project – a publicly funded starter project to design and build a fully open specification home router.
Perhaps every network engineer has got some understanding about OSPF LSDB (Open Shortest Path First Link State Database) but how many can read the topology table on a router and decide which LSAs are necessary and which are not for an ISP network?