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DTNMA Application Resource Identifier (ARI)

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Authors Edward J. Birrane , Emery Annis , Brian Sipos
Last updated 2024-01-03
Replaced by draft-ietf-dtn-ari
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This document defines the structure, format, and features of the naming scheme for the objects defined in the Delay-Tolerant Networking Management Architecture (DTNMA) Application Management Model (AMM), in support of challenged network management solutions described in the DTNMA document. This document defines the DTNMA Application Resource Identifier (ARI), using a text-form based on the common Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and a binary-form based on Concise Binary Object Representation (CBOR). These meet the needs for a concise, typed, parameterized, and hierarchically organized set of managed data elements.


Edward J. Birrane
Emery Annis
Brian Sipos

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