The History of Networking: BABEL

5 September 2017 | Comments Off on The History of Networking: BABEL

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.

History of Networking: BGP Optimizations with Daniel Walton

23 August 2017 | Comments Off on History of Networking: BGP Optimizations with Daniel Walton

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 is hosted, by the Network Collective—many thanks for the work they are doing!

History of Networking: Quality of Service with Fred Baker

3 August 2017 | Comments Off on History of Networking: Quality of Service with Fred Baker

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 invented. Donald Sharp and I, while not officially a part of the collective, are hosting this new video cast, and…

Open Source Routing at NANOG

21 June 2017 | 1 Comment

  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.

One the ‘net: The Network Collective and Choosing a Routing Protocol

26 April 2017 | 1 Comment

The Network Collective is a new and very interesting video cast of various people sitting around a virtual table talking about topics of interest to network engineers. I was on the second episode last night, and the video is already (!) posted this morning. You should definitely watch this one! In episode 2 our panel…