Presentation 2004-07-12
Proxy Mechanisms for Utilizing Overlay Networks from Legacy Applications
Ayumu KUBOTA, Yutaka MIYAKE, Toshiaki TANAKA,
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Abstract(in English) In order to add new network functions to the Internet, it is getting a common approach to implement them using overlay networks. By using overlay architecture, it is fairly easy to construct a whole new network with a rich function set, but in many cases it is not easy for end-users to utilize such networks because they have to adapt their applications to the new networks and the protocols. To mitigate this problem, we introduce proxy mechanisms that enable overlay networks to support legacy IP applications. In this paper, we focus on the overlay network called i3 (Internet Indirection Infrastructure) and show how legacy IP applications running in diverse environment can utilize new functions provided by i3, such as transparent P2P access to services behind NAT and firewall, mobility support, and the flexible routing mechanism for controlling QoS and security.
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Keyword(in English) Overlay network / P2P / i3 / Proxy
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Conference Date 2004/7/5(1days)
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Title (in English) Proxy Mechanisms for Utilizing Overlay Networks from Legacy Applications
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Keyword(1) Overlay network
Keyword(2) P2P
Keyword(3) i3
Keyword(4) Proxy
1st Author's Name Ayumu KUBOTA
1st Author's Affiliation KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.()
2nd Author's Name Yutaka MIYAKE
2nd Author's Affiliation KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
3rd Author's Name Toshiaki TANAKA
3rd Author's Affiliation KDDI R&D Laboratories Inc.
Date 2004-07-12
Paper # IA2004-8
Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 173
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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