#RFCsWeLove

#RFCsWeLove

  • RFCs we love is a semi-regular meetup for technical discussions around specifications and standards. It is inspired by the paperswelove community, but focuses on technical standards instead of research papers.

  • So far this is Bangalore and Kolkata, but we would like to do this everywhere, please reach out! 

June 2020

  • DC Routing by Russ White

  • How India Censors the Web by Gurshabad Grover

  • Decreasing Access Time to DNS Root Servers by Running One on Loopback (RFC 7706) by Swapneel Patnekar

May 2020

  • Discussion on the virtual IETF 107

  • History of AQM technologies by Fred Baker 

  • Minimizing suffering due to extra buffering: the PIE way by Mohit P. Tahiliani

  • Current state of DNS & Introduction to DoH by Swapneel Patnekar 

  • Web Payment APIs by Nemo

  • Feedback on organizing more virtual events

Feb 2020

  • Introduction, Highlights of Connections 2019 and IETF 106 by Dhruv Dhody

  • Micro-loop avoidance by Bharath 

  • On state of SZTP (Secure Zero Touch Provisioning) and enhancements by Katta Sambasiva Rao

  • Analytics model for Network Devices by Sri Ram Sankar & Harsha Lakshmikanth

  • Ongoing SR work in IETF by Ketan Talaulikar

June 2019

  • Routing Edition

  • Introductions by Dhruv

  • EVPN - Next generation VPN for Ethernet by Senthil Dhanraj

  • SRV6, SRV6 Plus, ISIS extensions for SRV6 Plus by Rajesh/Parag

  • Why Intent-based networking will change the way we manage networks by Daniel King

April 2019

  • Security Edition

  • DOTS (DDoS open threat signaling) by Tirumaleswar Reddy Konda

  • What's new with Wi-Fi Security aka WPA3 by Mohit Sethi

  • IKEv2 Optional SA&TS Payloads in Child Exchange by Sandeep Kampati

  • Automated TLS using Letsencrypt on a Kubernetes Cluster by Ashwin Murali

March 2019

  • With IICB, Kolkata

  • RFCs We Love - Introduction, Dhruv Dhody

  • TLS 1.3 - Paradigm shift in encryption technology, Abhijit Singha

  • Use Cases and Problems – IETF PCE WG, Dhruv Dhody

  • Network Programming using SRv6, Debjyoti Laha

  • Innovative models – Mapping with IETF, Vinayak Hegde

  • CoAP-No Response Option, Abhijan Bhattacharyya

  • Vote of Thanks, Sushanta Sinha

March 2019

  • Transport Edition

  • Welcome and Introduction by Dhruv

  • State of Multi-path Transports by Rahul

  • SNI encryption in TLS by Gurshabad

  • DNS over HTTPS ("DoH", RFC 8484) by Aniketh 

  • High performance networking with HTTP/2 and OkHttp by Siddharth

Jan 2019

  • SP & DC Edition

  • Welcome and Introduction

  • BGP routing in DC by Kannan

  • Multicast via BIER (Bit Index Explicit Replication) by Senthil

  • Traffic engineering in WAN Networks by Shraddha

Sept 2018

  • IoT & Security Edition

  • IoT and IETF by Rahul

  • DNS and TLS in IoT Environments by Balaji Rajendran

  • IoT security by Dr. A. Paventhan

  • Challenges in building IoT systems for cars and cycles by Vinayak

  • F-Interop by Adrash B U

  • Monitoring and application of In-situ OAM by Swetha Bandari & Srijith

  • Connections 2018 by Dhruv

May 2018

  • IoT Edition

  • State of compression in IoT by Rahul

  • Internet of Things Mesh Networks by Rabi Narayan Sahoo

  • IoT protocols in moving Vehicles by Vinayak

  • Update from IETF 101 by Dhruv

Oct 2017

  • RFC2104: HMAC: Keyed-Hashing for Message Authentication by Nemo

  • RFC7252: The Constrained Application Protocol (CoAP) by Anmol Sarma

Sept 2017

  • Introduction to IIESoc by Dhruv Dhody

  • RFC6455: The WebSocket Protocol by Vipul Mathur

  • RFC6202: Best Practices for the Use of Long Polling and Streaming in Bidirectional HTTP by Vipul Mathur

  • Updates from IETF 99 by Vinayak Hegde

  • Discussion on Connections - Pre-IETF Event by Dhruv Dhody

Early ones..

  • April 2017 - SFC 

  • Feb 2017 - HPACK, System Name

  • Jan 2017 - UTF8, TOTP 

India Internet Engineering Society (IIESoc)

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