During four weeks four teams of four students each will provide the other students with a presentation of a theoretical topic. Each student presents a particular aspect of the topic at hand using 30 minutes, including a 10 minute discussion.

1Locations versus EndpointsAntoine Schonewille, Bas Eenink, Gert Bon, Rene Jorissen
2The end-to-end principleFangbin Liu, Lourens Bordewijk, Matthijs Koot, Mark Meijerink
3Wireless versus WiredRichard de Jong, Steffen van Loon, Jonel Spellen, Maarten Michels
4Peering in the InternetMarc Smeets, Rob Prickaerts, Dirk-Jan van Helmond, Jimmy Mace

Presentation Team 1: Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Team 1 members

Topic: Locations versus Endpoints

Presentation Team 2: Thursday, March 9, 2006

Team 2 members

Topic: The end-to-end principle

  • RFC 2993 , Architectural Implications of NAT
  • RFC 3724 , The Rise of the Middle and the Future of End to End: Reflections on the Evolution of the Internet Architecture, IAB
  • p70-blumenthal.pdf Rethinking the design of the Internet: the end-to-end arguments vs. the brave new world, Marjory Blumenthal and David Clark

Presentation Team 3: Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Team 3 members

Topic: Wireless versus Wired

Presentation Team 4: Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Team 4 members

Topic: Peering in the Internet

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