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  1. Jan 2019
    1. The routing protocol developmentcontinues to progress in two parallel directions: conventional routing (Named-data Link State Routing,NLSR [4]) and update-less greedy routing (Hyperbolic Routing, HR [3]) (Section 5.1)

      The routing protocol development continues to progress in two parallel directions:<br> Conventional routing (Named-data Link State Routing,NLSR [4]) and Update-less greedy routing (Hyperbolic Routing, HR [3])

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  2. Aug 2015
    1. It is not bound to aspecific layer three addressing scheme (for example, a changefrom IPv4 to IPv6 would be completely painless, but evennon-IP schemes, such as IPX, would go).

      Then how does it route?

    1. A stub-only implementation of Babel =================================== Babel is a loop-avoiding distance vector protocol that is suitable for both wired and wireless networks documented in RFC 6126.