[Ndn-interest] Routing protocol for Ad-hoc in NDN

David Oran daveoran at orandom.net
Thu Aug 3 06:51:08 PDT 2017

Why don’t people look at the state-of-the-art here:

Seems fairly straightfoward to adapt Trickle as an ICN ad hoc routing 

On 3 Aug 2017, at 4:48, Junxiao Shi wrote:

> Hi Yang
> We are trying to set up a primary wireless adhoc network of NDN on
>> Raspberry Pis. After setting adhoc mode in /etc/network/interfaces 
>> and
>> creating routes, it can successfully run simple examples provided by
>> ndn-cxx,but remanin some questions.
>> I want to know that in NDN, has anyone implemented any codes of 
>> routing
>> protocol for Ad-hoc ?
>> Arizona has done some work on this, see
>> "On Broadcast-based Self-Learning in Named Data Networking"
>> https://named-data.net/publications/on_broadcast-based_self-learning_ndn/
> I designed this self-learning scheme. I want to point out that the 
> design
> in this paper is for wired networks and every link must be 
> point-to-point.
> It does not readily support ad hoc wireless networks.
> However, I'd argue that self-learning is the way to go for small scale 
> ad
> hoc wireless networks. It has less overhead than running a routing
> protocol, especially if the traffic volume is low.
> Yours, Junxiao

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