[Ndn-interest] Cisco CCN and NDN

Philipp Moll philipp.moll at itec.aau.at
Tue Mar 21 23:55:24 PDT 2017

Hi David,

2. If you are interested in testing your applications on a local testbed 
you can also have a look on the "Low-cost NDN testbed" from my 
colleagues. ( http://icn.itec.aau.at/ndn-network/guide/ , 
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7565256/ )

Best regards,
Philipp Moll

On 22/03/17 00:14, Alex Afanasyev wrote:
>> On Mar 20, 2017, at 1:20 AM, David Cittadini 
>> <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.
> I don't see any impact, except a positive one.
>> 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.
> I would like to state my opinion here that doesn't directly answer 
> your question.  NDN's real "edge" is in infrastructure-less 
> environments, such as IoT, vehicular networking, disaster recovery 
> scenarios, etc.  Therefore, to really start with NDN you only need an 
> NDN stack on the node that can be added in a few simple ways:
> - if you are on Android, you can simply download NDN app that bundles, 
> runs, and enables seamless NDN over Wifi Direct 
> (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.named_data.nfd)
> - if you are on macOS, you can download NDN Control Center app for the 
> same (https://named-data.net/codebase/applications/ndn-control-center/)
> - if you are on Linux (Ubuntu), just install nfd and related packages 
> from our PPA 
> (http://named-data.net/doc/NFD/current/INSTALL.html#install-nfd-using-the-ndn-ppa-repository-on-ubuntu-linux)
> - if you are interested working with microcontrollers (constrained 
> memory and CPU), you can start with NDN-RIOT 
> (https://github.com/named-data-iot/ndn-riot)
> - if you're playing with Raspberry Pi-like devices, there is NDN-Pi 
> image (https://github.com/remap/ndn-pi/releases) and you would find 
> this page very useful 
> https://redmine.named-data.net/projects/ndn-embedded/wiki
> If you want experiment including infrastructure, you can establish 
> connectivity with NDN testbed (it is open for experimentation and 
> joining) or deploy nodes on your own.
> --
> Alex
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