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Re: LISP/ILNP/RFC6296 - what do you want?
From: Randy Bush <randy () psg com>
Date: Sat, 20 Aug 2011 21:14:58 -0700
o Trust model (how much trust is put in whom so that connectivity works)
o How much state where
o Security implications (where are the weak links, vectors for attack)
o Traffic engineering (ingress and egress) features
o Session survivability on rerouting (manual and due to outages)
- complexity (define a metric [eek!] ...)
good luck with that one
- overhead (who, what, where, why..[closely tied with the "state"
- who benefits and who pays? endpoints? backbones ISPs in the DFZ?
SMB? Enterprises? Router companies? ... it's like Lenin said, you
look for the person who will benefit and...
i think of this as 'economic model.' what will change from the current
privacy has also been suggested as an issue.