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Bryan Ford, Jacob Strauss, Chris Lesniewski-Laas, Sean Rhea, Frans Kaashoek, Robert Morris http://www.pdos.lcs.mit.edu/uia Supported by NSF and Quanta Computer Inc. . UIA: Unmanaged Internet Architecture. Personal devices everywhere. Internally they are like real computers

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uia unmanaged internet architecture

Bryan Ford, Jacob Strauss, Chris Lesniewski-Laas, Sean Rhea, Frans Kaashoek, Robert Morris

http://www.pdos.lcs.mit.edu/uia

Supported by NSF and Quanta Computer Inc.

UIA:Unmanaged Internet Architecture
personal devices everywhere
Personal devices everywhere
  • Internally they are like real computers
  • They are increasingly networked
  • They store data that people want to share
problem many limitations on how devices connect and share
Problem: many limitations on how devices connect and share

USB sync

well-known public servers

Bluetooth

USB OTG

concept sharing via simple zero configuration global connectivity
Concept: sharing via simple, zero-configuration global connectivity

Alice & Bob meet locally,assign personal names

Bluetooth

USB OTG

“Alice”

“Bob”

“Alice”

“alice1234.dyndns.org”

Later: Alice & Bobconnect remotelyusing same names

“Alice”

“Bob”

goals
Goals
  • Simple: no management; as easy to use as plugging devices together via USB cable
  • Consistent: same names, user interfaces whether local or remote
  • Secure: all data & communication protected w/o user understanding keys, PKI, ...
  • Scalable: millions of users hooking their heterogeneous devices into social networks
status
Research Results:

Persistent personal names [OSDI '06]

Alpaca extensible security [CCS '07]

Structured streams [SIGCOMM '07]

Scalable routing[in progress]

Status

Prototype “works” on several OS's, devices

Linux, FreeBSD, Mac

Nokia N800

Xda Atom