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Submission of new Internet Draft to ICNRG

posted Feb 23, 2018, 2:50 AM by Paulo Mendes   [ updated Feb 23, 2018, 2:55 AM ]

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The European UMOBILE project is working on methods to extend NDN towards opportunistic wireless networks. In this context, COPELABS has been implementing an NFD extension, called NDN-OPP, which supports NDN multi-hop wireless communication: NDN-OPP V1.0 for Android does broadcast of Interest packets over a Wi-Fi direct network.

In order to reduce resource consumption in a NDN multi-hop wireless networks, COPELABS, SENCEPTION and ATHENA have created the DABBER routing protocol, which allows selective forwarding of Interest packets based on the local announcement of name prefixes + node awareness about the properties of neighbour nodes (centrality and availability). DABBER aims to operate on a point-to-point wireless network (e.g. Wi-Fi direct, DTN) as well as on a broadcast network (e.g. ah-hoc Wi-Fi).

DABBER was submitted to IETF, and will be presented in the ICNRG meeting in London (Mar 17th - Mar 23rd).

Further information on IETF Datatracker.