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IPNL

Paul Francis Ramakrishna
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications - SIGCOMM '01  
A NAT-extended architecture is one where only hosts and NAT boxes are modified. IPv4 routers and support protocols remain untouched.  ...  This paper presents and analyzes IPNL (for IP Next Layer), a NATextended Internet protocol architecture designed to scalably solve the address depletion problem of IPv4.  ...  whether some extension of NAT wouldn't make for a genuinely suitable Internet architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/383059.383065 dblp:conf/sigcomm/Ramakrishna01 fatcat:vkknjtknezalbfdyfl67q4pgy4

IPNL

Paul Francis Ramakrishna
2001 Computer communication review  
A NAT-extended architecture is one where only hosts and NAT boxes are modified. IPv4 routers and support protocols remain untouched.  ...  This paper presents and analyzes IPNL (for IP Next Layer), a NATextended Internet protocol architecture designed to scalably solve the address depletion problem of IPv4.  ...  whether some extension of NAT wouldn't make for a genuinely suitable Internet architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/964723.383065 fatcat:ntiifyhdyna23dsdnifgfos7ru

4+4

Zoltán Turányi, András Valkó, Andrew T. Campbell
2003 Computer communication review  
We propose 4+4, a simple address extension architecture for Internet that provides an evolutionary approach to extending the existing IPv4 address space in comparison to more complex and disruptive approaches  ...  The 4+4 architecture leverages the existence of Network Address Translators (NATs) and private address realms, and importantly, enables the return to end-to-end address transparency as the incremental  ...  The ideas discussed above naturally point toward NAT-extended architectures. The recent IP Next Layer (IPNL) [27] proposal is an early example of a NAT-extended architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/963985.963990 fatcat:n5nvf5tdw5f2bpvnhwif3bzutm

A survey of identifier–locator split addressing architectures

Miika Komu, Mohit Sethi, Nicklas Beijar
2015 Computer Science Review  
Internet architecture Namespace Addressing models Mobility Multihoming Renumbering Internet transparency identifier-locator split A B S T R A C T The TCP/IP architecture of the Internet was originally  ...  Finally, we perform a qualitative analysis of the solutions discussed in the paper.  ...  This work was supported by TEKES as part of the Internet of Things program of DIGILE (Finnish Strategic Centre for Science, Technology and Innovation in the field of ICT and digital business).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cosrev.2015.04.002 fatcat:6lrmkigljvchxjnxb4l44mt6va

Dynamic names and private address maps

Christophe Jelger, Christian Tschudin
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 ACM CoNEXT conference on - CoNEXT '06  
Our architecture is based on the degenerated use of network address translation (NAT) where each node locally builds its "private address map", i.e. its own view of the addressing plan of the entire MANET  ...  A key aspect of our scheme is that routing is based on names rather than on addresses as the latter play a debatable role in ad hoc networks.  ...  To cite just a few, TRIAD [26] and IPNL [27] introduce network architectures that rely on FQDNs as host identifiers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1368436.1368442 dblp:conf/conext/JelgerT06 fatcat:vm7a57ppnvgnxkkenolhbisjga

TurfNet: An Architecture for Dynamically Composable Networks [chapter]

Stefan Schmid, Lars Eggert, Marcus Brunner, Jürgen Quittek
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper describes a new internetworking architecture, called TurfNet.  ...  Recent years have shown, however, that the Internet is evolving beyond what the current architecture can support.  ...  Acknowledgements This document is a byproduct of the Ambient Networks project, partially funded by the European Commission under its Sixth Framework Programme.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11520184_8 fatcat:e5vdar4ii5f3dhfeq4bpf42x7m

Plutarch

Jon Crowcroft, Steven Hand, Richard Mortier, Timothy Roscoe, Andrew Warfield
2003 Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Future directions in network architecture - FDNA '03  
In this paper we propose Plutarch, a new internetworking architecture.  ...  To handle this heterogeneity, we introduce the notions of context and interstitial function, and describe a supporting architecture.  ...  A technique similar to although simpler than IPNL is proposed in 4+4 [22] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/944759.944763 dblp:journals/ccr/CrowcroftHMRW03 fatcat:2dusayzmlzbc7kaqva6stpuruq

P6P: A Peer-to-Peer Approach to Internet Infrastructure [chapter]

Lidong Zhou, Robbert van Renesse
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
P6P is a new, incrementally deployable networking infrastructure that resolves the growing tensions between the Internet routing infrastructure and the end sites of the Internet.  ...  P6P is a potential killer-app for P2P protocols and could have profound implication for the future Internet; various existing P2P protocols can be retrofitted into P6P to provide features such as routing  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Piyoosh Jalan, Adrian Bozdog, and Michael A. Marsh made early contributions to this work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30183-7_8 fatcat:ymajjf5fgzdkrb5q3ja4xe2qd4

An end-middle-end approach to connection establishment

Saikat Guha, Paul Francis
2007 Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications - SIGCOMM '07  
This paper presents a novel architecture, protocol design, and implementation, for flow establishment in the Internet.  ...  NAT boxes.  ...  While neither TRIAD nor IPNL sought to solve the middlebox problem, one can imagine extending them to do so, for instance by extending their host names with user, application, and service names, and by  ... 
doi:10.1145/1282380.1282403 dblp:conf/sigcomm/GuhaF07 fatcat:64djzqjcvje5joc3b6qla57v5u

An end-middle-end approach to connection establishment

Saikat Guha, Paul Francis
2007 Computer communication review  
This paper presents a novel architecture, protocol design, and implementation, for flow establishment in the Internet.  ...  NAT boxes.  ...  While neither TRIAD nor IPNL sought to solve the middlebox problem, one can imagine extending them to do so, for instance by extending their host names with user, application, and service names, and by  ... 
doi:10.1145/1282427.1282403 fatcat:e4vypoxtafgufpql6hkaikuxey

A virtual network (ViNe) architecture for grid computing

M. Tsugawa, J.A.B. Fortes
2006 Proceedings 20th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium  
Also presented is an experimental evaluation of the round-trip latencies and bandwidths achieved by a reference implementation.  ...  Novel features of the ViNe architecture include: easy virtual networking administration; support for physical private networks and support for multiple independent virtual networks in the same infrastructure  ...  The authors would also like to thank A. Sundararaj and Dr. P. Dinda of Northwestern University and R. Kennell and Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdps.2006.1639380 dblp:conf/ipps/TsugawaF06 fatcat:uxc77whisnfrze5o4qjvdhudja

Names, addresses and identities in ambient networks

Bengt Ahlgren, Lars Eggert, Börje Ohlman, Jarno Rajahalme, Andreas Schieder
2005 Proceedings of the 1st ACM workshop on Dynamic interconnection of networks - DIN '05  
At the core of these advanced internetworking concepts is a flexible naming architecture based on dynamic indirections between names, addresses and identities.  ...  architectures.  ...  This paper is a product of the Ambient Networks project supported in part by the European Commission under its Sixth Framework Program.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1080776.1080788 dblp:conf/mobicom/AhlgrenEORS05 fatcat:cncwknj5zvgkvbvp72a2dh2wra

Securing Future Internet and 5G using Customer Edge Switching using DNSCrypt and DNSSEC

Slawomir Nowaczewski, Wojciech Mazurczyk
2020 Journal of Wireless Mobile Networks, Ubiquitous Computing, and Dependable Applications  
Finally, we extend the current CES implementation to fix this gap by adding DNSCrypt and DNSSEC functionalities.  ...  IP Next Layer (IPNL) [16] , for instance, is a NAT-extended architecture which uses domain names combined with public IP addresses to identify hosts.  ...  protocol layer Architecture Key tasks IPNL Francis and Gummadi (2001) Yes Globally routable IP addresses with domain names Yes NAT-extended Revealing private IP addresses I3 Stoica  ... 
doi:10.22667/jowua.2020.09.30.087 dblp:journals/jowua/NowaczewskiM20 fatcat:l3cbzisytjhutg6issa53oo5o4

Evolving the Internet Architecture Through Naming

Randall Atkinson, Saleem Bhatti, Stephen Hailes
2010 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Saleem Bhatti, University of Sao Paolo Guest Seminar Research Other related work on architecture  NIMROD  IP Next Layer (IPNL)  TurfNet  Internet Indirection Infrastructure (I 3 )  Others ...  ...  L } X 1 <srcA=Y L1 , dstA=Z R > <srcA=X 1 ,dstA=Z R > 2010-05-21 31 (C) Saleem Bhatti, University of Sao Paolo Guest Seminar NAT in ILNPv6  NAT is now a feature not a hack:  L is not  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2010.101009 fatcat:q4jvgeu2izahrg3rucghqtyjvm

A Node Identity Internetworking Architecture

Bengt Ahlgren, Jari Arkko, Lars Eggert, Jarno Rajahalme
2006 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM 2006. 25TH IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications  
The existing Internet architecture does not support dynamic behavior or secure communication to a sufficient degree.  ...  The coming years will add a significant level of dynamic behavior, such as mobile nodes and moving networks, which the Internet must support.  ...  This paper is a product of Ambient Networks, a research project partly supported by the European Commission under its Sixth Framework Program.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infocom.2006.51 dblp:conf/infocom/AhlgrenAER06 fatcat:7rk47qdbzfgnpcec5u6zny4c7m
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