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Title : Content Internetworking (CDI)Scenarios
Author(s) : M. Day, D. Gilletti, P. Rzewski
Filename : draft-day-cdnp-scenarios-05.txt
Pages : 17
Date : 11-Jan-02
In describing content internetworking as a technology targeted for
use in the 'real world', it's useful to provide examples of the
possible sequence of events that may occur when two content networks
decide to interconnect. The scenarios presented here seek to provide
some concrete examples of what content internetworking is, and also
to provide a basis for evaluating content internetworking proposals.
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