PacketPushers Special – Internets of Interest for mid-April 2012

  Once we started the Packet Pushers Podcast, it was clear from talking to our listeners that some people didn’t want to run a blog, or publish the occasional article that almost no one reads but they still had something to share, pass on or whatever. The following blogs posts are just some of those […]

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Bumper SDN/OpenFlow Roundup on Links for ONS 2012

  Internets of Interest is a conceit of mine where I collect useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internet and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them. With the Open Network Summit 2012 happening last week, there was an avalanche of hype from the mainstream press. I’ve attempted to pick something off […]

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Internets of Interest for 21st April 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 21st April 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: RFC 6307 – Encapsulation Methods for Transport of Fibre Channel Traffic over MPLS Networks – I’m speechless. FibreChannel over MPLS ( which runs over IP over Ethernet over […]

Internets of Interest for 13th April 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 13th April 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: When you share personal data with Facebook friends, you’re sharing your personal data with every app your friends use – raganwald’s posterous - Facebook prefers that you share your […]

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Internets of Interest for 3rd April 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 3rd April 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: RFC 6593 – Service Undiscovery Using Hide-and-Go-Seek for the Domain Pseudonym System (DPS) This memo describes a new experimental protocol for this purpose utilizing the Domain Pseudonym System […]

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Internets of Interest for 24th March 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 24th March 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: IETF Journal March 2012 | Internet Society – Always a good read – maybe not the whole thing, but a few articles are always worthwhile. Add this to […]

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Internets of Interest for 18th March 2012 – SPDY – ICWND Performance Special

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 18th March 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Performance Calendar » Introducing mod_spdy, a SPDY module for the Apache HTTP server – Not many people are using Apache these days because it’s too slow, but still […]

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Internets of Interest for 16th March 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 16th March 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Cisco Catalyst 2960 – Feature Matrix – Download this and keep it safe. The only thing I ‘ve seen that explains the differences between the different models of […]

Internets of Interest for 8th March 2012

  Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 8th March 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Health Checking On Load Balancers: More Art Than Science « The Data Center Overlords – Health checking is not considered by most people – and it’s worth taking […]

Internets of Interest for 29th February 2012

Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 29th February 2012 and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: From the Experts: Cloud Computing’s Hidden Export Regulation Risks – Article from law.com talking about the fact that using ‘blah blah cloud’ can be classed as an export under […]

Internets of Interest for 16th February

Collection of useful, relevant or just fun places on the Internets for 16th February and a bit commentary about what I’ve found interesting about them: Does FCoE require DCB Ethernet? – Brass Tacks – If you don’t understand this answer, you don’t want FCoE. You would be better off with a protocol that can reliably […]

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