TUBA as IPng: A White Paper

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Authors Mark Knopper  , Peter Ford 
Last updated 1994-04-18
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TUBA (TCP and UDP with Bigger Addresses) is a solution for IPng. TUBA has two components: a replacement for the IPv4 network layer protocol and a transition strategy. The TUBA transition strategy is fully documented in another 'Transition Plan for TUBA/CLNP,' draft-tuba-transition-00.txt, by D. Piscitello. The TUBA concept for IPng was originally presented in RFC 1347 in June, 1992.


Mark Knopper (mknopper@cisco.com)
Peter Ford (peterf@microsoft.com)

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