Tag: NANOG

Proactive Network Configuration Validation with Batfish – NANOG (2015) Presentation

Batfish is an open-source network configuration analysis tool in active development produced jointly by researchers at University of California, Los Angeles; University of Southern California; and Microsoft Research. Though its individual modules have various applications, its primary purpose is to detect bugs in network configurations. Batfish takes as input a set of network configurations, and…

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Nanog76: IPv4 prisoner

20190610_Howard_Prisoner_Of_Ipv4_v1.pdf Video will be up in a week, I’m sure. Summary: ISPs are motivated to promote IPv6 to avoid CGN. Content providers are motivated to promote IPv6 because it’s faster, and faster means (they say) they increase user engagement/sales/ad views. So e-commerce sites should dual-stack and only sell IPv6 capable equipment. Maybe ISPs can test…

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