Global Locator, Local Locator, and Identifier Split (GLI-Split)
AbstractThe locator/identifier split is an approach for a new addressing and routing architecture to make routing in the core of the Internet more scalable. Based on this principle, we developed the GLI-Split framework, which separates the functionality of current IP addresses into a stable identifier and two independent locators, one for routing in the Internet core and one for edge networks. This makes routing in the Internet more stable and provides more flexibility for edge networks. GLI-Split can be incrementally deployed and it is backward-compatible with the IPv6 Internet. We describe its architecture, compare it to other approaches, present its benefits, and finally present a proof-of-concept implementation of GLI-Split. View Full-Text
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Menth, M.; Hartmann, M.; Klein, D. Global Locator, Local Locator, and Identifier Split (GLI-Split). Future Internet 2013, 5, 67-94.
Menth M, Hartmann M, Klein D. Global Locator, Local Locator, and Identifier Split (GLI-Split). Future Internet. 2013; 5(1):67-94.Chicago/Turabian Style
Menth, Michael; Hartmann, Matthias; Klein, Dominik. 2013. "Global Locator, Local Locator, and Identifier Split (GLI-Split)." Future Internet 5, no. 1: 67-94.