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... For example, network address translation violates architectural assumptions about the semantics of addresses. The problem is exacerbated because a research result is often judged by how hard it will be to deploy in the Internet, and the Internet service providers sometimes favor more easily deployed approaches that may not be desirable solutions for the long run.
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... at CSTB's January 2001 workshop, as well as subsequent discussion by the Committee on Research Horizons in Networking, stresses looking beyond the current Internet and evolutionary modifications thereof and aims to stimulate Desh thinking within the networking research community. Since it is not a formal research agenda (which would, among other things, entail a much more intensive effort Man is afforded by an exploratory workshop such as this)
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