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  • 10-10-2017: Routing protocols - a perfect example of RFC 1925 Rule 5. [ipSpace]

  • 04-10-2017: New standards will shore up Internet router security. [Network Computing]

  • 18-10-2016: Routing protocol migrations in a live data center. [NANOG 68 YouTube]

  • 12-10-2016: Why I care about Segment Routing. [Russ White] [The Forwarding Plane]

  • 11-05-2016: Introducing Open/R - a new modular routing platform. [Facebook]

  • 08-09-2015: TCP is a wire-centric protocol being forced to cut the cord, painfully. [The Register]

  • 25-08-2015: System routes Internet traffic around countries you don't trust. [HardOCP] [IEEE Spectrum]

  • 24-06-2015: More leaky routes. [Geoff Huston]

  • 30-01-2015: Addressing 2014. [Geoff Huston]

  • 16-07-2014: New photonic router works by flipping reflective atom's lid. [The Register]

  • 14-06-2013: Will SPDY solve web application performance issues? [ipSpace]

  • 04-02-2013: Thoughts on Open EIGRP. [Packet Pushers]

  • 31-01-2013: Why is Cisco bothering with “Open” EIGRP? [Packet Pushers]

  • 22-01-2013: TCP MSS clamping -- what is it and why do we need it? [ipSpace]

  • 28-05-2012: Virgin Media wipes out websites with routing blackhole. [The Register]

    • 29-05-2012: Virgin Media flushes pipes clogged by piles of Spotify fans. [The Register]

  • 19-02-2012: EIGRP -- auto summary. [EtherealMind]

  • 27-01-2012: Prefix-independent convergence (PIC): fixing the FIB bottleneck. [ipSpace]

  • 24-01-2012: Google takes on Internet standards with TCP proposals, SPDY standardisation. [Ars Technica] [Engadget] [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 19-04-2012: What web users need to know about SPDY. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 20-04-2012: Using SPDY on your web server. [ReadWriteWeb]

    • 15-07-2012: Facebook endorses Google's SPDY networking protocol. [cNet] [Wired]

    • 07-08-2012: HTTP standards group looks to SPDY protocol to influence HTTP/2.0. [Engadget] [Mnot]

    • 03-12-2012: IETF wants Google's SPDY protocol for HTTP 2.0. [The Register]

  • 27-12-2011: TCP/IP over Lego model train. [ExtremeTech] [Engadget] [Hackaday]

  • 27-11-2011: Routing protocols and computation in silicon. [EtherealMind]

  • 23-04-2011: IP address can now pin down your location to within half a mile. [Ars Technica]

  • 12-02-2011: The cyberweapon that could take down the Internet. [Gizmodo]

  • 03-01-2011: The basics of EIGRP. [CCIE Blog]

  • 15-12-2010: Where would you need GRE? [IOS Hints]

  • 04-10-2010: Multiple EIGRP ASs in a VRF. [IOS Hints]

  • 02-09-2010: Understanding third-party next-hop. [CCIE Blog]

  • 23-08-2010: Source-based RTBH. [PacketLife]

  • 09-08-2010: EIGRP feasible successor routes. [PacketLife]

  • 03-08-2010: EIGRP myths debunked. [IOS Hints]

  • 29-06-2010: The next generation of routing architecture. [CCIE Journey]

  • 20-05-2010: Sharing ideas - GLBP and HSRP. [Etherealmind]

  • 07-05-2010: Fast static route convergence. [IOS Hints]

  • 15-04-2010: How basic are RIP timers? [CCIE Blog]

  • 17-03-2010: A simple IPv4 prefix summarisation procedure. [CCIE Blog]

  • 19-02-2010: RFC 5772: A set of possible requirements for a future routing architecture. [IETF]

  • 03-02-2010: Pollution in 1/8. [RIPE Labs]

  • 01-02-2010: Understanding IP prefix lists. [PacketLife]

  • 24-01-2010: Issues with allocating from 1.0.0.0/8. [BGPmon]

  • 04-01-2010: Routing table profiling. [PacketLife]

  • 25-03-2009: How Google routes around outages. [DC Knowledge]

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