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Architectural Considerations for the use of Endpoint Identifiers in Delay Tolerant Networking

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Author Wesley Eddy
Last updated 2006-05-26
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The architecture for Delay Tolerant Networking includes a type of address called an Endpoint Identifier. This document describes some of the remaining issues regarding Endpoint Indentifiers, and how they can be configured and used in bundle forwarding. These either imply directions for future work or highlight clarifications that should be made in the current architecture and protocol documents.


Wesley Eddy

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