Identifier-locator addressing for IPv6
draft-herbert-nvo3-ila-04

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Abstract

This specification describes identifier-locator addressing (ILA) for IPv6. Identifier-locator addressing differentiates between location and identity of a network node. Part of an address expresses the immutable identity of the node, and another part indicates the location of the node which can be dynamic. Identifier-locator addressing can be used to efficiently implement overlay networks for network virtualization as well as solutions for use cases in mobility.

Authors

Tom Herbert (tom@herbertland.com)
Petr Lapukhov (petr@fb.com)

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