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Lotus
21 February – 3 March 2022

Accepted Presentations

Keynote

Future technologies and the benefits for Bangladesh

  • Sharful Alam

The History and Development of the Internet in Bangladesh

  • S M Altaf Hossain

Conference

Using CCTLD data to study the impact of Local IXPs

  • Terry Sweetser

Routing in 2021

  • Geoff Huston

An Update on IPv6 Fragmentation

  • Geoff Huston

Introducing the Internet Society Internet Resilience Index (IRI)

  • Amreesh Phokeer

RPKI - 2021 a year in review

  • Dave Phelan

Improving RPKI RP Resiliency

  • Koen van Hove

IPSec History and Future

  • Shishio Tsuchiya

Message Digests for DNS Zones

  • Duane Wessels

Using CCTLD data to study the impact of Local IXPs

CCLTD data clearly showed some interesting trends and I will discuss those in more nuance detail, specially for operators and those wishing build capability and business in these regions.

Routing in 2021

The routing and addressing infrastructure can tell us a lot about the evolving nature of the Internet. This presentation looks at the changes that have occurred in the Internet's inter-domain routing system over 2021.

An Update on IPv6 Fragmentation

We look at the incidence of packet drop in IPv6 in fragmented packets, and in a new study we look at drop rates of various fragment size and compare drop rates of fragmented packets to atomic fragment IPv6 packets.

Introducing the Internet Society Internet Resilience Index (IRI)

The presentation is about the Internet Society Internet Resilience Index (IRI). The IRI is built around the four measurement pillars outlined above: Infrastructure, Performance, Security, and Market Readiness. Each of these four pillars represents core aspects of the Internet. Without them, the Internet wouldn't be able to operate. The pillars themselves are made up of a series of indicators that provide empirical information about the state of the Internet at a country level.

Improving RPKI RP Resiliency

The Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) was created to improve the security of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). With the advent of delegated RPKI, everyone can control part of the RPKI tree. We look into what a malicious actor can do when it controls part of the RPKI tree, and find that a malicious certificate authority (CA) or repository can disrupt all currently available Relying Party (RP) software. This means that all RP software would either crash or take unreasonably long (days, months) to process all data. We go over what we tested, what issues have been resolved, and which issues still remain to this day.

IPSec History and Future

IPSec is well-known VPN protocol. But there were some issue to deploy large scale networking. Today's IPSec interoperability has been improved by IKEv2 and Broadcom Jericho2c integrates IPSec and MacSec on line rate. The presentation explains IPSec problem in ten past year s and explain new IPSec world in future.

Message Digests for DNS Zones

Last year the IETF published RFC 8976, titled Message Digest for DNS Zones. It describes a protocol and new DNS record that provides a cryptographic message digest over DNS zone data. When used in combination with DNSSEC, it allows recipients to verify zone data for integrity and origin authenticity, providing assurance that received zone data matches published data, regardless of how it was transmitted and received.

This presentation provides an introduction to the zone digest protocol, its record format, parameters, and use cases. It also covers known implementations of the protocol and provides some benchmark measurements for zones of varying size. Lastly, it introduces the Root Zone Maintainer's plans to deploy the ZONEMD protocol in the root zone.

Peering Forum

The IXP Database's New Visual Experience

  • Leo Vegoda

The IXP Database's New Visual Experience

This presentation will introduce the next phase of the IXP Database. The IXP Database is presents an accurate and authoritative view of IXPs generated by automation that gathers structured data shared by IXPs in combination with other authoritative sources. It aims to be comprehensive, complete and timely.

This presentation will briefly describe what IXPs can share through the API and demonstrate the new interactive platform for filtering, visualising, and exporting the data.

The focus will be the live demonstration of the new platform rather than the slides.