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The Shadow of the Web

I believe in the Internet As an ideal. As a web of human minds. As a wonder of the world, not built through totalitarian control but rather through fierce coopetition. As a technological pillar held up by a newer, better, governance structure. As the facilitator of knowledge sharing and communication on a level so advanced […]

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Chris Grundemann: 2015 NANOG Board Candidate

After a lot of thought, a bit of encouragement, and just enough foolish sense of duty, I’ve decided to run for the NANOG Board of Directors in this year’s election. NANOG is where I learned much of what has made me a good engineer and a bunch of what makes me a decent human. It’s where […]

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Job Alert! Deploy360 Needs a Content and Resource Manager

Are you passionate about the future of the Internet? Do you want to help drive the global adoption of key Internet technologies, such as IPv6, DNSSEC, TLS, Secure BGP, and Anti-spoofing? Do enjoy both meeting great new people and staying fanatically organized? If you’re furiously nodding your head “yes” to all of these questions – […]

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IPv6 Security Myth #7: 96 More Bits, No Magic

This week’s myth is interesting because if we weren’t talking security it wouldn’t be a myth. Say what? The phrase “96 more bits, no magic” is basically a way of saying that IPv6 is just like IPv4, with longer addresses. From a pure routing and switching perspective, this is quite accurate. OSPF, IS-IS, and BGP […]

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Introducing IPv6 | Classifying IPv6 Addresses

As with IPv4, an IPv6 address serves as an identifier for an interface or group of interfaces. Also like IPv4, IPv6 addresses come in several types, based on how they represent those interfaces. IPv6 has three types of addresses. This post covers all three, plus some special purpose addresses as well.

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Reports from the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference

ISOC Global (particularly Bill Graham)  did a great job of reporting out as the conference went on. All of their reports are available on the main ISOC website but I find the topic important enough to re-post them all here. They are embedded below in chronological order, notes from week 1 through 3 are followed Read more…


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IPv4 IANA Allocations Post Exhaustion

Global Policy for IPv4 Allocations by the IANA Post Exhaustion I have been working with a team of other concerned netizens on a new global policy proposal since the spring ARIN meeting in Toronto. It started as a lunch time conversation and grew from there. The idea was spurred by last year’s attempt to enact […]

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