SRP Goals

Technical goals of SRP:

There are three core requirements to seamless communication:

  • A communication stack that supports low power operation

  • A communication stack with high reliability and low latency

  • A communication stack that enables secure communication environment

Design issues

    • QoS is system/case specific

    • Prioritization

    • Resource allocation

      • Supporting link-layer subnet broadcast in shared IoT networks

      • Bandwidth management

        • Mission Critical dedicated bandwidth

      • Node overloading

    • Monitoring

      • Telemetry gathering

      • Telemetry analysis

      • Response system

Design issues

    • Packet Dropping

      • Notification to systems

    • Remote firewalls

      • This needs a relationship system between node

      • Up and down stream -- and tool to test this

      • Bad request return system

    • Data Modes Types (non exclusive)

      • Guaranteed delivery

      • Timely delivery

Design issues Pathway

    • How many route from A to B

    • Telemetry gathering

    • Telemetry analysis

    • Disaster recovery

    • Disaster prevention

  • Privacy

    • Disposable ID’s are required for privacy.

    • This system has to define when to expose privacy to prevent abuse

      • Telemetry gathering, traceroute function

    • Software Stack changes

    • Telemetry to applications

      • Bandwidth

    • Bad request return system

      • Nodes

      • Node Owners

  • Security management utilization

    • Supporting different security mechanisms

  • Relationship management utilization

  • Health awareness