[This article was originally posted by Andrew Yager on LinkedIn] The last week hasn’t been great for the global internet community from a routing security standpoint. From the news that Google’s traffic was accidentally routed through Russia (and Nigeria) to Telstra accidentally black-holing customer traffic yesterday morning, you could be forgiven for wondering how the internet functions at all. In a conversation with one of my colleagues on Wednesday, not … Continue reading Internet Route Security: a long way to go
After having the HFC pin pulled in December last year, nbn announced yesterday that they are resuming HFC sales on 27th April. Continue reading It’s BACK! NBN HFC set to resume sales this month!
April Fools day is normally filled with internet pranks, creative advertising and implausible stories. And so, when we saw that CloudFlare and APNIC had put together some marketing on a new DNS service, we thought it must be just another April Fools prank. It’s anything but. What is DNS? DNS is the way the internet finds things using “domain names”. It translates human readable addresses (like … Continue reading Sick and tired of the internet being slow? 220.127.116.11 makes it faster