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Nick Feamster, Lixin Gao, Jennifer Rexford ------ Hong Zhang 2007.1.4. Introduction Concurrent Architectures Better Than One How Cabo Works Related Work and Conclusion My problems and ideas. Motivation Basic Idea of Cabo Precedence and Circumstances.

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Introduction

  • Concurrent Architectures Better Than One
  • How Cabo Works
  • Related Work and Conclusion
  • My problems and ideas

Hong Zhang

slide3
Motivation

Basic Idea of Cabo

Precedence and Circumstances

Hong Zhang

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The Internet is relatively resistant to fundamental change: coordination

    • ISPs: under pressure to offer “value added” services
    • Researchers: under pressure to justify there work
  • “Focusing on incremental deployment may lead to solutions where each step along the path makes sense, but the end state is wrong.”

Hong Zhang

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Infrastructure Providers

    • Who deploy and maintain network equipment
  • Service Providers
    • Who deploy network protocols and offer end-to-end services
  • “Rather than simply serving as an evaluation platform for selecting a single ‘winning’ architecture, support for virtual networks itself should be the architecture.”

Hong Zhang

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Precedence: unbundling the value chain

    • Airline and Airport
    • Automobile
  • Consistent with new internet business model
    • Co-location Center and Carrier Hotel: locating the physical equipment of many different ISPs in the same building for lower cost
  • Some ISPs are already pushing the trend

Hong Zhang

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Cabo Architecture

The Benefits of Cabo

Hong Zhang

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Infrastructure Provider

  • Service Provider
  • Virtual node
    • a subset of the underlying node resources.
  • Virtual link
    • a path through the infrastructure network and includes a portion of the resources.
  • Virtual network
    • consists of virtual nodes and links that belong to the same service provider

Hong Zhang

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Better Network Services

    • End-to-end network services (?)
    • Customized Protocols
    • Co-location for expanded network presence
  • More robust management and operations
    • Testing and deploying new protocols
    • Protection against misconfiguration (?)
    • Accountability at every layer (?)

Hong Zhang

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Supporting Concurrent Networks

Instantiating Virtual Networks

Discovering Physical Infrastructure

Hong Zhang

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Virtual Routers

    • Developing technology now
    • Some router vendors claim that it can increase network reliability
  • Virtual Links
    • Look much like the tunnels that exist in today’s VPNs
  • Scheduling
    • Schedule access to physical resources, such as CPU, memory, disk, and link bandwidth
    • Have related works

Hong Zhang

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Interface and bootstrapping

    • The ISPs would be able to specify their requirements in terms of specific properties
    • Allow ISPs to load software on the virtual nodes once they have access to them
  • Signaling
    • Cabo could ultimately provide complete connectivity

Hong Zhang

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Accounting and admission control

    • Perform admission control on virtual networks
    • Like RSVP: A New Resource reSerVation Protocol
  • Virtual network embedding
    • Satisfy an ISP’s request for a physical mapping, making efficient use of available physical resources
    • NP-hard, but have some efficient ways

Hong Zhang

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Topology discovery

    • Physical nodes flood their identities with unique identifiers to a decision element
    • Neighboring nodes re-forward these identifiers
    • Every physical endpoint must be uniquely named
  • Notification of topology changes
    • If an interface fails, the incident physical node must notify each of the virtual nodes
    • Run a simple heartbeat protocol to detect physical link failure
    • A physical node failure is similar to the failure of all of the incident physical links

Hong Zhang

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Related work

Deployment of Cabo

Cabo-Thought

Hong Zhang

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Equinix and Internap

    • Only control the first ISP along the path
  • “Routing as a Service” and OverQos
    • Similar mechanisms may prove useful for constructing virtual links in Cabo
  • VPN
    • Some of the functionality required by Cabo is provided by today’s layer 3 VPNs
  • GENI and VINI
    • Focus on support for experiments
    • Hope to use VINI as an environment for evaluating a prototype of Cabo

Hong Zhang

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Support for virtualization in commercial routers can help enable many of Cabo’s functions

  • ISPs could begin to offer some of the services that Cabo enables

Hong Zhang

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Food for thought

    • Perhaps the right future network architecture is not an end state comprised of a collection of addressing, routing, and forwarding paradigms, but rather a platform that allows these functions to evolve as demands on communication networks change.
  • IP is general, network architecture itself should also be sufficiently general.

Hong Zhang

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About ISPs and end users

Locater, identifier and IP address

Gains form reading this paper

Hong Zhang

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Business and connection between ISPs

  • Internet is full duplex
  • How do users change ISP in Cabo?
    • Registering mechanism and some identifiers
    • Change address

Hong Zhang

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Common Problem in Cabo, NIRA, UOA, Shim6, Wireless Network:

    • Changing IP address while others layers may require it!
  • Decoupling locater and identifier from IP
  • Independence is very important!
    • Physical Layer, IP Layer, Transport Layer, Application Layer

Hong Zhang

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Logical

  • Diagram
  • Related work!!!

Hong Zhang