Everyone deals with the struggles of public internet routing. You need to be able to feel like your internet is reliable, especially at work. No one wants to sit staring at their computer for a page to load an email to send. Even from the early days of the Internet, routers were shaped by technical constraints.
Even now, a modern router doesn't have any idea how long it actually takes a packet to reach its next hop, or whether it reaches it at all. Are neighbors congested? Maybe and maybe not. The router doesn't even know if it's congested itself. There has to be a better way...
This eBook will go over:
- The evolution of internet routing until today,
- explain why it's no longer sufficient,
- and propose a way to move forward.