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DDoS attack mitigation tops agenda at BKNIX Peering Forum 2017

By Parkpoom Tripatana

Guest Post: More than 150 delegates attended the second BKNIX Peering Forum in Bangkok, Thailand.

DNS OARC 26: When too much DNS is barely enough

By Geoff Huston

DNS over TCP, cryptography QUIC, ANAME and HyperLogLog - Geoff discusses some of the highlights of DNS OARC 26 held in Madrid.

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Apply now for an APNIC 44 Fellowship

APNIC 44 fellowship applications are now open in three categories - Professional, Youth, and Returning. The deadline for applications is Friday, 7 July 2017 at 23:59 (UTC +10). Check your eligibility and apply now!

IPv6 as a metadata store

By Donatas Abraitis

Guest Post: The size of IPv6 addresses makes it possible to store metadata in the address to identify services, clients and locations.

Encouraging IPv6 and IoT investment in Viet Nam

By Mai Thu Thuy

Guest Post: Tax breaks for local businesses deploying IPv6 and investing in IoT technologies in Viet Nam were discussed at the recent IPv6 and IoT conference in Hanoi.

Taiwan Peering Forum set for August 2017 in Taipei

By William Lu

Guest Post: TPIX is pleased to announce the Taiwan Peering Forum (TPF 2017) will be held in August.

Investigating the status of reverse DNS

By Sofia Silva Berenguer

RIPE NCC recently organized a two-day DNS Measurements Hackathon to take a closer look at reverse DNS delegations.

DNSSEC, IPv6, quantum networking and more: RIPE 74 thoughts

By Geoff Huston

Geoff recaps some highlights from the technical presentations at RIPE 74.

Anycast latency: How many sites are enough?

By Jan Harm Kuipers

Guest Post: New research studies the relationship between latency and anycast deployment of four Root DNS servers (C, F, K and L) to determine how many anycast sites are required for good latency.