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Multiaddressing http brandenburg com presentations multiaddr minne ppt

D. Crocker

[email protected]

(M. Bagnulo)

draft-crocker-mast-analysis

MultiAddressing<http://brandenburg.com/presentations/multiaddr-minne.ppt>

Preserving context across change

Simultaneous

Addresses

Changing

Addresses

Mobile

Multihomed

Renumbered

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Table of contents

2. Terminology

2.1. Recommended

2.2. Deprecated

3. Considerations

3.1. Mobility

3.2. Multihoming

3.3. Security

3.4. Implementation

3.5. Deployment and Use

3.6. Matters of State

3.7. Endpoint Identifiers

3.8. Signaling

3.9. Operation Through NATs

4. Proposals

4.1. IP Infrastructure

4.2. Transport-Level

4.3. Session-Level

4.4. Application-Level

4.5. IP Endpoint

Table of Contents

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Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Connection(IPeid1, Port l, IP eid2, Port r)

MIP4

MIP6

Portr

Portl

TCP

TCP

IPf

IP-EP

IP-EP

control

IPq

IPa

IP-TR

IP

Agent

EP= Endpoint

TR= Transit

IPa

IPq

IPf

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New layer

New Layer

Connection(IPeid1, Port l, IP eid2, Port r)

Initiator

Target

HIP

LIN6

MAST

Portr

Portl

TCP

TCP

Rendezvous

IPeid2

IPeid1

IP-EP

IP-EP

control

IPa

IPf

IPq

IPy

EP= Endpoint

TR= Transit

EID= Endpoint identifier

IP-TR

IP-TR

IP-TR

IPa

IPq

IPy

IPf

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Transport based

Transport-based

Connection(IP*, Port l, IP *, Port r)

SCTP

DCCP

TCP-MH

Initiator

Target

Portr

Portl

Rendezvous

TCP

TCP

control

IPy

IPa

IPq

IPf

EP= Endpoint

TR= Transit

EID= Endpoint identifier

IP

IP

IP

IPa

IPq

IPy

IPf

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Cross product of factors

Complexity

Number of components

Interactions

Adoption

Critical path until useful

Incentives

Performance

Bandwidth

Delay)

Administration

Registration

Maintenance

Operations

Configuration

Cross-Product of Factors

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