Guest post: There is a tradeoff between achievable throughput and coverage of wireless signals — using multiple channels can deliver better results.
Guest Post: Most WiFi devices are designed to acknowledge all packets received — this poses security risks.
Feedback is sought on recent BBR patches that seek to increase throughput for WiFi and lower queuing delays.
APNIC has operated its own dual stack network for many years, but recently embarked on two additional IPv6 network projects. This is what we experienced.
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: The third post in this series looks at enterprise Wi-Fi security.
Guest Post: In the second post of this series, Ronald van Kleunen examines the risks associated with Public Wi-Fi networks.
Guest Post: In this series, Ronald van Kleunen examines the risks associated with three popular types of Wi-Fi networks and what you can do to manage them.
Internet Week started in Japan as an IP meeting in 1990 with just 40 participants. Since then it has grown, this year attracting more than 2,600 participants.
Having listened to Geoff Huston describe the future of the Internet as mobile, GGM seeks to make sense of some looming issues that surrounding such future.