The Next Big Thing: Named-Data Networking
bzs at world.std.com
Mon Sep 8 17:41:44 UTC 2014
Well, it's a good thing we have you around to keep us honest.
On September 8, 2014 at 07:37 mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp (Masataka Ohta) wrote:
> Barry Shein wrote:
> > Understand these were speaking notes and it was safe to assume the
> > audience basically understood DNS so it wasn't my intention to give an
> > exhaustive introduction to how DNS works.
> Surprisingly many people who basically understand DNS have the
> same misunderstanding as you, which is why some people believe
> in NDN.
> > There also seems to be some splitting of hairs over the meaning of
> > "site" in your response. That is, some sort of physical boundary vs an
> > authoritative boundary.
> Then, "site" based FQDN can not be used for scalable routing.
> > At any rate my proposal doesn't eliminate hierarchical addresses,
> See above.
> > One could use the FQDNs themselves as hierarchical
> > addresses at least as an external representation.
> You are trying to define something not usable for scalable
> routing a hierarchical address, which is as bad as your
> attempt to distort the definition of "site".
> Masataka Ohta
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