Guest Post: Here’s what we’ve learned about networks and the routers that interconnect them in the last 50 years.
Guest Post: Network verification requires the specifications of a network, and these can consist of thousands of policies. What if there was a way to profile a network more efficiently?
Applications for the MANRS 2021 Fellowship Program are now open!
Guest post: In 2014, there were problems when the IPv4 Internet routing table hit 512k routes. What will happen when it hits 1024k?
Presentations on router history and routing security caught Geoff’s eye at NANOG 81.
Guest Post: How do you quantify the end-to-end performance changes brought about by a new submarine cable?
Guest Post: Krill has a built-in HTTPS server but you can also run a production grade webserver as a reverse proxy for easy TLS configuration and additional restrictions.
Guest Post: Applications are now open for the 2021 MANRS ambassador program.
Guest Post: There is a better way to interface between the application and the transport layer that can be consistent across multiple transport protocols.
Guest post: What if network operators could customize routing protocols deployed in their network, without all the years of standardization?