Challenges for the Internet Routing Infrastructure Introduced by Changes in Address Semantics

Historically, the meaning of an IP address has been to identify an interface on a network device.

A Survey of Semantic Internet Networking Techniques

The Internet Protocol (IP) has become the global standard in any computer network, independent of the connectivity to the Internet. Generally, an IP address is used to identify an interface on a

Considerations for the use of SDN in Semantic Routing Networks

The forwarding of packets in today's networks has long evolved beyond ensuring mere reachability of the receiving endpoint.

A YANG Model for Network and VPN Service Performance Monitoring

The data model for network topologies defined in RFC 8345 introduces vertical layering relationships between networks that can be augmented to cover network and service topologies.

Applicability of Abstraction and Control of Traffic Engineered Networks (ACTN) to Network Slicing

Network abstraction is a technique that can be applied to a network domain to obtain a view of potential connectivity across the network by utilizing a set of policies to select network resources

Instantiation of IETF Network Slices in Service Providers Networks

Network Slicing (NS) is an integral part of Service Provider networks. The IETF has produced several YANG data models to support the Software-Defined Networking and network slice architecture a

Framework for IETF Network Slices

This document describes network slicing in the context of networks built from IETF technologies.

A YANG Data Model for Intermediate System to intermediate System (ISIS) Topology

NO LONGER ACTIVE DRAFT - This document defines a YANG data model for representing an abstract view of the provider network topology that contains Intermediate System to intermediate System (I

Extensions to the Access Control Lists (ACLs) YANG Model

NO LONGER ACTIVE DRAFT - RFC 8519 defines a YANG data model for Access Control Lists (ACLs).

Overview and Principles of Internet Traffic Engineering

This document describes the principles of traffic engineering (TE) in the Internet.