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 the Internet at large, and networked systems in general.
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 of history; Paul is an Amateur Radio Operator of many years, though, like me, he is not as active as he used…
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 to get to a destination was by referencing a host file… [fusion_sharing link=”https://rule11.tech/history-of-networking-the-history-of-dns-with-paul-mockapetris/” /]
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.
In this Community Roundtable episode, returning guests Russ White and Nick Russo start our three part deep dive into the Border Gateway Protocol, or BGP, with a look at terminology, how peer relationships form, the differences between internal and external BGP, and scaling techniques.
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.