[standards-jig] JIDs

Iain Shigeoka iainshigeoka at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 5 18:04:37 UTC 2002

On 2/5/02 6:04 AM, "Mike Lin" <mikelin at MIT.EDU> wrote:
> matches the beginning of the requested resource. So for example, if I am
> logged on only as
> mlin at mlin.mit.edu/resource
> Packets directed to the following resources will all be routed to me:
> mlin at mlin.mit.edu/resource
> mlin at mlin.mit.edu/resource2
> mlin at mlin.mitedu/resourceblah
> How you could use this for transport routing should be obvious. This
> addressing requirement is actually the reason why this routing trick is
> in the server.

I'm sorry.  I know I'm being dense but I don't see it so I've got to ask.
What is the obvious transport naming scheme that exploits this routing


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