ARP Extension for ILNPv4
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Internet Draft                                           RJ Atkinson
draft-irtf-rrg-ilnp-arp-01.txt                            Consultant
Expires:  26 OCT 2012                                      SN Bhatti
Category: Experimental                                 U. St Andrews
                                                      March 26, 2012

                        ARP Extension for ILNPv4
                     draft-irtf-rrg-ilnp-arp-01.txt

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   This document is not on the IETF standards-track and does not
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   This document is part of the ILNP document set, and has had
   extensive review within the IRTF Routing Research Group. ILNP is
   one of the recommendations made by the RG Chairs. Separately,
   various refereed research papers on ILNP have also been published
   during this decade. So the ideas contained herein have had much
   broader review than the IRTF Routing RG. The views in this
   document were considered controversial by the Routing RG, but the
   RG reached a consensus that the document still should be
   published. The Routing RG has had remarkably little consensus on
   anything, so virtually all Routing RG outputs are considered
   controversial.

Abstract

   This document defines an Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
   extension to support ILNP for IPv4 (ILNPv4). ILNP is is an
   experimental, evolutionary enhancement to IP. This document is a
   product of the IRTF Routing RG.

Table of Contents

     1. Introduction.............................
     2. ARP Extension for ILNPv4.................
     3. Security Considerations..................
     4. IANA Considerations......................
     5. References...............................

1. INTRODUCTION

   The Identifier Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) is an proposal for
   evolving the Internet Architecture. It differs from the current
   Internet Architecture primarily by deprecating the concept of an
   IP Address, and instead defining two new objects, each having

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   crisp syntax and semantics. The first new object is the Locator, a
   topology-dependent name for a subnetwork. The other new object is
   the Identifier, which provides a topology-independent name for a
   node.

1.1  ILNP Document Roadmap

   The ILNP Architecture document [ILNP-ARCH] is the best place to
   start reading about ILNP. ILNP has multiple instantiations.
   [ILNP-ENG] discusses engineering and implementation aspects common
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