[e2e] source code release
Tze Sing Eugene Ng
eugeneng at cs.cmu.edu
Fri Feb 28 19:55:10 PST 2003
I wonder if you are aware of our work on AVES, which I believe is related
to your work. The AVES approach is to have intermediate waypoints to
handle the packet translations in order to connect IPv4, IPv6, and NAT
realm together in a transparent fashion without modifying end hosts.
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Zoltan Turanyi wrote:
> 4+4 Open Source Code Release:
> for the Linux implementation of 4+4 and tools. The source and i386
> binaries are part of the release.
> What is 4+4?
> 4+4 is an evolutionary approach to address space extension and IPng
> deployment. 4+4 starts as a NAT-extended architecture that provides a way
> back to unique, global, network layer host addresses - through its
> deployment end-to-end transparency is restored.
> There is no need to change routers. The transition process provides
> incentives. The final state of the network is a homogeneous and
> transparent Internet that uses 64-bit addresses and a packet format
> similar to tunneling.
> A paper on: "4+4: An Architecture for Evolving the Internet Address Space
> Back Toward Transparency" that describes the design, implementation, and
> experimental evaluation of 4+4 can be found at:
> 4+4 Team - ipv4+4 at comet.columbia.edu
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