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CCNinfo: Discovering Content and Network Information in Content-Centric Networks

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Authors Hitoshi Asaeda , Xun Shao
Last updated 2018-06-30
Replaced by draft-irtf-icnrg-ccninfo
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This document describes a mechanism named "CCNinfo" that discovers information about the network topology and in-network cache in Content-Centric Networks (CCN). CCNinfo investigates: 1) the CCN routing path information per name prefix, device name, and function/ application, 2) the Round-Trip Time (RTT) between content forwarder and consumer, and 3) the states of in-network cache per name prefix. In addition, it discovers a gateway that supports different protocols such as CCN and Named-Data Networks (NDN).


Hitoshi Asaeda
Xun Shao

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