[Ndn-interest] connection and transmission in NDN
tnsr.chatterjee at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 01:00:59 PST 2018
The nfd connection states that after installing NFD in a client machine, we can
specify the IP address and port number of the remote NFD, so that NDN
packets get encapsulated into UDP or TCP packets and sent to the remote
NFD. e.g. nfdc create udp4://192.0.2.1:6363 states the client machine wants
to establish a connection with 192.0.2.1:6363. But, I want to understand
when a new node want to enter in the existing ndn, what is the first thing
it does? How it will aware of the IP address of a node in the network to
which it will connect?
On Fri, Nov 16, 2018 at 11:10 AM Tanusree Chatterjee <
tnsr.chatterjee at gmail.com> wrote:
> NDN doesn’t rule out entire TCP/IP architecture instead it can work on top
> of TCP/IP architecture. It can also work independently but already
> established TCP/IP architecture can’t be neglected as billions of devices
> are connected to the internet. The end-to-end principle is preserved in NDN
> similar to TCP/IP architecture. How a new connection is established over
> here? In TCP/IP, the transmission protocols are used for transmission
> (connection oriented or connection less). What about the connection
> oriented and connection less transmission in ndn?
> When a new NFD client wants to connect to an existing set of ndn routers,
> how the total connection process is done? What happens if the new node is
> illegitimate who wants to connect the existing network to fetch authentic
> network information? How it will be detected?
> Can you suggest any good tutorial/paper on the above issues?
> -- Thanks & Regards,
> Tanusree Chatterjee
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