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Engagement with Network Operator Community

The Internet Technologies group aims for making its research results available to network operators, hoping that this will help to improve the Internet a little bit. Below you find a selection of talks and blog posts.

We gratefully acknowledge all the support, such as RIPE RACI, that allows us to present our research to the network operator community.

Presentations

APRICOT 2022

Marcin Nawrocki, Conference, Transparent Forwarders: An Unnoticed Component of the Open DNS

NANOG 82

Pouyan Tehrani, Plenary, Security of Alerting Authorities in the WWW: Measuring Namespaces, DNSSEC, and Web PKI

RIPE 83

Clemens Mosig, Plenary, Revisiting Recommended BGP Route Flap Dampening Configurations

Salottino 2020@MIX

Marcin Nawrocki, Down the Black Hole: Dismantling Operational Practices of BGP Blackholing at IXPs

RIPE 80

Clemens Mosig, Plenary, Route Flap Damping in the Wild

RIPE 79

Marcin Nawrocki, Connect Working Group, Dismantling Operational Practices of BGP Blackholing at IXPs

RIPE 76

Andreas Reuter, Plenary, Measuring the Adoption of RPKI Route Origin Validation: Update

RIPE 74

Andreas Reuter, Plenary, Measuring Adoption of RPKI Route Validation and Filtering
Andreas Reuter, Open Source WG, RPKI MIRO & RTRLIB

Blog posts, reports, etc.

Should you update your Route Flap Damping parameters?

BGP Route Flap Damping (RFD) is recommended to suppress BGP churn. Default RFD configurations in routers have been shown to be harmful. Current configuration recommendations by the IETF and RIPE, however, are based on a study from 2010 which focused on IPv4 only. This article presents our recent measurement study which shows that the old parameter recommendations are valid for today's Internet in both IPv4 and IPv6.

Route Flap Damping in the Wild?!

BGP Route Flap Damping (RFD) and its use has been a controversial topic in the past. Recommendations have been revised multiple times over the past two decades and still differ from vendor default values. In this article we dive into how we measured Route Flap Damping in the real-world, uncover whi…

Networking Networking Women at IEEE LCN 2019

At the 44th IEEE Local Computer Networks (LCN 2019) Conference in Osnabrück, Germany, I organised a Networking Networking Women (N² Women) event. The meeting was held as a panel on the topic "Bridging the Gap Between Research and Engineering". The panelists were Soumaya Cherkaoui (Université de Sherbrooke, Canada), Anna Förster (University of Bremen, Germany), Katrin Reitsma (Motorola Solutions, Inc., United States), and Martine Lenders.

RIOT in Amsterdam

The RIOT Summit is the yearly get-together of the community around the RIOT operating system for the Internet of Things (IoT). It aims at bringing together RIOTers, beginners and experts, as well as people interested in the IoT in general. We also welcome decision makers who plan to deploy RIOT in the future. After two successful events, the RIOT Summit moved out of Berlin for the first time. With the kind assistance and sponsorship of the RIPE NCC we were able to host this year's event in Amsterdam in September 2018. As always, the event combined plenary talks, hands-on tutorials, break-out sessions for community discussions and demos spread over two days.