October 4th, 2019 | 32 mins 5 secs
0-rtt, 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, amd, amd ryzen, anonymity, canary, chrome, chrome canary, chromebook, chromebook support, cloudflare, cloudflare dns, cookies, cryptography, curl, devops, dns, dns-over-https, doh, duckduckgo, encryption, firefox, forwarding, google, google dns, google search, guardmi, http/3, https, incognito, ip, iptables, jupiter broadcasting, lenovo, lenovo chromebook, linux academy, man-in-the-middle, memory encryption, mitm, mmproxy, mozilla, network protocol, networking, privacy, proxy, public-key cryptography, quad-9, quantum computers, quantum computing, quantum supremacy, quic, quiche, region shifting, rust, ryzen pro, ryzen pro 3000, search engines, security updates, shor's algorithm, spdy, ssl, startmail, startpage, sysadmin podcast, tcp, tcp/ip, techsnap, tls, udp, vpn, warp, web proxy, windows, wireguard, wireguard vpn
We peer into the future with a quick look at quantum supremacy, debate the latest DNS over HTTPS drama, and jump through the hoops of HTTP/3.
February 14th, 2019 | 40 mins 39 secs
bandwidth, bitorrent, bufferbloat, collectd, command line, firehol, fireqos, firewall, gre, home networking, iptables, latency, monitoring, mpls, munin, nagios, netdata, network discipline, networking, networking engineering, openvpn, prometheus, qdisc, qos, queing discipline, queues, rate limit, routing, sane defaults, tc, tcp, traffic control, traffic shaping, udp, vpn, wireguard, wondershaper
Join Jim and Wes as they battle bufferbloat, latency spikes, and network hogs with some of their favorite tools for traffic shaping, firewalling, and QoS.