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Re: And Now for Something Completely Different (was Re: IPv6 news)

  • From: Fred Baker
  • Date: Mon Oct 17 10:27:19 2005
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is that anything like using, in Cisco terms, a "fast-switching cache" vs a "FIB"?

On Oct 17, 2005, at 6:47 AM, Mikael Abrahamsson wrote:
Well, let's try to turn the problem on its head and see if thats clearer; Imagine an internet where only your closest neighbors know you exist. The rest of the internet knows nothing about you, except there are mechanisms that let them "track you down" when necessary. That is very different from today's full-routing-table.