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[RRG] Ivip Fast Push ID & 8 page Conceptual Summary and Analysis
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- Subject: [RRG] Ivip Fast Push ID & 8 page Conceptual Summary and Analysis
- From: Robin Whittle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 02:00:47 +1100
- Organization: First Principles
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In accordance with:
I have written an 8 page Conceptual Summary and Analysis of Ivip:
and linked to it from the Proposal Summaries section of the wiki:
In 5.5 pages you can read a concise overview of Ivip's architecture
and major benefits.
As a first step to improving and breaking up the Ivip material into
multiple shorter IDs, there is a new ID with much more detailed
discussion of the Fast Push Mapping Distribution system than was in
It hasn't appeared on the IETF system - maybe I missed the deadline
and it won't appear there for weeks. You can get it here:
I plan to rewrite the ivip-arch ID to be a shorter architectural
overview - a more detailed version of Ivip-summary.pdf.
Over the next few months, I hope to develop IDs along the lines of
ivip-arch Best source of info on most of Ivip now.
Will be shorter later.
ivip-itr-qs ITRs and Query Servers.
ivip-etr-filter ETRs and outer header source address =
sending host's source address.
ivip-mobility Ivip's new kind of IPv4 and IPv6 mobility.
ivip-pmtud-frag To be based on the existing page:
but adopting Fred Templin's suggestion for
BCP guidance for hosts sending jumboframes.
ivip-deployment Business plans etc.
- Robin http://www.firstpr.com.au
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