IMPROVED CONTENT MANAGEMENT FOR INFORMATION CENTRIC NETWORKING

D Sai
2016 International Journal of Pharmacy & Technology   unpublished
Information centric networking (ICN) is a new community paradigm that emphasizes records and content material, and considers the content material call rather than the prevailing destination deal with as the routing criterion. Software-defined networking (SDN) can be a brilliant assist to the feasibility of ICN because it gives a network with flexibility and continuous control. In this paper, we present a technique for enhancing the efficiency of ICN content control using the SDN concept in a
more » ... SDN concept in a wireless mesh network (WMN) surroundings. Each mesh node of a WMN can utilize its memory and storage as a cache, and the cache server, which has a sufficient amount of area, is used for excessive-capacity content. SDN allows a network to guide diverse caching techniques, such as content identity, cache place decision, and cache distribution at the community layer. The proposed system is being evaluated through actual experiments, within the environment where the clients are locally converged. The proposed SDN primarily based content control schemes decrease the average response through 22.74% with simplest 4.59 kb traffic load in line with only in comparison to different in-network cache schemes.
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