[ranger] FW: I-D Action:draft-templin-ranger-07.txt

"Templin, Fred L" <Fred.L.Templin@boeing.com> Sat, 07 February 2009 01:49 UTC

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FYI, the RANGER specification has been updated based
on review input (see below). Comments to the list or
to the author welcome.

Fred Templin

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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts

	Title           : Routing and Addressing in Next-Generation
EnteRprises (RANGER)
	Author(s)       : F. Templin
	Filename        : draft-templin-ranger-07.txt
	Pages           : 25
	Date            : 2009-02-06

RANGER is an architectural framework for scalable routing and
addressing in next generation enterprise networks.  The term
"enterprise network" within this context extends to a wide variety of
use cases and deployment scenarios, where an "enterprise" can be as
small as a SOHO network, as dynamic as a Mobile Ad-hoc Network, as
complex as a multi-organizational corporation, or as large as the
global Internet itself.  Such networks will require an architected
solution for the coordination of routing and addressing plans with
accommodations for scalability, provider-independence, mobility,
multi-homing and security.  These considerations are particularly
true for existing deployments, but the same principles apply even for
clean-slate approaches.  The RANGER architecture addresses these
requirements, and provides a comprehensive framework for IPv6/IPv4

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