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We discuss a key engineering challenge in implementing the Identifier- Locator Network Protocol (ILNP), as described in IRTF Experimental RFCs 6740-6748: enabling Legacy applications that use the C sockets API. We have built the first two OS kernel implementations of ILNPv6 (ILNP as a superset of IPv6), in both the Linux OS kernel and the FreeBSD OS kernel. Our evaluation is in comparison with IPv6, in the context of a topical and challenging scenario: Host mobility implemented as a purely end-to-end function. Our experiments show that ILNPv6 has excellent potential for deployment using existing IPv6 infrastructure, whilst offering the new properties and functionality of ILNP. © 2016 ACM.

Legacy applications (3 items found) | Host mobility (1 items found) | Linux (29 items found) | ILNP (1 items found) | IPv6 (33 items found) | Computer operating systems | MobilityCarrier mobility | Engineering challenges | Internet architecture | Identifier-Locator | Internet protocols | Network protocols | IP addresss |

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