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This draft is a work item of the Content Distribution Internetworking Working Group of the IETF.
Title : Content Internetworking Architectural Overview
Author(s) : M. Green et al.
Filename : draft-ietf-cdi-architecture-00.txt
Pages : 36
Date : 22-Feb-02
There is wide interest in the technology for interconnecting Content
Networks, variously called 'Content Peering' or 'Content
Internetworking'. We present the general architecture and core
building blocks used in the internetworking of Content Networks.
The scope of this work is limited to external interconnections with
Content Networks and does not address internal mechanisms used
within Content Networks, which for the purpose of the document are
considered to be black boxes. This work establishes an abstract
architectural framework to be used in the development of protocols,
interfaces, and system models for standardized Content
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