Autonomous Extensible Internet with Network Address Translation(AEIP NAT)

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Network Working Group                                      Diao Yongping
Internet-Draft                                          Guangzhou, China
Intended status: -                                             Liao Ming
Expires: February 15, 2018                              Guangzhou, China
                                                             Diao Yuping
                                            Guangdong Commercial College
                                                         August 15, 2017
                    Autonomous Extensible Internet 
               with Network Address Translation(AEIP NAT)              
   The two key issues of today's Internet are autonomy and 
   extensibility. Autonomous Internet(AIP) technology can provide 
   extensible internet architecture, own independent root DNS servers
   and self management internet network; Furthermore, based on the 
   Autonomous Internet, here provides a way with extensible address 
   capacity to solve IP address deficiency and realize 
   Autonomous Extensible Internet(AEIP). It mainly adopts local 
   network address based on per Autonomous IP network and uses 
   bilateral dynamic NAT with global network address between 
   Autonomous IP networks to solve IP address deficient problem. 
   This AEIP with Network Address Translation(AEIP NAT) can realize
   autonomy and extensibility with minimal cost.     
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