Photonic firewall oriented routing and spectrum allocation strategy in optical networks
draft-li-rtgwg-photonic-firewall-rsa-00

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Authors Li Xin  , Lu Zhang  , Ying Tang  , Zicheng Shi  , Shanguo Huang 
Last updated 2020-12-25
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rtgwg                                                              X. Li 
Internet Draft                                                  L. Zhang 
Intended status: Informational                                   Y. Tang 
Expires: June 2021                                                  Z. Shi
                                                                S. Huang 
                                                                    BUPT 
                                                       December 23, 2020 
  
 
                                            
    Photonic firewall oriented routing and spectrum allocation strategy 
                                in optical networks 
                         draft-li-rtgwg-photonic-firewall-rsa-00.txt 

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Abstract 

   The photonic firewall oriented routing and spectrum allocation 
   strategy in elastic optical networks is proposed. For the security 
   detecting requirement, each light-path should pass through at least a 
   photonic firewall. To reduce the blocking rate and improve the 
   spectrum efficiency, the whole network is divided into several parts 
   according to the locations of all deployed photonic firewalls. A 
   photonic firewall is responsible for the security detecting for each 
   part. This strategy has a low complexity and is suitable for large-
   scale optical networks. 

Table of Contents 

    
   1. Introduction...................................................3 
   2. Conventions used in this document..............................4 
   3. Motivation.....................................................4 
   4. Photonic Firewall Oriented Routing and Spectrum Allocation 
   Strategy..........................................................4 
       4.1. Photonic Firewall.........................................4 
       4.2. Secure Connection Establishment Requirement...............6 
       4.3. Photonic Firewall oriented Routing and Spectrum Allocation 
       Strategy.......................................................6 
   5. Security Considerations........................................7 
   6. IANA Considerations............................................7 
   7. References.....................................................7 
       7.1. Normative References......................................7 
       7.2. Informative References....................................8 
  

 
 
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