September 10, 2014
Network Neutrality Is a Political, Not Technical, Problem
We’ve mentioned Network Neutrality several times before on the Knetwork Knowledge Blog, but I wanted to take another look at it since it’s...
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September 9, 2014
How Route Analytics Help Detect BGP Route Hijacking
  Previously, I have talked about BGP route hijacking as a security threat and various techniques being developed to secure it. In this blog entry, I...
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August 12, 2014
Thwarting BGP Route Hijacking with SDN as a Catalyst
Following up on my last post about the security vulnerabilities in BGP, the IETF has taken two efforts to fix them. Back in 1995, the Routing Policy S...
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August 6, 2014
BGP Security Vulnerabilities a Growing Concern
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), the protocol that connects different networks together, was not designed with security in mind. It is easy to take down...
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July 29, 2014
Geo-Political Instability = Network Instability
It was an incredible time to be in the tech business. Al Gore had kick-started the Internet, and the World Wide Web was just beginning to form –...
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July 1, 2014
Hot Potatoes and Network Neutrality
If you are reading this blog, you probably know what I mean by hot potatoes. The routing in the Internet is often referred to as hot potato routing. T...
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