You can read the full story at Ars Technica: IPv6 takes one step forward, IPv4 two steps back in 2012.Permalink - posted 2013-01-10
Turns out that there is a video book review of my BGP book. It came out three years ago but I just found it. At 59 seconds it's short and sweet, so if you have Flash installed, check it out.Read the article - posted 2013-07-21
On Tuesday October 8, 2013, I'll be teaching the new IPv6 routing course for the first time. I'm very excited about this new training course!Read the article - posted 2013-08-20
According to Olivier Bonaventure, Apple is using Multipath TCP (MPTCP) so that iOS 7 devices can communicate with the Siri servers over both Wi-Fi and 3G/LTE at the same time. If you want some background, see this article in the IETF Journal about MPTCP that I wrote in 2009.
Read the article - posted 2013-09-19
Interesting presentation by Marc Heuse at Hack in the Box 2012: bugs in IPv6 implementations, differences between IPv4 and IPv6 filtering by large websites, discovering IPv6 systems without brute force address scanning. Did you know that on 63% of networks the ::1 address replies to pings on at least one subnet? And then the
hacker security researcher knows which subnets are live.
Video at Youtube (64 minutes).Read the article - posted 2013-12-18