I recently joined Ethan Banks for a Packet Pushers episode around the trade offs of hiding information in the control plane. This was a terrific show; you can listen to it by clicking on the
In this community roundtable over at the Network Collective, Jordan, Eyvonne, Nick, and I discuss some interesting use cases for MPLS. This is part of our ongoing series about protocols. Remember to check out Network
This is the second part of our chat with Dave Crocker about the fascinating history of email. Remember to come by the Network Collective home page to find all the great video content
Last week, Eyvonne, Donald, Alistair, and I sat and talked about the recent purchase of Github by Microsoft. Will this be the end of git as a widely used open source repository, or will we
In this episode of the History of Networking, we sit with Dave Crocker to discuss the history of email. This was a long session, so we split it up into two episodes; the next episode
In this edition of the Network Collective, Eyvonne, Jordan, and I talk about where the 'cast has been, and share some thoughts on where it is going. While we like technology as much as anyone
I was recently invited to a webinar for the RIPE NCC about the future of BGP security. The entire series is well worth watching; I was in the final session, which was a panel discussion
On this community roundtable at the Network Collective, we're talking about building resilient networks with Pete Welcher, Jody Lemoine, and John Herbert. This was a terrific discussion of all those things you might not think
On this episode of the Network Collective, we're chatting with Miguel Villareal and Scott Wheeler about cloud connectivity.
On this episode of the History of Networking, we talk to Alia Atlas about the history of fast reroute and Maximally Redundant Trees (MRTs). Remember to send in your suggestions for guests and technologies.
Yet another protocol episode over at the Network Collective. This time, Nick, Jordan, Eyvonne and I talk about BGP security.
Policy at Internet scale is a little understood, and difficult (potentially impossible) to solve problem. Joel Halpern joins the History of Networking over at the Network Collective to talk about the history of policy in
Paul Vixie joins us on the History of Networking to talk about the spread of the DNS system—like a virus through the body network. All those radios in the background at a bit
In this recording, Jordan, Donald, and I talk to Paul Mockapetris, who took on the problem of naming in the original Internet. Back when routers were called fuzzballs, and the only way
The folks over at the Network Collective brought on Jeff Tantsura to talk about the history of segment routing—another great show on networking history!
Another installment in the History of Networking over at the Network Collective. This time we continue the conversation with Alistair Woodman on the history of Voice over IP.
Alistair Woodman joins the Network Collective to discuss the early years of voice over IP. Okay, so we made it through one year of voice over IP history—but it was a busy year.
This Network Collective show was recorded live at the SDxE conference in Austin, Texas. Pete Lumbis, Jeff Tantsura, and I talk about disaggregation with Eyvonne and Jordan.
Another execellent recording by the folks at the Network Collective. Roland Dobbins on the history of Distributed Denial of Service attacks!
On this episode of the History of Networking over at the Network Collective, we interviewed Radia Perlman about the origin of Spanning Tree. She is really delightful, and we plan on bringing her back on
The Network Collective has another History of Networking up; this time we're chatting with Tony Li about the History of BGP. Tony was not involved in the original origins of BGP (the famous napkin, a
On this edition of the History of Networking at the Network Collective, we discuss the history of BGP churn and Add Paths with Daniel Walton of Cumulus Networks. The original post on the
On this edition of the Network Collective's History of Networking, Juliusz Chroboczek sits down to discuss the origins of the BABEL routing protocol. You can see the original post over on the Network Collective here.
On this edition of the History of Networking, we chatted with Daniel Walton at Cumulus about his work in optimizing BGP for scale in the early and mid-1990's. This video was recorded, and
Some folks over at the Network Collective thought it would be cool to sit around with folks who invented various networking technologies and just talk about the where, why, and how of those technologies were
If you want to find out more about open source and disaggregated routing for large scale network design, take a look at the recent webinar on this topic over at ipspace.net.