Network Stitching Architecture Discussions
In the GENI context, network stitching primarily refers to the interconnect of multiple substrates, each of which are under the control of their Aggregate Manager. The interconnect here is at the network level and often refers to Ethernet VLAN based stitching function. The links below contain information on a GENI Stitching Architecture. The focus at this time is on the use of Ethernet VLANs, however, the architecture and design is intended to be extensible for incorporation of other technologies in the future.
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