The Next Big Thing: Named-Data Networking

me jschiel at flowtools.net
Fri Sep 5 14:47:23 UTC 2014


On 09/05/2014 08:40 AM, Paul Ferguson wrote:
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> On 9/5/2014 7:35 AM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
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>> "Interface" sure.
>>
>> But the dangers of replacing actual /addresses/ with things which
>> are not is sufficiently well understood that even Van Jacobson
>> ought to know about 'em, right? :-)
>>
> Compare & contrast: There is still large-scale resistance (for lack of
> a better term) to IPv6 deployment, so what chance does deployment of
> Named Data-Networking stand? :-)
>
> - - ferg
>

This idea needs more simmer time.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Named_data_networking

" Juno also introduces the concept of a delivery-centric interface, 
which extends the traditional content-centric interface to allow 
applications to stipulate multiple diverse delivery requirements that 
place certain constraints on how the content should be provided. For 
instance, these constraints can deal with such things as performance, 
resilience, security, monetary cost and anonymity."

Almost sounds like the perfect protocol to allow the combination 
Internet/content provider to keep all content coming from where they 
want the content to come from instead of the freedom to choose where the 
content comes from.

--John Schiel

>> On September 5, 2014 10:27:18 AM EDT, Paul Ferguson
>> <fergdawgster at mykolab.com> wrote:
>>
>> On 9/5/2014 7:16 AM, Jay Ashworth wrote:
>>
>> How many Youtube subject tags will fit in *your* routers' TCAM?
>>
>> http://tech.slashdot.org/story/14/09/04/2156232/ucla-cisco-more-launch-consortium-to-replace-tcpip
>>
>>   [ Can someone convince me this isn't the biggest troll in the
>> history of the internet? Cause it sounds like shoehorning DNS /and
>> Google/ into IP in place of, y'know, IP addresses. ]
>>
>>
>> I didn't read it that way exactly, especially in light of this not
>> in the Wikipedia article:
>>
>> "Application-layer designs have also been proposed for deploying a
>> content-centric interface. This has benefits such as easier
>> deployment, backwards compatibility and more flexible delivery
>> support."
>>
>> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Named_data_networking
>>
>> It's an interesting concept, but it ain't gonna replace TCP/IP,
>> DNS, or IP addresses anytime soon. :-)
>>
>> - ferg
>>
>>
>>
>> -- Sent from my Android phone with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my
>> brevity.
> - -- 
> Paul Ferguson
> VP Threat Intelligence, IID
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