Kernel patch for the udp_ping tool (displays information returned by routers for operations & management) github.com/lurmanJ/kernel_ipv6

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#ILNP (Identifier/Locator separation protocol, RFC 6740) on stage.

Linux code running, even on small machines (EdgeRouterX) Demo with mobility.

Plus some support from the #DNS resolver.

ilnp.cs.st-andrews.ac.uk/

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TAPS (abstraction of the transport layer for applications, so the application requests features, not a protocol) in Python, by @NerdResa

The new concept of "framers" is nice but apparently still a little rough.

github.com/fg-inet/python-asyn

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LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Networks like LORA) on stage github.com/openschc (SCHC is a header compression protocol pronounced Chic)

Cleaning of the code, OAM functions, writing a user documentation (hackathons are not only about code).

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IPwave (IP over Wave, for vehicles, so you can ping other cars on the road, depend on Road-Side Units to relay)

Not tested with real cars, only a simulator :-)

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"There is still an endless loop in the code but at least we now know where it is"

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Now, the COIN Research Group (not related to Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, COIN = Computing in the Network) with the P4 tool.

Still quite at the beginning, it seems.

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"The aguri tree is an implementation of the Patricia trie"

How to represent many (really many) IPv6 addresses in a data structure. (One of the applications is "anonymization" of IP addresses.)

"The team was just me so we agreed on everything"

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PBT (Postcard-Based Telemetry, reporting by every router on the path, for instance to find the location where packets are lost)

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Many various #DNS projects at the #IETF105 hackathon : zone transfers over TLS and/or DSO (stateful DNS), #DoH as FastCGI, and in #BIND (with the nghttp library), DNS support for #ILNP, #DNS64 prefix discovery in BIND, interoperability tests for cookies 🍪, temporary records in dynamic updates, and HTTP-SVC.

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#QUIC was one of the largest teams at the #IETF105 hackathon. QUIC is a transport protocol which can replace #TCP.

Lots of interoperavbility testing (19 implementations, most of them both client and server.)

On the table, it is funny that some implementations don't interoperate completely with themselves :-)

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And last but not least, remote report from the #Mauritius team, who worked entirely remotely on #TLS and other crypto security protocols such as SSH. #IETF105

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A lot of work at the #IETF goes into finding names for projects/protocols. Here, ICAN == Instant Congestion Assessment Network. #IETF105

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Back to the operators claiming that encrypted layer-4 protocols like #QUIC deprives them of data. The spin bit allows to see the RTT but not the packet loss. Proposal to add "loss bits". #IETF105

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Now, in the #HotRFC session (new and unshaved work), a proposal for an "Internet of rules". #IETF105

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@echolib Apparemment, c'était juste un DSL pour configurer des services.

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