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George Michaelson is currently APNIC's senior R&D scientist. Recently, he has been working on long-baseline IPv6 and DNS statistics using Internet-wide end-user measurement, services logging, audit and analysis, and design and implementation of the Internet Number Resource Certification framework. George is a member of the BCS, and a founder member of the Australian chapter of the Internet Society. He participates regularly in IETF standardisation meetings, and co-authors Request For Comment (RFC) documents, technical drafts, and conference and peer-review papers. George graduated from York University in 1982 with a BSc in Computer Science. His career in the United Kingdom and Australia has pursued research and development in computer science, networking, and systems administration.

Some Handy ROA Advice from Randy Bush

Simple yet crucial ways to ensure your ROAs are functioning as they should.

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Ping and Traceroute

What are ping and traceroute, really? They’re part of the control plane, and the data plane, kind of…

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Public Policy Demands Better Statistics

This is a story about science and data and how we need to apply rigour if we want to use data to inform and influence policy decisions. It is also a story about HTTPS.

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IETF 98 Chicago: Is there a Role for the RIRs in IPAM?

At the IETF 98 meeting in Chicago, there was a BoF session dedicated to IP address management tools and how they could possibly be standardised.

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IETF 98 Chicago: New Energy in the IPv6 Operations WG

The IPv6 Operations Working Group (v6ops) met here in Chicago. It was a packed room with lots of great energy and many constructive conversations about work in progress.

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Reducing the BGP Table Size - A Fairy Tale

The issue of the relative sizes of the IPv4 and IPv6 Internet in BGP came up during discussion at the APNIC/APRICOT meeting held in Auckland, New Zealand earlier this year.

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Behind the Curtain: Making IPv6 Work

Wouldn’t it be nice if turning on IPv6 really was ‘press one button and the rest is magic’ easy?

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Delta-V Gets Take-off Speed

The adoption of the RPKI system is growing rapidly. To make sure the system scales, we’ve developed a new protocol that should drastically improve fetch times for RPKI repositories. This article explains how.

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DNSSEC Meets End-of-life DLV: Turning off is Hard

The Domain Name Service Look-aside Validation Service (DLV) was an idea which was useful in the transition from a non-signed DNSSEC root to the current globally visible DNSSEC trust anchor. Now a significant number of people in the wider Internet may be running (particularly) Linux distributions th…

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Measuring IPv6 at the Network and the Customer Level

This article is looking at different measurements done at the network level and at the end user level and the results seen through these measurements.

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