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Chris Grundemann speaking on IPv6, and talking BCOP, at HKNOG 1.0

I’m really excited to announce that I’ll be speaking at the 1.0 meeting of the Hong Kong Network Operators Group (HKNOG) next week! The full-day HKNOG 1.0 meeting will be held on Monday, 01 September 2014 in East Hong Kong. This is a free to attend event, so if you are a network engineer based […]

Chris Grundemann speaking on IPv6, and talking BCOP, at HKNOG 1.0 is a post from don't panic – One Network Technologist's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


Chris Grundemann attending AfPIF to talk BCOP

AfPIF is the African Peering and Interconnection Forum and this year it is being held in Dakar, Senegal from 26 to 28 August, 2014. The 5th African Peering and Interconnection Forum (AFPIF) will be held over a 3-day period in August in Dakar, Senegal to discuss the future of peering in an era where the […]

Chris Grundemann attending AfPIF to talk BCOP is a post from don't panic – One Network Technologist's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


The IETF’s *Other* Diversity Challenge

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the standards body for the Internet. It is the organization that publishes and maintains the standards describing the Internet Protocol (IP – versions 4 and 6), and all directly related and supporting protocols, such as TCP, UDP, DNS (and DNSSEC), BGP, DHCP, NDP, the list goes on, and […]

The IETF’s *Other* Diversity Challenge is a post from don't panic – One Network Technologist's View of Life, the Internet, and Everything.


Deploy360 is at AIS ’14 right now!

That’s right, the whole team is here in Djibouti, Djibouti for the 2014 edition of the Africa Internet Summit! And what a summit. There is so much going on you really need to check out the agenda and make some tough choices. Today we’re enjoying the opening ceremonies, an ISOC spam workshop, and ION Djibouti. […]

Deploy360 is at AIS ’14 right now! is a post from don't panic – One Network Technologist'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.