[rrg] Fwd: Propose a new proposal

Charrie Sun <charriesun@gmail.com> Sun, 13 December 2009 01:51 UTC

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Subject: [rrg] Fwd: Propose a new proposal
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Hello Lixia and all:

    I'm a student in Tsinghua University, BeiJing and make bold to submit a
proposal for the current scalability problems of the Internet. This is about
a layered mapping system (perhaps we can call it "LMS") to store and lookup
mapping information of edge addresses and core addresses in the separation
base. It is similar to LISP+ALT while differs from it in a number of ways. I
made a elementary summary and introduced the design in another document.

Summary is here: <http://docs.google.com/View?id=dc7cz575_6gwxds4hb>

My key idea is similar to the LISP+ALT in adopting a hierarchical
mapping system to guarantee scalability. Initially i thought my
proposal is just a specification of ALT, but later i realize there're
some differences. I also made a comment on
today's proposals and my devised two-stage cache on the ITR can work
for many proposals to enhance the performance.
My experiements haven't added to it but prelimenary results are satisfied.
Could you do me a favor to add this proposal to the rrg-wiki Active Proposal
list? You may have a look at it and discard it if it's not novel at all. I
apologize if it wastes rrg's time.

Best wishes,
Sun Letong