[e2e] tunnels with only one end point specified.

Jon Crowcroft Jon.Crowcroft at cl.cam.ac.uk
Thu May 11 07:36:21 PDT 2006

so has anyone considered how you might design an ip tunnel
system with only having to specify ONE end point of the tunnel 
motivation: the
big problem with tunnels is that you have to nail TWO ends
which means you need a lot of prior agreement, and as we know,
distributred agreement is NP hard (neocon-politically hard)

so how about tunnels where the encapsulating header uses an ANY CAST
address for one end (either - nearest, or furthest)?

next: underhandover overloy networks -  technique that allies 
mobileip and ron:)


on closer examination, the object was nearer than when first observed.

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