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No!
February 2019
Just what part of "No" doesn't the DNS understand? Why does the DNS over-query for non-existent names? More...
Addressing 2018
January 2019
Time for another annual roundup from the world of IP addresses. Let's see what has changed in the past 12 months in addressing the Internet and look at how IP address allocation information can inform us of the changing nature of the network itself. More...
BGP in 2018 - Part 2: BGP Churn
January 2019
The scalability of BGP as the Internet鈥檚 routing protocol is not just dependant on the number of prefixes carried in the routing table. Dynamic routing updates are also part of this story. If the update rate of BGP is growing faster than we can deploy processing capability to match then the routing system will lose data, and at that point the routing system will head into turgid instability. This second part of the report of BGP across 2018 will look at the profile of BGP updates across 2018 to assess whether the stability of the routing system, as measured by the level of BGP update activity, is changing. More...
BGP in 2018 - Part 1: The BGP Table
January 2019
It has become either a tradition, or a habit, each January for me to report on the experience with the inter-domain routing system over the past year, looking in some detail at some metrics from the routing system that can show the essential shape and behaviour of the underlying interconnection fabric of the Internet. More...
IPv6 in China
December 2018
China has an estimated Internet user population of 741 million, out of a total population of 1.4 billion people. If there was extensive deployment of IPv6 services in China, then the case that IPv6 has already achieved critical mass of deployment would be easy to make. On the other hand, if such a significant user population had no IPv6 service and no visible plans for IPv6 services, then the entire conversation about the times and certainties about the future of IPv6 takes on a different direction. Which means that China matters in the world of IPv6. It matters a lot. More...
Internet Economics
December 2018
The way in which we communicate, and the manner, richness and reach of our communications has a profound impact on the shape and function of our economy and our society, so its perhaps entirely proper that considerations of the manner in which we develop and tune public policies in this industry take place in open forums. One way is to bring together the various facets of how we build, operate and use the Internet and look at these activities from a perspective of economics and public policy. More...
What's the Time
November 2018
Computers have always had clocks. Knowing the time is important to many computer functions. In a networked world its not only important to know the time, but its equally important to know the right time. But how accurate are all these computer clocks? Lets find out. More...
Analyzing the KSK Roll
November 2018
It's been more than two weeks since the roll of the Key Signing Key (KSK) of the root zone on October 11 2018, and it's time to look at the data to see what we can learn from the first roll of the root zone's KSK. More...
Has Internet Governance Become Irrelevant?
November 2018
A panel session has been scheduled at the forthcoming Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Paris in November that speaks to the topic that Internet Governance is on a path to irrelevance. What's this all about? More...
Diving into the DNS
October 2018
DNS OARC organizes two meetings a year. They are two-day meetings with a concentrated dose of DNS esoterica. Here鈥檚 what I took away from the recent 29th meeting of OARC, held in Amsterdam in mid-October 2018. More...
Securing the Routing System at NANOG 74
October 2018
The level of interest in the general topic of routing security seems to come in waves in our community. At times it seems like the interest from network operators, researchers, security folk and vendors climbs to an intense level, while at other times the topic appears to be moribund. If the attention on this topic at NANOG 74 is anything to go by we seem to be experiencing a local peak. More...
DOH!
October 2018
If you had the opportunity to re-imagine the DNS, what might it look like? Normally this would be an idle topic of speculation over a beer or two, but maybe there鈥檚 a little more to the question these days. We are walking into an entirely new world of the DNS when we start to think about exactly might be possible when we look at DNS over HTTPS, or DOH. More...
Measuring the KSK Roll
September 2018
It has been a trade-off between waiting long enough to have the key sentinel mechanism deployed in sufficient volume in resolvers to generate statistically valid outcomes and yet start this measurement prior to the planned roll of the KSK on 11th October 2018. These are early results, and reflect less than one week of measurement, but some strong signals are evident in the data. More...
The Law of Snooping
August 2018
There is a saying, attributed to Abraham Maslow, that when all you have is a hammer then everything looks like a nail. A variation is that when all you have is a hammer, then all you can do it hit things! For a legislative body, when all you can do is enact legislation, then that鈥檚 all you do! Even when it鈥檚 pretty clear that the underlying issues do not appear to be all that amenable to legislative measures, some legislatures will boldly step forward into the uncertain morass and legislate where wiser heads may have taken a more cautious and considered stance. More...
DNSSEC and DNS over TLS
August 2018
In this article I'd like to look at the roles of Security Extensions for the DNS (DNSSEC) and DNS over Transport Layer Security (DoT) and question DoT could conceivably replace DNSSEC in the DNS. More...
Measuring ECDSA in DNSSEC - A Final Report
August 2018
Back in 2014 I wrote on the use of the elliptical curve cryptographic algorithm in generating digital signatures for securing the DNS (DNSSEC). The conclusion at the time was hardly encouraging: "Will ECDSA ever be a useful tool for DNS and DNSSEC? As good as ECDSA is in presenting strong crypto in a smaller number of bits, it is still an alien algorithm for much of today鈥檚 Internet. So, sadly, I have absolutely no idea how to answer that question as to when it may become genuinely useful for use in DNSSEC." Four years later, let鈥檚 see if we can provide an updated answer this question and hopefully put the matter to rest. More...
An Update on Securing BGP from IETF 102
July 2018
In this article I鈥檇 like to look at some BGP security topics that have come up during the July 2018 meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and try to place these items into some bigger context of routing security. More...
The Uncertainty of Measuring the DNS
July 2018
In this article I'd like to explore a common aspect of measurements of the Internet's Domain Name system. It's nowhere near as formally stated as Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, and cannot be proved formally, but the assertion is very similar, namely that there is a basic limit to the accuracy of measurements that can be made about the behaviour and properties of the DNS. More...
Another 10 Years Later
June 2018
The evolutionary path of any technology can often take strange and unanticipated turns and twists. At some points simplicity and minimalism can be replaced by complexity and ornamentation, while at other times a dramatic cut-through exposes the core concepts of the technology and removes layers of superfluous additions. The evolution of the Internet appears to be no exception and contains these same forms of unanticipated turns and twists. In thinking about the technology of the Internet over the last ten years, it appears that it's been a very mixed story about what's changed and what's stayed the same. More...
What Drives IPv6 Deployment?
May 2018
It's been six years since World IPv6 Launch day on the 6th June 2012. In those six years we've managed to place ever increasing pressure on the dwindling pools of available IPv4 addresses, but we have still been unable to complete the transition to an all-IPv6 Internet. More...
Measuring ATR
April 2018
One of the more pressing and persistent problems today is the treatment of fragmented packets. We are seeing a very large number of end-to-end paths that no longer support the transmission of fragmented IP datagrams. What can the DNS do to mitigate this issue? More...
Measuring the Root Zone KSK Trust
April 2018
An analysis of DNS resolver data to attempt to estimate the impact of a roll of the KSK. More...
Stuffing the Camel into the Bike Shed
April 2018
I鈥檓 sure that there are folk who believe that bodies like the IETF can exercise just the right level of restraint and process management to keep excessive levels of both camelling and bikeshedding out of the IETF and its Working Groups activities. Speaking personally, I just can鈥檛 see that happening. More...
Just One Bit
March 2018
I'm never surprised by the ability of an IETF Working Group to obsess over what to any outside observer would appear to be a completely trivial matter. Even so, I was impressed to see a large-scale discussion emerge over a single bit in a transport protocol being standardized by the IETF. More...
DNS OARC 28
March 2018
March has seen the first of the DNS Operations, Analysis, and Research Center (OARC) workshops for the year, where two days where too much DNS is just not enough! More...
Crypto Zealots
March 2018
Is the IETF is behaving irresponsibly in attempting to place as much of the Internet鈥檚 protocols behind session level encryption as it possibly can? More...
Peak DNSSEC?
February 2018
Has the adoption of DNSSEC already peaked well before any level of complete deployment? If so that what might that mean for the way in which we manage security and resilience on the Internet? More...
Addressing 2017
January 2018
Time for another annual roundup from the world of IP addresses. Let鈥檚 see what has changed in the past 12 months in addressing the Internet and look at how IP address allocation information can inform us of the changing nature of the network itself. More...
BGP in 2017
January 2018
This is a report on the experience with the Internet's inter-domain routing system over the past year, looking in some detail at some metrics from the routing system that can show the essential shape and behaviour of the underlying interconnection fabric of the Internet. More...
A Workshop on Internet Economics
December 2017
In the United States the debate between advocates of market-based resolution of competitive tensions and regulatory intervention has seldom reached the fever pitch that we've seen over the vexed on-again off-again question of Net Neutrality in recent weeks. How can we assist and inform that debate? One way is to bring together the various facets of how we build, operate and use the Internet and look at these activities from a perspective of economics. This is the background to a relatively unique gathering, hosted each year by CAIDA, the Centre for Applied Internet Data Analysis, at the University of California, San Diego, at WIE, the Workshop on Internet Economics. These are my notes from the 8th such workshop, held in December 2017. More...
Network Neutrality - Again
December 2017
It strikes me as odd to see a developed and, by any reasonable standard, a prosperous economy getting into so much trouble with its public communications policy framework. More...
Helping Resolvers to help the DNS
November 2017
Here, I'd like to look at ways that recursive resolvers in the DNS can take some further steps that assist other parts of the DNS, notably the set of authoritative name servers, including root zone servers, to function more efficiently, and to mitigate some of the negative consequences if these authoritative name servers are exposed to damaging DOS attacks. More...
Hiding the DNS
November 2017
I鈥檇 like to look in a little more detail at the efforts to hide the DNS behind HTTPS, and put the work in the IETF's DOH Working Group into a broader perspective. There are a number of possible approaches here, and they can be classified according to the level of interaction between the DNS application and the underlying HTTPS encrypted session. More...
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