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On Friday, I presented at the Netnod meeting in Stockholm, Sweden - again about BGP error handling - this time presenting a bit of an update as to why this continues to be a problem for the Internet (and private BGP deployments) - and why this work is still really relevant. In addition, I tried to give an overview of what the solution space looks like. I'm not sure whether there's video, but as usual, the slides are linked below! As usual, I'm happy to take questions, comments or further queries on this work - please just let me know!
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