IPv4 Address Exhaustion Effects on the Earth
Christian de Larrinaga
cdel at firsthand.net
Sun Apr 3 14:59:30 CDT 2011
The audio I found at http://ietf80streaming.dnsalias.net/ietf80/ietf80-ch4-wed-am.mp3
On 3 Apr 2011, at 20:53, Jim Gettys wrote:
> On 04/01/2011 11:44 AM, George Bonser wrote:
>>> From: Joao C. Mendes Ogawa
>>> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 6:14 PM
>>> Subject: Fwd: IPv4 Address Exhaustion Effects on the Earth
>>> --Jonny Ogawa
>>> ----- Forwarded message from Stephen H. Inden -----
>> Dang, I was hoping to see an RFC on Bufferbloat in Avian Carriers and
>> how tail-drop is a messy solution that is to be avoided.
> Sigh... A major opportunity missed.
> Unfortunately the bufferbloat problem isn't a laughing matter, though I do wish I had thought of this idea in time for my talk. I will include this joke as some levity about the mess we're in as I repeat the talk going forward, and would tie in very nicely with one of the amusing reasons that "RED in a different light" has never been published. I really hate giving such bad news without some levity as it can be a real downer both for me and the audience.
> For those of you who missed my IETF talk, you can find the latest version (tweaked since IETF) at: http://mirrors.bufferbloat.net/Talks/PragueIETF/
> I suspect audio is some place on the net as well; I presented at the transport area meeting. The questions after my talk are also very worth listening to. Time was precious in that venue, so I did feel rushed and hope to get a better opportunity in a month or two for that. It's a shorter version of my first talk given at Murray Hill http://mirrors.bufferbloat.net/Talks/BellLabs01192011/ which does have additional information impossible to fit in that short a time slot.
> - Jim
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