Content Centric NetworkingSOK PhearinMBC Laboratory,Konkuk University, Seoul
Content   Overview of CCN   CCN Architecture   CCN Operation   References
Content Centric Networking   A new approach to networking that       enables networks to self-organize and push relevant...
Content Centric Networking   Confidentiality, Availability, and Integrity (CIA)    of data   CCN stores mappings between...
CCN Architecture: Packets         Interest                            Data        Content Name                      Conten...
CCN Architecture: Node Model                                                        Face 1               Content Store    ...
CCN Architecture: Interest Processing         Start   Receive an Interest        Exist in        Content                Se...
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CCN Operation
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CCN Operation             Content goes only where there’s              interest.             It takes at most one trip a...
Reference   http://www.ccnx.org   http://www.named-data.net
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  • Self-organize: *Self-configuration - 'plug-and-play' paradigm - new base stations shall automatically be configured and integrated into the network - both connectivity establishment, and download of configuration parameters and software. *Self-optimization – BS parameters can be regularly adjusted, based on both base station and mobile station observations. - establishes neighbor relations (ANR) automatically*Self-healing - When some nodes becomes inoperative, self-healing mechanisms aims at reducing the impacts from the failure - by adjusting parameters and algorithms in adjacent cells so that other nodes can support the users that were supported by the failing node
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    1. 1. Content Centric NetworkingSOK PhearinMBC Laboratory,Konkuk University, Seoul
    2. 2. Content Overview of CCN CCN Architecture CCN Operation References
    3. 3. Content Centric Networking A new approach to networking that  enables networks to self-organize and push relevant content where needed at anywhere, anytime, and with any devices  makes the name and attributes of content the principle objects upon which the network acts  Focus on dissemination of information, not on the maintenance of network connections
    4. 4. Content Centric Networking Confidentiality, Availability, and Integrity (CIA) of data CCN stores mappings between names and data items Data replication and movement throughout the CCN to increase efficiency and provide resiliency to network failures and attacks
    5. 5. CCN Architecture: Packets Interest Data Content Name Content Name Signature Selector (digest algorithm, witness, ...) (order preference, publisher Signed Info filter, scope, ...) (publisher ID, key locator, stale time, ...) Nonce Data There are just two CCN packet types - interest (similar to http “get”) and data (similar to http response). Both are encoded in an efficient binary XML.
    6. 6. CCN Architecture: Node Model Face 1 Content Store Wireless Face 2 Pending Interest Table (PIT) CCN Forwarding Wired Logic Face 3 Forwarding Information Application Base (FIB) CCN Forwarding EngineEach CCN entity has 3 main data structures Content Store, Pending Interest Table, Forwarding Information BaseUses multicast/broadcastUses “longest prefix matching” lookup for content names
    7. 7. CCN Architecture: Interest Processing Start Receive an Interest Exist in Content Send data through the arrival face yes Store? No Exist in Update PIT if request came from PIT? yes different Face No Exist in Send interest over the Faces in FIB FIB? entry except the arrived Face yes No Insert to PIT Stop
    8. 8. CCN Architecture: Interest Processing
    9. 9. CCN Operation
    10. 10. CCN Operation
    11. 11. CCN Operation
    12. 12. CCN Operation
    13. 13. CCN Operation
    14. 14. CCN Operation
    15. 15. CCN Operation
    16. 16. CCN Operation  Content goes only where there’s interest.  It takes at most one trip across any link.  Average latency is minimized.  Total bandwidth is minimized.  There’s no routing or control traffic associated with the replicas.
    17. 17. Reference http://www.ccnx.org http://www.named-data.net
    18. 18. Thank You!
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