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Hawt or Naught – NANOG 72

Last week I was in Atlanta with 879 of my friends for NANOG 72; the seventy second meeting of the North American Network Operators Group. NANOG is always a marathon of presentations, conversations, meals, and meetings. This one was no different – a whirlwind of learning, talking, speaking, and yes, even a bit of drinking. […]

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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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CGN Logging: Horror Stories and Happy Endings

This is a horror story. Lucky for you, it comes with a happy ending. I gave a lightning talk on CGN logging at NANOG 54 in San Diego which started with those very words. The abstract lays out the high points: Per-connection logging is one of the major hurdles when deploying a CGN system in […]

CGN Logging: Horror Stories and Happy Endings is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


IPv6 Transit and Peering

We (the Global Network Engineering Community(GNEC)) have made many mistakes with IPv4 Peering and Transit configurations and operational practices. As operators begin turning up more and more IPv6 E-BGP sessions with peers and transit providers, there is an opportunity to do things right from the beginning.

IPv6 Transit and Peering is a post from don't panic – One Network Architect's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


The ITU and the Internet; Strange Bedfellows or a Deadly Embrace?

The ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2010 (PP-10) recently concluded. The conference took place in Guadalajara, Mexico from Monday the 4th  to Friday the 22nd of October, 2010. Many in the Internet community have long expected that this conference would focus heavily on what the ITU often calls ICT (Information and Communication Technology), what most of us […]

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