[Ndn-interest] Cisco CCN and NDN

Thompson, Jeff jefft0 at remap.UCLA.EDU
Mon Mar 20 10:23:35 PDT 2017

Hi David,

We just released a new “NDN Platform” in preparation for NDNcomm.

This includes the NFD forwarder. As mentioned, you can install this on a standalone machine (without needing the testbed) or you can set up multiple machines each with NFD and routes between them. There are example applications in multiple languages. For example if you want Python you can download PyNDN2. If you want to simulate more sophisticated network configurations, you can use ndnSIM or Mini-NDN.

Note that you can send interests to the NDN testbed and get response Data packets without needing to “join” it. But if you do get to the point where you want to register to receive Interests (and serve content), there are ways to do that.

- Jeff T

On 2017/3/19, 23:20:54, "Ndn-interest on behalf of David Cittadini" <ndn-interest-bounces at lists.cs.ucla.edu<mailto:ndn-interest-bounces at lists.cs.ucla.edu> on behalf of david.cittadini at icloud.com<mailto:david.cittadini at icloud.com>> wrote:

I have a few “beginner” questions:

1. How does the new Cisco CCN announcement affect the work being done on the NDN.

2. Is there a way for end-user application developers to simply test/try the NDN or does one have to setup a complete NDN system and formally join the “testbed”.  I am looking for a way to focus on the high-level application side without having to master/deploy the complete NDN infrastructure.

Thanks :)
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