Address: 1225 Kincaid St. Eugene, OR 97403 Office: +1.541.346.1747 Mobile: +1.541.221.1843 Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.1-4-5.net/~dmm
Duties include design, engineering and operation of state-wide high speed ATM network. Projects include inter-domain routing, multicast routing, and class of service issues. Please see http://www.nero.net for additional detail.
Designed, implemented and operation of regional Internet exchange. Please see http://www.oregon-ix.net for additional details.
Duties include design, engineering and operation of regional IP network supporting the k-20 and business communities. Please see http://www.antc.uoregon.edu/LEN for additional detail.
Duties include management and engineering of campus backbone network, and design, engineering and installation of campus wide area connectivity.
Duties include management and engineering of campus backbone network, engineering and installation on in-building networks, and Unix consulting.
Designed and implemented various network layer software. Projects included TCP/IP and ISO protocol implementations, various device drivers, and language processors.
Unix network programming, local, campus, and wide area network consultant.
Taught courses on Internetworking and UNIX network programming. Involved in on-site Unix and inter-networking consulting.
General systems programming and administration of departmental machines and networks.
On the Complexity of Designed Systems (and its effect on technology deployment), Internet Technology Adoption and Transition Workshop, December 04 - 05, 2013, Cambridge, UK (companion position paper).
Macro Trends, SDN, and the Hidden Nature of Complexity, SDN & OpenFlow World Congress, 15-18 October 2013, Bad Homburg, Germany (video here).
Macro Trends, Complexity, and Software Defined Networking, AusNOG 2013, Sep 5-6, Sydney, Australia.
Macro Trends, Complexity, and Software Defined Networking (long version), INTEROP Tokyo Keynote, June 2013, Tokyo, Japan (Japanese page).
Macro Trends, Complexity, and Software Defined Networking, NANOG 58, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Complexity, Antifragility, and Integrated Theories, IRTF Network Complexity Working Group, IETF 83, Paris, France, March, 2012.
Some Musings on OpenFlow and SDN for Enterprise Networks, Open Networking Summit, October 17-19, 2011 (video here)
LISP Mobile Node, LISP Working Group, IETF 76, Hiroshima, Japan, November 8-13, 2009.
Its The End Of The World As We Know It (aka "The New Internet Architecture"), NANOG 45, January 25-28, 2009, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
LISP -- What is it, and how much is real?, AusNOG 02 Keynote, August, 2008
Workshop on the Economics of IP Addresses, Cisco Research Symposium, March, 2008
LISP Overview, Winter 2008 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs Workshop, January, 2008
Routeviews Update, Winter 2008 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs Workshop, January, 2008
LISP: A Level of Indirection for Routing, RIPE 55, October, 2007
Perfect Storms, Internet Economics, and the Future of the Internet, NANOG 41, October, 2007
LISP-CONS: A Mapping Database Service, NANOG 41, October, 2007
Perfect Storms, Internet Economics, and the Future of the Internet, Keynote Address, Apricot 2007, Bali, Indonesia
Complexity and Service Provider Networks in the 21st Century, SANOG V, 06 Feb - 13 Feb, 2005, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The IP Multimedia Subsystem (and what it might mean to you) , NANOG 33, 30 Jan - 01 Feb 2005. Las Vegas, NV.
Designing for Complexity: A Few New Concepts And Their Application To Your Networks , NANOG 33, 30 Jan - 01 Feb 2005. Las Vegas, NV.
Route-Views Update, ISMA Data Catalog Workshop, 03 Jun, 2004
Some thoughts on CoS and Backbone Networks, IEPREP Working Group, IETF 55, 18 Nov 2002.
Services, Complexity, and the Internet: What Direction? NANOG 26, 27 Oct - 29 Oct 2002. Please see http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0210/index.html.
What Happened to the Dinosaurs? (One Person's View of the IP Carrier Space). IEPG, Jul 2002. Please see http://www.potaroo.net/iepg/july2002.
Meyer RFC Overview, http://www.arkko.com/tools/allstats/davidmeyer.html.
Haleplidis, E. et. al., SDN Layers and Architecture Terminology, draft-haleplidis-sdnrg-layer-terminology-03.txt.
Meyer, David, On the Complexity of Designed Systems (and its effect on protocol deployment), IAB Workshop on Internet Technology Adoption and Transition (ITAT), Cambridge, UK, December 4-6, 2013.
Barkai, S.B., et. al., LISP Based FlowMapping for Scaling NFV, draft-barkai-lisp-nfv-01.
Barkai, S., R. Katz, D. Farinacci, and D. Meyer, Software Defined Flow-Mapping for Scaling Virtualized Network Functions, SIGCOMM HotSDN 2013, Hong Kong, China.
Kumaki, K., P. Mohapatra and D. Meyer, A Virtualized Network Element Framework, draft-kumaki-vnef-00.txt.
Natal, A.R., et. al, LISP-MN: Mobile Networking through LISP, Proc. of Springer Wireless Personal Communications Journal, 2012.
Meyer, David, The LISP Protocol, The Internet Protocol Journal, Volume 11, No. 1, March, 2008.
Farinacci, D. et. al., The Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP), RFC 6830.
Farinacci, D. et. al, The Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) for Multicast Environments, RFC 6831.
Lewis, D. et. al., Interworking between Locator/ID Separation Protocol (LISP) and Non-LISP Sites, RFC 6832
Farinacci, D. and D. Meyer, The Locator/ID Separation Protocol Internet Groper (LIG), RFC 6835.
Fuller, V. et. al., The Locator/ID Separation Protocol Alternative Logical Topology (LISP+ALT), RFC 6836.
Meyer, D. et. al, LISP Mobile Node, draft-meyer-lisp-mn-07.txt.
Farinacci, D. et. al., LISP Canonical Address Format (LCAF), draft-ietf-lisp-lcaf-01.txt.
Meyer, D. and D. Lewis, Architectural Implications of Locator/ID Separation, draft-meyer-loc-id-implications-02.txt.
Baker, F. and D. Meyer, Internet Protocols for the Smart Grid, RFC 6272.
Malas, D. and D. Meyer, SPEERMINT Terminology, RFC 5486.
Meyer, David, An Overview of Current IETF Activity on Routing and Addressing Models for the Internet, Cisco IP NGN Thought Leadership Journal, Winter, 2008.
Meyer, D., Update on Routing and Addressing at IETF 69, IETF Journal, Volume 3 Issue 2 (October 2007).
Gill, V., et. al., The Generalized TTL Security Mechanism (GTSM), RFC 5082.
Levkowetz, H., et. al, Document Shepherding from Working Group Last Call to Publication, RFC 4858.
Meyer, D. et. al., Report from the IAB Workshop on Routing and Addressing, RFC 4984.
Meyer, D., and O. Kolkman, On the Formatting and Content of IETF Working Group Agendas and Minutes, ion-agenda-and-minutes.html.
McBride, M., J. Meylor, and D. Meyer, Multicast Source Discovery Protocol Deployment Scenarios, RFC 4611.
Savola, P., R. Lehtonen and D. Meyer, Protocol Independent Multicast - Sparse Mode (PIM-SM) Multicast Routing Security Issues and Enhancements, RFC 4609.
Meyer, D., R. Rockell, and G. Shepherd, Source-Specific Protocol Independent Multicast in 232/8, RFC 4608.
Meyer, D., BGP Communities for Data Collection, RFC 4384.
Meyer, D. and K. Patel, BGP-4 Protocol Analysis, RFC 4274.
Brungard, D. (editor), Requirements for Generalized MPLS (GMPLS) Routing for Automatically Switched Optical Network (ASON), RFC 4258.
Gill, V., J. Heasley and D. Meyer, The Generalized TTL Security Mechanism (GTSM), RFC 3682.
Meyer, D. and B. Fenner (Editors), Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP) , RFC 3618.
Bonica, R., K. Kompella, and D. Meyer, Tracing Requirements for Generic Tunnels, RFC 3609.
Bhattacharyya, S., et. al, An Overview of Source-Specific Multicast (SSM), RFC 3569.
Kim, D., D. Meyer, H. Kilmer, and D. Farinacci, Anycast Rendezvous Point (RP) mechanism using Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) and Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP), RFC 3446.
Bush, R. and D. Meyer, Some Internet Architectural Guidelines and Philosophy, RFC 3439.
Farinacci, D., D. Meyer, and Y. Rekhter, Intra-LIS IP multicast among routers over ATM , RFC 2337.
Meyer, D., Administratively Scoped IP Multicast , RFC 2365.
Alaettinoglu,C., T. Bates, E. Gerich, D. Karrenberg, D. Meyer, M. Terpstra, and C. Villamizar, Routing Policy Specification Language (RPSL) , RFC 2622.
Meyer, D., J. Schmitz, C. Orange, M. Prior, and C. Alaettinoglu, Using RPSL in Practice, RFC 2650.
Villamizar, C., C. Alaettinoglu, D. Meyer, and S. Murphy, Routing Policy System Security ,RFC 2725.
Villamizar, C., C. Alaettinoglu, R. Govindan, and D. Meyer, Routing Policy System Replication, RFC 2769.
Meyer, D. and P. Lothberg, GLOP Addressing in 233/8, RFC 2770.
Farinacci, D. T.Li, S. Hanks, D. Meyer, and P. Traina, Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE), RFC 2784.
Meyer, D., Extended Allocations in 233/8, RFC 3138.
Meyer, D. and J. Scudder, Request to Move RFC1745 to Historic Status, RFC 3166.
Meyer, D. and J. Scudder, Request to Move RFC1403 to Historic Status, RFC 3167.
Albanna, Z., K. Almeroth, D. Meyer, and M. Schipper, IANA Guidelines for IPv4 Multicast Address Allocation , BCP 51/RFC 3171.
Meyer, D. and P. Lothberg, GLOP Addressing in 233/8, BCP 53/RFC 3180 .
Meyer, D. The PROTO Adviser, draft-ietf-proto-proto-adviser-00.txt.
Meyer, D. (Editor), Operational Concerns and Considerations for Routing Protocol Design -- Risk, Interference, and Fit (RIFT) , draft-ietf-grow-rift-01.txt (expired).
Moving Towards ATM: LAN/WAN Evolution and Experimentation at the University of Oregon , Foldvik, Randolph, and David Meyer, 20th Annual Conference on Local Computer Networks:, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Oct. 1995
ATM Network Experimentation in the State of Oregon, Foldvik, Randolph, Meyer, David, and Doug Taylor, IEEE International Conference on Communications, Seattle, WA. June 1995.
Architected Failure Handling for AND-Parallel Logic Programs", David Meyer and John Conery, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Logic Programming, Jerusalem, Israel, 1990.
Collaborative Research: CI-ADDO-EN: Making Internet Routing Data Accessible To All, NSF 1305218, David Meyer, PI.
The Oregon RouteViews Project, NSF 03213769, David Meyer, PI.
Internet Routing Forensics -- A Framework for Understanding, Monitoring and Detecting Abnormal BGP Events. , NSF 0520326, David Meyer, Co-PI.
Building the Next-Generation Global Routing Monitoring System, NSF CNS-0551661, UCLA, Colorado State University, and the University of Oregon. David Meyer, PI.