Re: ICP Relay

From: Carlos Maltzahn <>
Date: Sat, 1 Aug 1998 18:45:28 -0600 (MDT)

Both proxy farms are proxy-only (i.e. not caching)? Why would you want to
use ICP?


On Sat, 1 Aug 1998, Paul Chinen wrote:

    Hi, I want to setup a relation between two proxy farms for two ISP. ISP1
    has three proxies A, B and C setup as proxy-only, closest-only between
    them. ISP2 also has three proxies D, E, and F setup as proxy-only,
    closest-only between them. To establish a relacion between ISP1's
    proxies and ISP2's proxies normaly I have to setup a peer between each
    proxy from ISP1 and ISP2: A-D, A-E, A-F, B-D, B-E, B-F, C-D, C-E, C-F.
    That's a lot of ICP packets.Is there someway to setup a ICP relay proxy
    in each proxy farm, in this case A and D, that you only setup a peer
    between A-D? when A receive a ICP query from ISP2 and has a MISS, it
    will re-send the query to B and C and choose the best answer to send it
    back to ISP2. I think in this way a proxy farm will work as one proxy.
    If parent proxies from NLANR connected to vBNS would work in this way
    they will look as one big proxy.
    Paul Chinen
Received on Sat Aug 01 1998 - 17:49:36 MDT

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