06441 Summary – Naming and Addressing for Next Generation Internetworks

Authors Thomas Henderson, Andrei Gurtov, Lars Eggert, Christian Dannewitz

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Thomas Henderson
Andrei Gurtov
Lars Eggert
Christian Dannewitz

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Thomas Henderson, Andrei Gurtov, Lars Eggert, and Christian Dannewitz. 06441 Summary – Naming and Addressing for Next Generation Internetworks. In Naming and Addressing for Next-Generation Internetworks. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 6441, pp. 1-5, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2007)


The design of naming and addressing for data networks is a fundamental architectural consideration, and several current or anticipated problems in the Internet – including mobility dynamics, forwarding table growth in the core routers, and security – point out possible limitations with naming and addressing schemes in use today. A seminar on the topic of naming and addressing for next generation internetworks was held at the Schloß Dagstuhl from October 29 to November 1, 2006. Researchers from different fields discussed their views and recent results pertaining to naming and addressing problems. Over twenty talks covered topics such as routing, naming components, APIs, mobility, delay-tolerant architectures, flat routing and deployment issues. This article briefly summarizes the seminar presentations and discussions.
  • Network architecture
  • scalability
  • mobility
  • heterogeneity
  • extensibility
  • naming
  • addressing


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