Thesis Details

A NEW DAWN OF NAMING, ADDRESSING AND ROUTING ON THE INTERNET

Ph.D. Thesis Student: Veselý Vladimír Academic Year: 2015/2016 Supervisor: Švéda Miroslav, prof. Ing., CSc.
Czech title
NOVÝ ÚSVIT POJMENOVÁVÁNÍ, ADRESOVÁNÍ A SMĚROVÁNÍ NA INTERNETU
Language
English
Abstract

nternet of the year 2015 struggles with problems that are just implications of flawed naming and addressing the concept of TCP/IP, which have an impact on overall routing scalability. Problems such as default-free zone routing table growth, cumbersome multihoming or mobility motivate question whether the Internet deserves major architecture redesign. In the theoretical part, the impact of problems above is evaluated, solutions are discussed and unifying theory compiled and described using formal methods taking into account  revered papers about naming, addressing and routing. This work provides in-depth Investigation of two technologies - Locator/Id Separation Protocol a Recursive InterNetwork Architecture. Research contribution is an operational improvement of above-mentioned technologies. New OMNeT++, full-fledged simulation modules compliant with behavior in the specification are used to as verification tool.

Keywords

Internet architecture, naming and addressing, routing, locator/id split, LISP, Recursive InterNetworkArchitecture, RINA, OMNeT++

Department
Degree Programme
Files
Status
defended
Date
12 April 2016
Citation
VESELÝ, Vladimír. A NEW DAWN OF NAMING, ADDRESSING AND ROUTING ON THE INTERNET. Brno, 2015. Ph.D. Thesis. Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Information Technology. 2016-04-12. Supervised by Švéda Miroslav. Available from: https://www.fit.vut.cz/study/phd-thesis/515/
BibTeX
@phdthesis{FITPT515,
    author = "Vladim\'{i}r Vesel\'{y}",
    type = "Ph.D. thesis",
    title = "A NEW DAWN OF NAMING, ADDRESSING AND ROUTING ON THE INTERNET",
    school = "Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Information Technology",
    year = 2016,
    location = "Brno, CZ",
    language = "english",
    url = "https://www.fit.vut.cz/study/phd-thesis/515/"
}
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