Management of Content-Centric Networking

Thibault Cholez 1, 2
Abstract : Information-Centric Networks are very promising alternatives to the current Internet architecture. These new network architectures expose multiple positive features heavily studied around the globe today such as in-network caching to save resources, opportunistic routing for easy mobility and authentication of content. However, their management plane and security issues have received much less attention so far. As the Future Internet will be built on these networks, there is an urgent need for a next-generation management framework to manage ICN networks and in fact to constitute their missing management and security plane, which is essential for their success as clean-slate technologies. Indeed, these new networks need to redesign existing solutions for network monitoring, security, configuration, interoperability or accountability. This tutorial aims at surveying the key challenges in management and monitoring of ICN networks. We will more precisely focus on the Content-Centric Networking architecture and describe a recent advance in this field which is a proposal of CCN firewall.
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Thibault Cholez. Management of Content-Centric Networking. ResCom 2013: Les réseaux centrés sur les contenus, Évolution ou révolution de l'Internet ?, May 2013, Porquerolles, France. ⟨hal-00924363⟩

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