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Segment Routing: Jeff Tantsura

Segment Routing: Jeff Tantsura

Mirjam Kühne

Segment routing, according to many routing geeks, is what MPLS should have been in the first place. In this recording, Jeff Tantsura discusses the original use cases and design logic behind SR.

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Routing Software - P4: Nick McKeown

Routing Software - P4: Nick McKeown

Mirjam Kühne

Nick McKeown developed the open source P4 language for describing how a switching engine processes packets, allowing engineers to specify and implement customized forwarding to support policy and new protocols in the field.

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Routing Software - Early PDP11 and Commercialisation: Bill Yeager

Routing Software - Early PDP11 and Commercialisation: Bill Yeager

Mirjam Kühne

Bill Yeager developed the routing code for the PDP11 which ultimately formed the basis for Cisco IOS.

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Routing Software - Linux Routing: J.R. Rivers

Routing Software - Linux Routing: J.R. Rivers

Mirjam Kühne

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 history of routing in Linux. ---- DRAFT ---

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Regional Perspectives - An Asian Perspective: Kilnom Chon

Regional Perspectives - An Asian Perspective: Kilnom Chon

Mirjam Kühne

Dr. Chon is a professor in South Korea who first encountered IP networking while working in the United States. He carried these technologies back to South Korea, starting the first experiments with this new form of networking, developing native versions of the IP and routing stacks on PDP11's.

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Regional Perspectives - A Latin American Perspective: Christian O’Flaherty

Regional Perspectives - A Latin American Perspective: Christian O’Flaherty

Mirjam Kühne

The growth of the Internet in Latin America is different than in North America, not least because of the many geographic and political realities in the region. Christian O’Flaherty traces these factors, and how they shaped the Internet in Latin America.

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QUIC: Jana Iyengar

QUIC: Jana Iyengar

Mirjam Kühne

QUIC is a new transport protocol designed with many of the same features as TCP, but running over UDP.

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Quality of Service and the DS Bit: Fred Baker

Quality of Service and the DS Bit: Fred Baker

Mirjam Kühne

Quality of service was not a part of the original design of IP, so figuring out how to include QoS in the IP format, and what including QoS would mean, were major steps in the creation of the Internet. Fred Baker played a crucial role in the early QoS work.

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Internet Surveillance: Fred Baker

Internet Surveillance: Fred Baker

Mirjam Kühne

Attempts to create a suite of protocols that made nation-state surveillance existed right from the very beginning of the Internet.

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 Network Management - SNMP: Craig Partridge

Network Management - SNMP: Craig Partridge

Mirjam Kühne

The Simple Network Management Protocol, or SNMP, was originally specified in RFC1067, and most recently in RFC1157. The original intent was to make "all IP and TCP implementations be network manageable"—an early form of providing a machine-readable interface so operators could "automate all the thi…

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