IETF 111 Online

IETF 111 started Monday, 26 July and ran through Friday afternoon, 30 July. Sessions ran from 12:00-18:00 PDT (19:00-01:00 UTC) each day.

About the IETF

The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) is the leading Internet standards body. It develops open standards through open processes with one goal in mind: to make the Internet work better. A large open international community of network designers, operators, vendors, and researchers, the IETF focuses on the evolution of the Internet architecture and the smooth operation of the Internet.

While the work of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) happens year-round, the IETF holds in-person meetings three times a year in locations around the world. The seven-day meetings are full of activities best done face to face, including technical Working Group sessions, hackathons, an IETF Codesprint, newcomers’ training, and technical tutorials. This meeting was held virtually.

On Friday 30 July at 21:30 UTC, Mat Ford presented an overview of the Internet Society Pulse platform to the Internet Research Task Force Measurement and Analysis for Protocols Research Group. Read meeting agenda.

The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) and the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) complement the work of the IETF by, respectively, providing long-range technical direction for Internet development and promoting research important to the Internet’s evolution.

The Internet Society provides a corporate home for the administrative entity that supports the IETF, the IAB, and the IRTF, and supports the work of these groups through a variety of programs. [Learn more in RFC 8712.]

Date and Time

Monday 26 July 2021 –

Friday 30 July 2021