NANOG 64

The North American Network Operator’s Group held its 64th Meeting in San Francisco in early June. Here’s my impressions of some of the more interesting sessions that grabbed my attention at this meeting.


NANOG 63: The DDOS Conversation

In some ways the details of specific case of DDOS attacks are less material than the larger picture. The Internet always had the potential issue that the aggregate sum of I/O capacity of the edge was massively larger than the interior, and the sum of multiple edge outputs was always…


NANOG 63: Operators and the IETF

One view of the IETF’s positioning is that as a technology standardisation venue then the immediate circle of engagement in IETF activities is the producers of equipment and applications, and the common objective is interoperability. What is the role of a technology standards body? Should it try and be all…