Guest Post: As TCP becomes more important to DNS, overhead is becoming an issue.
Guest Post: How much of a problem are large DNS responses over UDP, in the wild?
Guest Post: How to build a Golang custom packet processor using the GoPacket library to passively watch API traffic.
Encrypted transport headers, transport protocol meddling, and content vs carriage.
Guest Post: The open-source DNS tool Anteater allows real time monitoring of operator infrastructure, using their own traffic.
Guest Post: QUIC combines features of TCP and TLS to speed up web object transfers, but it has its flaws. What if there was another way to combine TCP and TLS?
An update on current research activities in transport protocol flow control.
Guest Post: Leveraging different components of the end-to-end networking infrastructure to prevent disruptions from releases.
Just how bad is packet fragmentation loss in the DNS? See the results of DNS Flag Day 2020.
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from IETF 109, including on AS Prepending, Community Networks, DNS centrality, IPv6, and TCP.