Re: [rrg] Rebooting the RRG

Mattia Rossi <mattia.rossi.mailinglists@gmail.com> Wed, 20 November 2013 10:31 UTC

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Am 20.11.2013 10:31, schrieb Robert Raszuk:
>> Can we please stick to _routing_ topics?
>>
>> Tony
> Reading RRG charter it is not clear to me if this group is tasked to
> improve IP routing (IP reachability protocols and architecture) or is
> open to come up and design other "routing" paradigms ... for example
> application routing ?
>
> Tony - can you clarify ?
>

I'd imagine both?
I could think that something like service based routing (which is 
application based routing) might come out of this group. You'd need to 
understand or investigate how to integrate application based routing 
with the current routing system, how to make transitions from one to the 
other, whether it's possible to use only one without the other etc.
So in my opinion we should look at everything that gets routed outside 
of a corporate or home network. In order to make new things work you 
have to understand the old stuff, and most likely improve it.

Cheers,

Mat