>From: Eugene Leitl <Eugene.Leitl@lrz.uni-muenchen.de>
>I understand you concerns about interoperability, but the
>situation is unfixable. You have to have to use a different
>transport layer. You can always tunnel IP over it, too. The
>easiest entry points into geodetic routing is 802.11b grassroot
>networks and LEO sat clouds, because they don't rely on existing
Okay, so you plan to use encapsulation to accomodate IP.
I still don't see the routing part, you're not using a distance-
vector (Bellman-Ford) nor a link-state (OSPF or Dijkstra) protocol
or even a hybrid (EIGRP, BGP), essentially it seems to be nothing
more than a simple broadcast which would eat up your bandwidth, not
to mention propagation delays, and what about loops?
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