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The IETF SYN-ACK Newspack collects IETF-related items from a variety of news outlets and other online publications. They do not represent the views of the IETF and are not checked for factual accuracy.

 

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IETF IN THE NEWS

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Visual Representation Of The Evolution Of The Internet Truly Leaves You Speechless

... However, a 2010 exhibit of the original Opte viewable at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York and in an edition of Discover Magazine, used Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) as data points instead of traceroutes, in order to create a more accurate view of the internet. More recent maps even show BGP route leaks, which are incidents that involve “the propagation of routing announcement(s) beyond their intended scope” according to The IETF's definition, or more exactly, events where the data that was meant to go on a certain path was accidentally or maliciously redirected to other parts of the network.

< <https://techthelead.com/visual-representation-of-the-evolution-of-the-internet-truly-leaves-you-speechless/> https://techthelead.com/visual-representation-of-the-evolution-of-the-internet-truly-leaves-you-speechless/>

 

Wi-Fi gets a dose of QoS

... The Wi-Fi Alliance said the QoS management capability aligns with IETF recommendations for QoS mapping, as it introduces two new technologies: Differentiated Service Code Point (DSCP) mapping and Mirrored Stream Classification Service (MSCS).

< <https://www.lightreading.com/4g3gwifi/wi-fi-gets-dose-of-qos-/d/d-id/767600> https://www.lightreading.com/4g3gwifi/wi-fi-gets-dose-of-qos-/d/d-id/767600>

 

QoS at last? Wi-Fi Alliance claims it’s hatched a solution for Wi-Fi administrators

... Wi-Fi QoS Management builds on the widely adopted Wi-Fi Certified WMM (Wi-Fi MultiMedia) but introduces two new technologies to enable administrators to prioritise traffic flows by establishing a standards-based approach to QoS mirroring, and by aligning with IETF recommendations for QoS mapping between Internet Protocol (IP) and IEEE 802.11.

< <https://www.telecomtv.com/content/open-networking/qos-at-last-wi-fi-alliance-claims-it-s-hatched-a-solution-for-wi-fi-administrators-40913/> https://www.telecomtv.com/content/open-networking/qos-at-last-wi-fi-alliance-claims-it-s-hatched-a-solution-for-wi-fi-administrators-40913/>

 

Wi-Fi Alliance improves quality of service for real-time Wi-Fi applications

... It introduces two new technologies designed to allow Wi-Fi devices, applications and network managers to prioritise traffic flows by establishing a standards-based approach to QoS mirroring, and by aligning with IETF recommendations for QoS mapping between internet protocol (IP) and IEEE 802.11.

< <https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252496776/Wi-Fi-Alliance-improves-quality-of-service-for-real-time-Wi-Fi-applications> https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252496776/Wi-Fi-Alliance-improves-quality-of-service-for-real-time-Wi-Fi-applications>

 

PlusOne Solutions API ensures a whole view of the network’s compliance and risk information

... The JSON standards are recommended by the IETF, and the RESTful resource uses standard request/response Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) headers.

< <https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2021/02/24/plusone-solutions-api/> https://www.helpnetsecurity.com/2021/02/24/plusone-solutions-api/>

 

Internationalized domain names: definition, challenges, and status

... Initially, the Internet only knew “A-Z”, “0-9” and the hyphen “-“. This group of characters is called the “American Standard Code for Information Interchange” (ASCII). A domain name with at least one non-ASCII character is an internationalized domain name (IDN) (IETF, RFC 5890, para. 2.3.2.3).

< <https://www.iptwins.com/en/2021/02/25/internationalized-domain-names-definition-challenges-and-inventory/> https://www.iptwins.com/en/2021/02/25/internationalized-domain-names-definition-challenges-and-inventory/>

< <https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=d89a074b-de74-42c6-8d3c-6605c2d9a24a> https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=d89a074b-de74-42c6-8d3c-6605c2d9a24a>

 

IoT Product Development Market Challenges and Opportunities 2021-2025

... Different IoT devices have different architecture, protocols and differ in the way they function. For these devices to co-exist in an environment and function efficiently, the IETF has come up with universal standards and protocols for cross-platform deployment.

< <https://iotbusinessnews.com/2021/02/24/78101-iot-product-development-market-challenges-and-opportunities-2021-2025/> https://iotbusinessnews.com/2021/02/24/78101-iot-product-development-market-challenges-and-opportunities-2021-2025/>

 

Internet, espacio de debate, información y formación [Internet, space for debate, information and training]

... De acuerdo con Jari Arkko integrante del IETF, el modelo de diseño de Internet es único y, no obstante que es una tecnología cuyo origen se ubica hace 50 años, ha tenido la capacidad de mejorar su desempeño y desarrollarse estratégicamente para dar un servicio a la humanidad tomando en cuenta los retos y oportunidades que se van presentando, derivados de los nuevos usos y las nuevas necesidades.

< <https://elsemanario.com/opinion/internet-espacio-de-debate-informacion-y-formacion-hilda-saray-gomez-gonzalez/> https://elsemanario.com/opinion/internet-espacio-de-debate-informacion-y-formacion-hilda-saray-gomez-gonzalez/>

 

DNSSEC w polskiej sieci [DNSSEC on the Polish network]

... DNSSEC to opracowane przez grupę IETF rozszerzenie do systemu DNS, które uwiarygadnia zapytania o adresy komputerów w internecie. Jego zastosowanie uniemożliwia dokonanie złośliwego przekierowania internauty do serwera innego niż ten, który chciał on odwiedzić, a w konsekwencji utrudnia wykradanie wrażliwych informacji, takich jak dane logowania, numer PESEL itp.

< <https://www.pcformat.pl/News-DNSSEC-w-polskiej-sieci,n,23731> https://www.pcformat.pl/News-DNSSEC-w-polskiej-sieci,n,23731>

 

Tylko 20% polskich domen ma zabezpieczenie DNSSEC [Only 20% of Polish domains have DNSSEC]

... DNSSEC to rozszerzenie systemu DNS, które zostało opracowane przez grupę IETF. Ma ono za zadaniem zapobiegać możliwości fałszowania informacji przekazywanych przez system DNS. Mechanizm został wprowadzony już przez operatorów domen globalnych, rejestr domen europejskich oraz polskiego operatora narodowego NASK, więc może być wykorzystywany przez polskie firmy hostingowe. Serwis top100.webhostingtalk.pl postanowił sprawdzić, na jakim etapie jest wdrażanie usługi.

< <https://www.telepolis.pl/tech/bezpieczenstwo/zabezpieczenie-dnssec-polskie-firmy-hostingowe-raport> https://www.telepolis.pl/tech/bezpieczenstwo/zabezpieczenie-dnssec-polskie-firmy-hostingowe-raport>

 

Interview mit Alkira zur neuen Ära des Cloud-Networking [Interview with Alkira on the new era of cloud networking]

... Julian Patterson: Wir stellen uns die Cloud gerne als eine einzige, amorphe Masse von Energie vor, aber wie Sie schon sagten, gibt es nicht eine Cloud, sondern viele, und das schafft noch eine weitere Ebene der Komplexität. Amir Khan: Ja, und wenn man in mehrere Clouds geht, wird es exponentiell kompliziert. Als das Internet entstand, gab es keine Standards und es gab viele verschiedene Protokoll-Suiten, nicht nur die Internet-Protokoll-Suite. Im Laufe der Zeit haben wir Dinge standardisiert und die IETF war ein wichtiger Akteur bei der Standardisierung von Protokollen, so dass die Geräte aller Hersteller miteinander zu sprechen begannen.

< <https://netzpalaver.de/2021/02/27/interview-mit-alkira-zur-neuen-aera-des-cloud-networking/> https://netzpalaver.de/2021/02/27/interview-mit-alkira-zur-neuen-aera-des-cloud-networking/>

 

¿Cómo puede ayudar la tecnología a la nueva realidad del teletrabajo? [How can technology help the new reality of telework?]

... El 26 de enero de 2021 acaba de ser aprobado como un estándar oficial por el consorcio W3C y el grupo de trabajo IETF, el protocolo WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) que permite casos de uso en los que es posible el tráfico de voz y video con calidad, desde un navegador. Es una gran noticia que veníamos siguiendo desde mdtel y que, con la confirmación del estándar, acabamos de incorporar definitivamente a nuestros productos de Comunicaciones Unificadas y Contact Center, desarrollados y registrados por nuestra Software Factory.

< <https://www.interempresas.net/TIC/Articulos/326527-Como-puede-ayudar-la-tecnologia-a-la-nueva-realidad-del-teletrabajo.html> https://www.interempresas.net/TIC/Articulos/326527-Como-puede-ayudar-la-tecnologia-a-la-nueva-realidad-del-teletrabajo.html>

 

Magic Leap actualiza su SDK y su sistema operativo Lumin con nuevas funciones empresariales y de comunicación [Magic Leap updates its SDK and Lumin OS with new communication and business features]

... Lumin OS 0.98.20 se centra en ofrecer funciones para desarrolladores empresariales, y en el núcleo de esta versión se encuentra el soporte nativo para WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications), el estándar oficial recomendado por el consorcio World Wide Web (W3C) y el Grupo de Trabajo de Ingeniería de Internet (IETF). Esto se traduce en una mejora de la comunicación en escenarios de asistencia remota, para lo cual también se ha actualizado el navegador Helio, siendo ahora compatible con más aplicaciones de audio y video.

< <https://www.realovirtual.com/noticias/9435/magic-leap-actualiza-su-sdk-su-sistema-operativo-lumin-nuevas-funciones-empresariales-comunicacion> https://www.realovirtual.com/noticias/9435/magic-leap-actualiza-su-sdk-su-sistema-operativo-lumin-nuevas-funciones-empresariales-comunicacion>

 

下一代网际网路传输协定将不再用TCP协定HTTP/3名称确定了 [The next generation Internet transmission protocol will no longer use the TCP protocol HTTP/3 name to determine ]

标準组织网际网路工程任务组(IETF)近日商讨下一代HTTP底层协定,可望将改用以UDP协定发展出的QUIC技术,并不再使用沿用多年的TCP协定,同时新一代HTTP将命名为HTTP/3。

< <http://cmen.cc/shdt/202102/10715.html> http://cmen.cc/shdt/202102/10715.html>

 

什么是车载以太网?车载以太网前景如何? [What is In-Car Ethernet? What is the future of in-vehicle Ethernet?]

... TCP/IP是实现Internet连接和应用程序的协议套件,从一开始就在以太网上使用,带来了诸如电子邮件、万维网访问、文件传输、即时消息传递等基本功能。音频-视频桥接(AVB)是另一套通信标准,设计用于在以太网上运行,将网络转换为适合于高质量信息娱乐系统的音频和视频流的实时系统。除了TCP/IP、AVB和其他通信套件提供给以太网的成千上万个应用程序之外,还有许多协议实现了支持功能,如地址解析、网络跟踪、时钟同步等。所有这些都是在IEEE和IETF等组织定义的标准中定义的。

< <https://www.ofweek.com/auto/2021-02/ART-70111-8420-30486338.html> https://www.ofweek.com/auto/2021-02/ART-70111-8420-30486338.html>

 

Cloud趋势周报第2期:MOMO购物网双11流量创新高一度大当机 [Cloud Trend Weekly Issue 2: MOMO shopping network double 11 traffic hits a new high, once a big crash ]

... 新一代网际网路传输协定将命名为HTTP/3,HTTP/QUIC取代TCP协定: 标準组织网际网路工程任务组(IETF)近日商讨下一代HTTP底层协定,可望将改用以UDP协定发展出的QUIC技术,不再使用沿用多年的TCP协定,同时新一代HTTP的名称确立为HTTP/3。现今传输控制协定TCP有安全、流量稳定、讲求封包的传输顺序等优点,但缺点是效率低、连接耗时。为了提升资料在IP网路上的传输,Google提出了使用UDP为底层实验性网路层协定,称为QUIC,UDP虽然较不安全、可能有掉封包或封包后发先至的问题,但较简单、传输效率更高,能大幅减低延迟性。虽Google有意将QUIC提交到IETF,以成为下一代网际网路规範,但IETF也提出了一个和Google QUIC分庭抗礼的QUIC。HTTP工作小组暨QUIC工作小组主席Mark Nottingham申明,HTTP/3并非HTTP/1.1或HTTP/2的后代,也不是QUIC上的HTTP/2协定,因为它是在QUIC协定上新开发出的HTTP。Litespeed的工程师宣布该公司和脸书已经完成HTTP/3实作的相容性测试。 (详全文)

< <http://zixun.cmen.cc/zixun/202102/10670.html> http://zixun.cmen.cc/zixun/202102/10670.html>

 

Fix ‘Err_quic_protocol_error’ Issue in Chrome Browser

This blog is about the Fix ‘Err_quic_protocol_error’ Issue in Chrome Browser. I will try my best so that you understand this guide very well. I hope you all like this blog Fix ‘Err_quic_protocol_error’ Issue in Chrome Browser. If your answer is yes then please do share.

< <https://www.bollyinside.com/articles/fix-err_quic_protocol_error-issue-in-chrome-browser/> https://www.bollyinside.com/articles/fix-err_quic_protocol_error-issue-in-chrome-browser/>

 

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SECURITY & PRIVACY

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Fears around bot traffic and bot-powered DDoS attacks persist

Thanks to the proliferation of the Internet of Things, the ability for bots to cause havoc at a global level has increased significantly.

< <https://www.information-age.com/bott-traffic-ddod-123479379/> https://www.information-age.com/bott-traffic-ddod-123479379/>

 

Do data protection laws really improve cybersecurity? Highlights from my conversation with Emily Taylor

Data protection and privacy laws must strike a difficult balance between individual privacy and cybersecurity. For example, what happens when a cyberattacker’s identity is masked in the name of privacy? How would existing laws in the European Union (EU), United Kingdom, and India address this dilemma? What can proponents of federal data protection or privacy legislation in the US learn from these countries?

< <https://www.aei.org/technology-and-innovation/do-data-protection-laws-really-improve-cybersecurity-highlights-from-my-conversation-with-emily-taylor/> https://www.aei.org/technology-and-innovation/do-data-protection-laws-really-improve-cybersecurity-highlights-from-my-conversation-with-emily-taylor/>

 

78% of Cybersecurity Professionals Expect an Increase in DNS Threats, Yet Have Reservations

A recent survey conducted by the Neustar International Security Council confirmed the heightened interests on domain name system (DNS) security. The survey reveals that over three-quarters of cybersecurity professionals anticipate increases in DNS attacks, especially with more people shopping online amid the pandemic. Yet, close to 30% have reservations about their ability to respond to these attacks.

< <https://www.circleid.com/posts/20210224-most-cybersecurity-professionals-expect-increase-in-dns-threats/> https://www.circleid.com/posts/20210224-most-cybersecurity-professionals-expect-increase-in-dns-threats/>

 

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INTERNET OF THINGS

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Treat Smart City Tech like Sewers, or Better: Cities should value IoT deployments as the infrastructure they are

Smart cities, like many things, took a beating in 2020. Alphabet, Google’s parent company, pulled its Sidewalk Labs subsidiary out of a smart-city project in Toronto. Cisco killed its plans to sell smart-city technology. And in many places, city budgets will be affected for years to come by the pandemic’s economic shock, making it more difficult to justify smart-city expenses.

< <https://spectrum.ieee.org/telecom/internet/treat-smart-city-tech-like-sewers-or-better> https://spectrum.ieee.org/telecom/internet/treat-smart-city-tech-like-sewers-or-better>

 

The Future of 5G—and the Risks that Come With It

5G is no longer just on the horizon—it is coming, and soon. In fact, the World Economic Forum recently found that businesses will be able to benefit from 5G technology as early as next year. Despite there being no clear standards set just yet, operators and network equipment manufacturers are racing to be first-to-market. Nearly all major telecom providers this year made announcements about their initiatives including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Telstra and Telefonica.

< <https://techspective.net/2019/02/10/the-future-of-5g-and-the-risks-that-come-with-it/> https://techspective.net/2019/02/10/the-future-of-5g-and-the-risks-that-come-with-it/>

 

nl: Increasing the transparency of the IoT with the SPIN PCAP reader

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming bigger every day. The promises are endless: the world supposedly will become safer and more efficient, amongst other things. However, there is a downside. Many IoT devices have security and privacy issues. Furthermore, it's often not very transparent to the user what an IoT device is doing in terms of network activity. SIDN Labs' SPIN project aims to give users greater insight into what their IoT devices are doing. In addition to increasing IoT transparency, SPIN enables users to exercise more control over their IoT devices and the data they share, for example by blocking their IoT devices from connecting to certain domains.

< <https://www.sidnlabs.nl/en/news-and-blogs/increasing-the-transparency-of-the-iot-with-the-spin-pcap-reader> https://www.sidnlabs.nl/en/news-and-blogs/increasing-the-transparency-of-the-iot-with-the-spin-pcap-reader>

 

If you have devices connected to the Internet, this book about legal pitfalls of the Internet of Things is for you

With Wi-Fi seemingly around most every corner; devices in our hands, bodies, cars and homes connected to the Internet; and questions about the reliability and security of this connectivity, it's inevitable the "Internet of Things" will be the subject of legal battles. A new book by University of Dayton law professor Thaddeus Hoffmeister will help anyone with legal questions and issues about connected devices.

< <https://udayton.edu/news/articles/2021/02/thaddeus_hoffmeister_book_internet_of_things_and_the_law.php> https://udayton.edu/news/articles/2021/02/thaddeus_hoffmeister_book_internet_of_things_and_the_law.php>

 

Farming for the future with the Internet of Things

It might well be handy for your fridge to tell you when you’re out of milk (or even order some more up), for the TV to be able to speak to the toaster and to be able to turn the heating up when you’re heading home from work.

< <https://www.scotsman.com/country-and-farming/farming-for-the-future-with-the-internet-of-things-3149594> https://www.scotsman.com/country-and-farming/farming-for-the-future-with-the-internet-of-things-3149594>

< <https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/technology/farming-for-the-future-with-the-internet-of-things/ar-BB1e5Pl0> https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/technology/farming-for-the-future-with-the-internet-of-things/ar-BB1e5Pl0>

 

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OTHERWISE NOTEWORTHY

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us: Consequences of Classifying Elements of the Internet as a Common Carrier

Introduction: As the internet’s role increases in our lives, so too have debates over the laws governing it, including those related to online content moderation. Recently some scholars, including law professor Richard Epstein, have begun to argue that various elements of the internet ecosystem have become so indispensable and powerful that they are essentially utilities and should be designated as “common carriers.” They argue that such an approach is needed to address concerns about the ability of some companies to prevent access to certain websites or services.

< <https://www.americanactionforum.org/insight/consequences-of-classifying-elements-of-the-internet-as-a-common-carrier/> https://www.americanactionforum.org/insight/consequences-of-classifying-elements-of-the-internet-as-a-common-carrier/>

 

Notes from NANOG 81 by Geoff Huston

As the pandemic continues, the network operational community continues to meet online. NANOG held its 81st meeting on February 8 and 9, and these are my notes from some of the presentations at that meeting.

< <https://www.potaroo.net/ispcol/2021-02/nanog81.html> https://www.potaroo.net/ispcol/2021-02/nanog81.html>

 

RFC 8980 on Report from the IAB Workshop on Design Expectations vs. Deployment Reality in Protocol Development

Abstract: The Design Expectations vs. Deployment Reality in Protocol Development Workshop was convened by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) in June 2019. This report summarizes the workshop’s significant points of discussion and identifies topics that may warrant further consideration.

< <https://www.iab.org/2021/02/22/rfc-8980-on-report-from-the-iab-workshop-on-design-expectations-vs-deployment-reality-in-protocol-development/> https://www.iab.org/2021/02/22/rfc-8980-on-report-from-the-iab-workshop-on-design-expectations-vs-deployment-reality-in-protocol-development/>

 

Nominations Open for Prestigious Internet Hall of Fame

The Internet Society today announced that nominations are now open for the next Internet Hall of Fame class of inductees. The nomination form can be found here, along with further information about the nomination process and guidelines. The nomination period will close April 23, 2021 and inductees will be announced at an awards ceremony to be held later this year.

< <https://www.internetsociety.org/news/press-releases/2021/nominations-open-for-prestigious-internet-hall-of-fame/> https://www.internetsociety.org/news/press-releases/2021/nominations-open-for-prestigious-internet-hall-of-fame/>

 

Unintended consequences of submarine cable deployment on Internet routing

The underlying physical infrastructure of the Internet includes a mesh of submarine cables, generally shared by network operators who purchase capacity from the cable owners.

< <https://blog.apnic.net/2021/02/22/unintended-consequences-of-submarine-cable-deployment-on-internet-routing/> https://blog.apnic.net/2021/02/22/unintended-consequences-of-submarine-cable-deployment-on-internet-routing/>

 

What are the Internet’s technical success factors?

APNIC, in collaboration with LACNIC (RIR for the Latin American and Caribbean region), are seeking proposals from external consultants to study the Internet’s Technical Success Factors.

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Notes from NANOG 81 by Geoff Huston

As the pandemic continues, the network operational community continues to meet online. NANOG held its 81st meeting on February 8 and 9, and these are my notes from some of the presentations at that meeting.

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