Re: [arp222] Considering to change ARP222 name

T Sridhar <> Mon, 30 August 2010 19:36 UTC

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 I am in favor of ARMD which could  expand to "Address Resolution Mechanisms for large broadcast Domains".


From: [] On Behalf Of Linda Dunbar
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Subject: [arp222] Considering to change ARP222 name

It has been pointed to us by several people that the name ARP222 is a little misleading. The main objective is to resolve issues associated with Address Resolution for Massive amount of VMs or virtual hosts/Nodes in one broadcast Domain.

What do you think if we change the name to ARMD or ARMND?

Your opinion is appreciated.

Linda Dunbar