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BGP implementations did not always have the ability to scale to millions of routes; Daniel Walton joins the history of networking to talk through the history ...
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For these two episodes of the History of Networking, Dan Grossman joins Donald and I to discuss the history of Asyncrhonous Transfer Mode (ATM). While this is ...
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The open source Linux operating system plays a large role in building routing and host devices; JR Rivers joins the history of networking to discuss the ...
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YANG is a data modeling language used to model configuration data, state data, Remote Procedure Calls, and notifications for network management protocols, ...
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The spanning tree protocol used to connect Ethernet segments together was actually created after routing, over the span of a single week. Radia Perlman, who ...
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In many ways, routers and switches are just special purpose computing platforms. How did they come to be considered completely different kinds of devices? ...
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Peter Jones joins the History of Networking to discuss the origins, drivers, and challenges surrounding NBASE-T. While this is a new technology, the work ...
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BGP, the protocol that "runs the Internet," is notoriously open to various kinds of attacks. Geoff Huston joins the history of networking to explain how we got ...
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Even though DNS seems obvious now, it took a good coder to sit down and write an initial implementation to get the protocol deployed in early networks. Paul ...
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We often seem to think that new ideas, like SD-WAN, "just come out of nowhere." In this recording of the history of networking, Mike Sullenberger joins us to ...
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