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Routing and Addressing Workshop 2006

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The IAB held a workshop in October 2006 on the future of routing and addressing in the Internet.

The Meeting Report

Routing and Addressing Workshop report:

http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc4984.txt

The Reading List

Day 1 Morning Session: Routing Table Futures and Convergence Worries

[DOT]
Traffic Engineering Case Studies
Jason Schiller

[DOT]
BGP Problem Slides
Iljitsch van Beijnum

[DOT]
Router Scalability and Moore’s Law
Tony Li

[DOT]
Scaling Issues with IPv6 Routing and Multihoming
Vince Fuller

[DOT]
Traffic Engineering and Multihoming Discussion
Ted Seely and Chris Morrow

[DOT]
Another Year of Routing
Geoff Huston

Day 1 Afternoon Session: Your Three Worst Routing Nightmares

Round Table Discussion led by Kurtis Lindqvist

Day 2 Welcome: Setting out the Problems

Day 2 Morning Session 1: Rights and Wrongs of Proposed Solutions

[DOT]
Multi6 and Shim6
Iljitsch van Beijnum

[DOT]
Indirection General Concepts with Example
David Conrad

[DOT]
GSE Problem Slides
Iljitsch van Beijnum

Day 2 Morning Session 2: Creating the Problem Statement – Part 1: Documenting the Problems

[DOT]
Problem Statement Summary
Lixia Zhang

Day 2 Afternoon: Creating the Problem Statement – Part 2: Documenting the Constraints

[DOT]
Constraints or lack thereof
Tony Li

[DOT]
Constraints
Jason Schiller

[DOT]
Criteria List after Discussion and Merging
Brian Carpenter

Day 2 Summary and Wrap-Up