[Ndn-interest] [EXT]Re: Questions about how to carry data package in interest package
shijunxiao at email.arizona.edu
Tue Jun 30 04:40:14 PDT 2020
What you are looking for is Named Function Networking.
You still don’t need to embed data into Interests.
Instead, both the command (lambda function) and input data are published
as Data packets.
To execute a function, you send an Interest that names the result, whose
parameters carry the *names* of command and input data.
The network will find a middle box execute the command, which includes
retrieving the input data by name.
On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 12:22 Pengyuan Zhou via Ndn-interest <
ndn-interest at lists.cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> *External Email*
> Hi, Prof. Lixia,
> Ya I agree that idea opposites the inherent nature of Interest Packet.
> Still, can't help thinking if it can provide some interesting extended
> feature for ICN in general.
> Imagine if Interest Packet can carry user-defined command data and pull
> data that needs processing to a middlebox,
> and process the data right there with the command data.
> It can end up with providing a openflow-ish in-network processing feature
> based on content names.
> Just brainstorming.
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