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I-D ACTION:draft-cain-cdnp-known-request-routing-05.txt



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	Title		: Known CDN Request-Routing Mechanisms
	Author(s)	: A. Barbir, B. Cain, F. Douglis,
                          M. Green, M. Hofmann, R. Nair,
                          D. Potter, O. Spatscheck
	Filename	: draft-cain-cdnp-known-request-routing-05.txt
	Pages		: 17
	Date		: 19-Feb-02
	
The work presents a summary of Request-Routing techniques that are 
used to direct client requests to surrogates based on various 
policies and a possible set of metrics. In this memo the term 
Request-Routing represents techniques that are commonly called 
content routing or content redirection. In principle, 
Request-Routing techniques can be classified under: DNS 
Request-Routing, Transport-layer Request-Routing, and 
Application-layer Request-Routing.

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