[NetDev-People] 0x13: Moonshot Talk, End-to-end networking with ILNP

Jamal Hadi Salim jhs at mojatatu.com
Mon Feb 11 16:53:14 UTC 2019

The Identifier-Locator Network Protocol (ILNP) is
defined as an Experimental Internet Protocol by the
Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) in RFCs 6740-6748.
At the heart of the ILNP architecture is the desire
to address the deprecation of IP addresses. ILNP
replaces IP address semantics with use of node
Identifiers and network Locators using IPv6. No
application changes needed.

Current kernel implementation is on top of 4.19.
Ryo and Saleem plan to upgrade to a newer kernel
and push upstream. In this talk they will describe
the ILNP architecture, the kernel implementation of
ILNP and include results of testbed experiments for
IP-level mobility.

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