Is choice an illusion, or simply a burden on time and convenience that most aren’t willing to negotiate? Tom Hollingsworth and Russ White discuss on their dueling blog posts.
In this iteration of Gestalt Networking News:
– Monitoring Network Flows with Plixer
– The best of both worlds with Array Networks’ Flexible NFV
– A deep dive into Aruba’s new 8400 series switch
Plus Network Collective digs into networking history with Fred Baker!
Russ White of ‘net work comments: Throughout the last several months, I’ve been building a set of posts examining securing BGP as a sort of case study around protocol and/or system design. The point of this series of posts isn’t to find a way to secure BGP specifically, but rather to look at the kinds […]
Russ White writing of Packet Pushers comments: This bit of history should resolve one question network engineers ask all the time: why doesn’t the seven layer model match the TCP/IP suite of protocols? The simple answer is: TCP/IP was designed around a four layer model (the DoD model), rather than the world famous seven layer […]