Node Potential Oriented Multi-NextHop Routing Protocol
draft-lanzhangwang-rtgwg-npmnrp-00

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Abstract

The Node Potential Oriented Multi-Nexthop Routing Protocol (NP-MNRP) bases on the idea of "hop-by-hop routing forwarding, multi-backup next hop" and combines with the phenomena that water flows from higher place to lower. NP-MNRP defines a metric named as node potential, which is based on hop count and the actual link bandwidth, and calculates multiple next-hops through the potential difference between the nodes.

Authors

Julong Lan (ndscljl@163.com)
Jianhui Zhang (ndsc155@163.com)
Bin Wang (ndscmt@163.com)
Wenfen Liu (wenfenliu@sina.com)
Y.J. Bu (buyoujun2009@hotmail.com)
Li Xin (cplalx@gmail.com)

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