On Tuesday November 5 2013, at 11:45am PST the Internet Society presented a briefing – IPv6 — What Does Success Look Like? at IETF 88 in Vancouver, Canada. The briefing took the form of a panel, moderated by Internet Society Chief Internet Technical Officer Leslie Daigle, comprising John Brzozowski, Comcast Cable; Erik Nordmark, Arista; and Chris Palmer, Microsoft. The purpose of this panel was to review recent progress in IPv6 deployment, and begin to address the question of what “good” looks like for IPv6. It was webcast live by Internet Society’s Deploy 360 team. Video is below. The action starts at 2:59.
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This coming week the 88th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is taking place in Vancouver, Canada. As in the past, the Internet Society has published our “Rough Guide to IETF 88“. This document reflects our interests and what we see as the important topics related to the technology priorities we have as an organization. There is some further commentary from ISOC Chief Internet Technology Officer Leslie Daigle at ‘A Close Encounter of the Standards Kind‘. As always there are plenty of opportunities for remote participation that will allow you to listen to what is going on and to provide comments.
What: IETF 88
Where: Vancouver, Canada
When: Nov 3-8, 2013
Remote participation: http://www.ietf.org/meeting/88/remote-participation.html
IETF 87 in Berlin, Germany, wrapped up on August 2, 2013. It was the biggest IETF ever and generally considered a big success. IETF Chair Jari Arkko recently published his summary of IETF 87 on the IETF Blog highlighting what he felt were some of the more important aspects. Dan York of the Ineternet Society’s Deploy360team interviewed Jari on his thoughts about the meeting. Video is below. It has English subtitles.
Today, Tuesday July 30 2013 the Internet Society will present a briefing panel at IETF 87 in Berlin, topic: “Improving Internet Experience: All together, now.” As Internet use and user expectations grow, it is natural that network and service providers, as well as software developers, are all looking to provide the best experience possible for their users and customers. However, performance issues (especially those related to transient congestion) tend to have collateral effects. This is a case where local optimization strategies may, in fact, not lead to globally optimal network performance for a given activity. In fact, server or client software developers’ assumptions about network conditions may lead to disastrously wrong choices in managing network traffic if software elsewhere in the network is making different and countervailing assumptions and choices.This panel will explore some of the different approaches being developed, between website, network transport and server developers, their assumptions about network performance and potential collision of strategies. Panelists will also further elaborate existing work in measuring and developing (and deploying!) standards-based transport layer strategies for robustly improving overall performance. Speakers include Stuart Cheshire of Apple, Jason Livingood of Comcast, and Patrick McManus of Mozilla. Internet Society Chief Internet Technology Officer Leslie Daigle will moderate. The session will be webcast live via the Internet Society livestream channel and an audio feed will also be available.
What: Internet Society Briefing Panel @ IETF 87 – “Improving Internet Experience: All together, now.”
Where: InterContinental Hotel, Berlin, Germany
When: Tuesday, 30 July 2013 11:45 am-12:45 pm CEST | 0945-1045 UTC | 0545-0645 EDT
Audio stream: http://www.verilan.com/isoc.m3u
This coming week the 87th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is taking place in Berlin, Germany. As in the past, the Internet Society has published our “Rough Guide to IETF 87“. This document reflects our interests and what we see as the important topics related to the technology priorities we have an an organization. Our Deploy360 team will be participating in the working groups related to IPv6, DNSSEC, and routing resiliency and security. There are plenty of opportunities for remote participation that you will allow you to listen to what is going on and to provide comments.
What: IETF 87
Where: Berlin, Germany
When: July 28-August 2, 2013
Remote participation: http://www.ietf.org/meeting/87/remote-participation.html
The 86th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is underway March 10 – 15, 2013, in Orlando, Florida. As usual the Internet Society has published a Rough Guide to topics of particular interest to members. At this IETF meeting, we are focusing our attention to the following broad categories:
Trust technologies; Authentication/Authorization; Infrastructure/Support; IPv6; Bandwidth. Notable sessions include the FCC’s Chief technolgist addressing the demise of POTS, an ISOC session on content (see separate post), and an IAB post-WCIT discussion.
What: IETF 86
Where: Orlando, Florida
When: March 10 – 15, 2013
Remote Participation: http://www.ietf.org/meeting/86/remote-participation.html
Twitter: #IETF #IETF86
An article Moving Toward a Censorship-free Internet by Dr. Johan Pouwelse in the October 2012 IETF Journal follows up on a meeting at IETF84 in Vancouver that discussed various technical solutions to government Internet censorship of the kind seen in the Arab Spring.
- Bluetooth Transfer – offline peer-to-peer.
- Musubi – distributed crypto-enabled smartphone IM app
- Delay-Tolerant Networking (DTN) – even via repeated bluetooth transfers..
- Twimight – Decentralized microblogging app for Android
- P2PSIP – peer-to-peer VOIP – an IETF standard, but with dubious security
- PPSP – peer-to-peer streaming protocol – serverless video streaming
What were the results of World IPv6 Launch on June 6, 2012? What measurements have we seen since that time? In this “ISOC @ IETF” briefing panel on July 31, 2012, at the IETF 84 meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, representatives of World IPv6 Launch participants gathered to share their information and data. The archived webex of the event can be seen below.
Moderator: Leslie Daigle, Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society
John Brzozowski, Comcast
Lorenzo Colitti, Google
Mat Ford, Internet Society
Lee Howard, Time Warner Cable
George Michaelson, APNIC
Erik Nygren, Akamai
IETF 84 in Vancouver is rapidly approaching (29 July – 3 August 2012). Newcomers’ training and technical tutorials take place on Sunday (29 July), with the working group (WG), Birds of a Feather (BoF), and plenary sessions happening during the week. Agenda is here. Remote participation details are here. The tools agenda does a great job of combining the two! Hashtag is IETF#84
Once again,the Internet Society is pleased to bring you a Rough Guide to the IETF 84 sessions most relevant to our current work.
At this IETF meeting, we are turning our attention to the following broad categories:
- Trust technologies
(All times are local, UTC -7 hours, EDT -3)