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Thu May 7 00:28:43 UTC 2015
On Wed, May 6, 2015 at 6:41 PM, Matthew Kaufman <matthew at matthew.at> wrote:
> On 5/6/2015 3:56 PM, Randy Bush wrote:
> I don't think it is common, but I have a microwave network made up of a
> combination of license-free links and amateur radio band links (where no
> commercial traffic is permitted). For now the ham-band links are stubs, so
Are such Ham links actually of any real use, since encoded traffic
such as SSH/SSL
would be verboten, due to Part97 rules against transmitting any
in order to obscure the message?
Also, with general network traffic..
If someone wants to request a Google search. There is no way of a router
knowing if the requestor is sending the packet for a commercial purpose or
for a non-pecuniary allowed usage, until TCP gets some new packet fields...
You can be visiting somepizzaplace.example.com, And it's non-commercial
allowed use, if you're ordering a pizza for personal consumption, But
those same packets are prohibited pecuniary use, if sending those packets to
order a pizza to share with a business client.
> that's easy. But we're looking at using MPLS with link coloring so that as
Perhaps a browser plugin to add a 'Selection' dropdown for each Web Browser Tab
and have a RESTful API to send connection information from the client
to an Openflow controller for deciding which forwarding label to
push at ingress.
> Matthew Kaufman
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