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IRON Applicability for Multiple Interface Nodes

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Author Fred Templin
Last updated 2012-07-07 (Latest revision 2012-01-04)
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The Internet Routing Overlay Network (IRON) is a new internetworking and routing architecture that addresses important issues including routing scaling, network renumbering, mobility management, mobile networks, multihoming, traffic engineering, NAT traversal and security. In this document, we focus on IRON's applicability for multiple interface (mif) nodes.


Fred Templin

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