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Internet Engineering Task Force - Making The Internet Work Better
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IETF Chair Alissa Cooper provides a preview of some new work and ongoing discussions planned for #IETF100 next month. Topics include software updates for IoT (#SUIT), data center routing (#DCROUTING), and DNS over HTTPS (#DOH). For a full report, see: https://www.ietf.org/blog/2017/10/new-work-at-ietf-100/

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The Interface to Network Security Functions (I2NSF) team at the IETF Hackathon in Prague worked on network security solutions. The team implemented several features and demonstrated their work based on IETF standards. Their upcoming work includes implementing YANG models that will be synchronized with that of the IETF SUPA (Simplified Usage Policy Abstraction) Working Group.

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Jake Holland describes how multicast, a feature available in routers but not usually active, can help address bandwidth requirements for the expected increase in video traffic on the Internet.

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It's a wrap! Thanks #IETF99 hosts @comcast @CZ_NIC & @NBCUniversal & all sponsors for supporting efforts to make the Internet work better

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