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> Based on the above, I tend to think that we will always
> have an identifier, the only question is how explicit/implicit
> it is, and whether the identifier is a new identifier or an
> existing one (such as FQDNs and IP addresses in NOID).
I guess that another question related to this is at which level the
I mean, if you consider a solution that apllies at the transport level, like
sctp or address agile TCP, you don't have a IP level identifier.
You will have a application level identifier, i guess which will probably be
one of the ip addresses.
> other differentiator is how good security you get for
> tying the protocol exchanges to the identifier, e.g.,
> cryptographic signatures vs. relying on DNS.