Dynamic Tunnel Configuration Protocol
draft-demizu-udlr-dtcp-00

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Authors Noritoshi Demizu  , Hidetaka Izumiyama 
Last updated 1997-12-04
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Abstract

As the Internet grows, the importance of Uni-Directional Links such as satellite links has been increasing. However, most of existing routing protocols assume that datalinks are bi-directional. To incorporate UDLs into the Internet, an IP tunneling approach has been proposed, where tunnels are set up as a virtual back-channel of a UDL to carry routing information between Feeders and Receivers. Dynamic Tunnel Configuration Protocol (DTCP) supports to setup tunnels dynamically between Feeders and Receivers in such environments.

Authors

Noritoshi Demizu (demizu@csl.sony.co.jp)
Hidetaka Izumiyama (izu@jsat.net)

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