Token based path authorization at interconnection points between hybrid networks and a lambda grid

@article{Gommans2005TokenBP,
  title={Token based path authorization at interconnection points between hybrid networks and a lambda grid},
  author={Leon Gommans and Cees de Laat and Robert Meijer},
  journal={2nd International Conference on Broadband Networks, 2005.},
  year={2005},
  pages={1378-1385 Vol. 2}
}
In order to provide cost effective transport services for highly demanding data-intensive grid applications, National Research Networks (NRNs) are considering additional types of access to their network infrastructures. Next to traditional IP access, NRNs like to provide automated, grid application driven access to their underlying connection-oriented network infrastructure. This combination is called hybrid networking. Recently, both NRNs and grid communities started to acquire their own… CONTINUE READING

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