[Ndn-interest] Issues in routing

Tanusree Chatterjee tnsr.chatterjee at gmail.com
Sun Nov 18 23:32:34 PST 2018

Hello all,

In NDN the routers are the busiest and most responsible entity in the
network. So, if a router is down for some reason, what about the data it
stores in its CS and the connections it hold? If the router is temporarily
down, it can resume to its normal operations sometime later.  But if the
router is permanently down and there are several data it produce and there
are no more copies of all the data. Can there be any network administrator
which can have the copies of the data of a router when it is down? If it is
a high connectivity node, can network administrator can play a vital roll
to take care the connections of the nodes?

-- Thanks & Regards,
Tanusree Chatterjee
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