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- End-to-End Mailing List
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- Internet History Mailing List
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For discussions and questions relating to TG, the traffic generator utility.
Previous mailing lists:
- ANONSEC Mailing List
For discussions of the IETF Better Than Nothing Security (BTNS) working group. Moved in July 2008 to email@example.com
- Rbridge Mailing List
For discussions of the IETF TRILL working group, relating to the standardization of hybrid router/bridges.
Moved March 2004 to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Triage Mailing List
For discussions of ways to avoid DOS attacks in using crypto for integrity or privacy that overload inbound verification processing capacity.
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Traffic Generator (TG) 2.0 version distribution and documentation.
Internet protocol extensions
Developing extensions to Internet protocols, e.g., IP, TCP, and UDP, and helping to document Internet protocols and architecture.
The ability for data devices, or systems, to move into a networked environment and immediately gain access to all relevant services will become a requirement for future networks. Until connecting portable devices with the computing and communications infrastructure becomes as simple as turning these devices on, people will shun the impressive potential for mobile digital services. The Proximity Networks' Project addresses this problem by designing and prototyping an architecture in which the physical proximity of a user to a network makes immediately available a local network service environment. Networks which support this kind of interaction are called proximity networks. Slides: PDF