Xiaoke Jiang

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For existing probabilistic marking technologies for IP traceback, such as Probabilistic Packet Marking (PPM), TTL-based Packet Marking (TPM) and Dynamic Probabilistic Packet Marking (DPPM), it is difficult to reconstruct attack path(s) fast and defend against spoofed marks. In this paper, we present Adaptive Probabilistic Marking scheme (APM), where the TTL(More)
Currently, new protocols or architectures related to core network layer or network forwarding equipment are hard to deploy. And the core network evolves slowly. To solve this problem, various programmable Internet architectures and approaches are proposed. Programmable networks allow network researchers (not only the equipment vendors like Cisco and(More)
In this paper, we proposal an content provider mobility solution of Named Data Networking (NDN) [1]. Here content provider means the host of NDN network which provide content originally. We add a Locator are to the Interest packet [2]. Mapping System also introduced into the network, which maps identifier to locator. The original name is used as identifier.(More)
Content Delivery Network (CDN) improves large scale data delivery with widely distributed data replicas; But the fundamental goal of IP is to connect two hosts. As a consequence, request routing, which selects the best server to serve the requested data, is introduced to meet the mismatch between CDN and IP. In contrast to IP, Named Data Networking (NDN)(More)
IP traceback can be used to find the origins and paths of attacking traffic. However, so far, no Internet-level IP traceback system has ever been deployed because of deployment difficulties. In this paper, we present an easily-deployable light-weight IP traceback based on flow (EasyTrace). In EasyTrace, it is not necessary to deploy any dedicated traceback(More)
DNS provides a global-scale distributed lookup service to retrieve data of all types for a given name, be it IP addresses, service records, or cryptographic keys. This service has proven essential in today's operational Internet. Our experience with the design and development of Named Data Networking (NDN) suggests the need for a similar always-on lookup(More)