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Title : What's In A Name:Report from the Name Space Research
Author(s) : E. Lear
Filename : draft-irtf-nsrg-report-02.txt
Pages : 18
Date : 15-Feb-02
Over the last few years, the character of end to end connectivity
has changed dramatically. A research group in the IRTF has been
chartered to review these changes, and make recommendations on
whether or not remediation within the protocol stack is necessary.
This document discusses the outcome of those discussions. The key
question we will consider is this: does the stack need an
additional level of naming above layer 3 but below the application
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