In current Internet routing, only destination address is used for forwarding decision making.
This fundamentally limits the diversity of the functions and services that the Internet routing system can
provide. TwoD-IP routing makes forwarding decisions based on both source and destination addresses.
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we propose to add source address in the Internet routing system so that routers
can make forwarding decisions based on both the source and the destination address.
This greatly enrich the semantics that the routing system can provide.
The forwarding table should match line speeds, and avoid storage explosion; The routing
protocol should be consistent and efficiency; Deployment should be backward compatible, and
bring visible gain if only partial routers are deployed.
Design and Development
We are going to develop new TwoD-IP routers that make forwarding decisions based
on source and destination addresses. We are also going to design and deploy new
TwoD-IP routing protocols.