KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP) Specification
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draft-omar-krp-02                                         Khaled Omar
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                     KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP)
                             Specification
                           draft-omar-krp-02

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Abstract

   This document specifies KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP), sometimes referred to as
   Regional Routing Protocol (RRP).

Table of Contents

   1. Introduction..................................................1
   2. KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP).................................1
   3. KRP Forwarding Mechanism......................................2
   4. Security Considerations.......................................4
   5. Acknowledgments...............................................4
   6. Author Address................................................4
   7. IANA Considerations...........................................4
   8. References....................................................4
   9. Full Copyright Statement......................................4

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RFC              KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP)       September 24, 2017

1.  Introduction

    - KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP) is an Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP) that
      introduces a new way of routing IP packets from the source to the destination
      through different Autonomous Systems (ASs).
    - The Internet will be subdivided into logical regions or by the physical
      location of continents.
    - The routing process that KHALED Routing Protocol (KRP) uses is based on the
      KRP Region Number (RN), the KRP Autonomous System Number (ASN), Best Path Algorithm
      (AS Path) and the efforts made by the IGP within each AS.
    - The major difference between KRP and BGP is that KRP does not uses a large table
      with hundreds of thousands of entries (BGP Table) stored within each Internet router,
      instead of that, it uses a smarter way of routing based on the KRP RN, KRP ASN
      stored within each IP address, Best Path Algorithm (AS Path) and the efforts already
      being done by each IGP within an AS.

                         
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