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Networking challenges. Henning Schulzrinne Dept. of Computer Science Columbia University New York, NY. Networks beyond the Internet, cont’d. More than just Internet Classic . Myth #1: Addresses are global & constant. also: identifier-locator split. 10.0.1.1. 1.2.3.4. 192.168.0.1. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Networking challengesHenning SchulzrinneDept. of Computer ScienceColumbia UniversityNew York, NYInterDigital June 20091Networks beyond the Internet, contdInterDigital June 2009Network modelroute stabilitymotion of data routersInternetminutesunlikelymobile ad-hoc3 disruptivestore-carry-forward< 3 helpfulMore than just Internet Classic Networkwirelessmobilitypath stabilitydata unitsInternet classiclast hopend systems> hoursIP datagramsmesh networksall linksend systems> hoursmobile ad-hocall linksall nodes, randomminutesopportunistictypicalsingle node minutedelay-tolerantall linkssome predictablesome predictablebundlesstore-carry-forwardall nodesall nodesno pathapplication data unitsInterDigital June 2009

Myth #1: Addresses are global & constantInterDigital June 2009

tunnelDHCP128.59.16.28128.59.16.1410.0.1.2192.168.0.110.0.1.1?

STUN1.2.3.4also: identifier-locator splitMyth #2: Connectivity commutes, associatesReferals, call-backs, redirectsAssumptions:A connects to B B can connect to AA connects to B, B to C C can connect to AMay be time-dependentInterDigital June 2009

200 ms

Myth #2a: Bidirectional connectivityInterDigital June 2009

Myth #3: End-to-end delay of 1st packet typical1st packet may have additional latencyARP, flow-based routersMIPv6, PIM-SM, MSDP: fixed path during initial data burst Choice of server may be suboptimalhigher delay, lower throughput, inefficient network usage

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ChallengesInterDigital June 2009User challenges vs. research challengesAre we addressing real user needs?Engineering vs. sportsMy guessesInterDigital June 2009reliabilityease of usecostno manualintegrationlimited riskphishingdata lossno re-entryno duplication9Cause of death for the next big thingInterDigital June 2009QoSmulti-castmobile IPactive networksIPsecIPv6not manageable across competing domainsnot configurable by normal users (or apps writers)no business model for ISPsno initial gain80% solution in existing system (NAT)increase system vulnerability10Which Internet are you connected to?InterDigital June 2009multicastQoSIPv6IPv4PIAIPv4DHCPIPv4NATport 80 + 25Network challengesInterDigital June 2009

routing tableexplosion

multi-homing99.9 99.999%

zero configuration+2 years+5 years+8 yearshttp://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/staff/M.Handley/papers/only-just-works.pdf12ChallengesPervasive multihomingInterDigital June 2009Network of the (near) futureInterDigital June 2009

MSOTelco3G, 4G, WiMaxHomes passed by multiple networks increase reliability by connecting to all(reliable system out of unreliable components)Multihoming (& mobility) Current IPv4 address identifier = unique host or interfacelocator = network that serves host (provider)One system, multiple addresses:multihoming: at the same timemobility: sequentiallyMultihoming:connections need to be aware of network pathsocket interface makes it hard to programSolutions:HIP: cryptographic host identifierSHIM6LISP: two network addressesDNS: SRV, NAPTRInterDigital June 2009Example: BGP growthInterDigital June 2009

http://bgp.potaroo.net/ChallengesSecurityInterDigital June 2009Network security issuesInterDigital June 2009What about security?InterDigital June 20099: Political8: FinancialApplicationPresentationSessionTransportNetworkLinkPhysical

Technologies (mostly) available, but use & deployment hardsecure DNSsecure BGPpasswords certs + crypto token

usablesecurityconfigurationWhat about security?The future Internet must be secureMost security-related problems are not network problemsspam: identity and access, not SMTPweb: (mostly) not TLS, but distinguishing real bank from fake oneweb: cross-domain scripting, code injectionbrowser vulnerabilities & keyboard sniffersRestrict generalityBlack list white listvirus checker app storeAutomated toolsbetter languages, taint tracking, automated input checking, stack protection, memory randomization, Probably need more trust mediation

InterDigital June 2009Ad-hoc networksDefinition: (all/most) nodes relay dataevery node a routerunlike P2P: layer 2/3like P2P: grow organically, no central administrationClassical problems:routing problems with unstable linkspro-active and reactivegeographic routingenergy usagefor non-vehicular networkslocation determinationInterDigital June 2009Ad-hoc, sensor and mesh networksInterDigital June 2009mesh(nodes as routers)sensor(processing, energy)mobile ad-hoc(links vanish, energy)vehicular(single-hop?)Ad-hoc networksThousands of papersrouting, security, transport, PHY, Unclear applicabilityniche applications in industrial and home controlZigBeecellular backhaul?others mostly single-hopbandwidth constraints of mesh networksInterDigital June 2009MobilityIETF workproxy mobile IPv6now: NETEXTNETLMN (local mobility)Other:lots of stages optimizing hand-off (see Dutta et al.)application-layer hand-offmost applications dont need address stabilityuse of multiple interfaces?interaction with cognitive radio?InterDigital June 20097DS and opportunistic networks: exploring networks beyond the Internetwith Suman Srinivasan, Arezu MoghadamInterDigital June 2009

Internet

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DContacts areopportunisticintermittent 802.11 ad-hoc modeBlueTooth

InterDigital June 200926Therefore these networks have unique characteristics and introduce new challenges from the networking basics to the applicationsTHERE IS NO END-TO-END PATH.Web Delivery Model

InterDigital June 20097DS core functionality: Emulation of web content access and e-mail delivery

Search EngineProvides ability to query self for resultsSearches the cache index using Swish-e libraryPresents results in any of three formats: HTML, XML and plain textSimilar in concept to Google Desktop

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Email exchange

InterDigital June 2009BonAHA frameworkInterDigital June 2009Node 2Node 1key21 = value21key22 = value22key23 = value23key24 = value24key11 = value11key12 = value12key13 = value13key14 = value14

[2] node1.get(key13)[1] node1.register()[3] data = node1.fileGet( value13);

BonAHA[CCNC 2009]

Bulletin Board System

InterDigital June 2009Written in Objective-C, for iPod Touch