About Since 1995, I have been doing design, implementation, and operational work on IP networks.
In 1995, I wrote an SNMP library in Perl, which is widely used as part of the MRTG and Cricket traffic-graphing tools, as well as in a multitude of custom network monitoring applications.
In 1997, I wrote a Netflow-based accounting system (in Common Lisp) for billing and traffic analysis, which has been in continuous operation at SWITCH since then.
My long-term professional goals are to do more research and some teaching. My long-term research project is the refinement, simulation, and deployment of an alternative internetworking model based on source routing.