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MILCOM 2002. Proceedings
We describe an IP-layer anonymizing infrastructure, called ANON, which allows server addresses to be hidden from clients and vice versa. ANON uses a network resident set of IP-layer anonymizing forwarders that can forward IP packets with encryption and decryption applied to their source and destination addresses. Using ANON, a client can send and receive packets to and from application servers without knowing their IP addresses. We have designed and implemented a laboratory testbed for thisdoi:10.1109/milcom.2002.1180473 fatcat:wbeqcs5wfjbq5du3zhwszwrw4e