Here are my slides (PDF, 2.7 MB) for my lightning talk at the internet new year's 2013 event later today. It's in Dutch with English subtitles!
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