The OpenSourceRouting Team presented at the IETF 90 in Toronto as part of the Bits’n’Bytes technology demonstration We demonstrated a Proof-of-Concept implementation of Homenet with ISIS Autoconf and ISIS SrcDest routing is now available.
The implementation is based on OpenWRT. It shows a possible future for Home CPE devices in an IPv6 environment with multiple providers and Auto-Discovery and Auto-Configuration of the network in a home.
Our implementation included:
- ISIS with Auto-Configuration (based on IETF ISIS Autoconf draft)
- ISIS Src-Dest Routing enhancement (based on IETF ISIS SrcDest draft)
- Using Homenet Control Protocol (HNCP) for address assignment
The Demo-Network used 3 ISPs: Comcast which provided us a IPv6 connection at the conference, Hurricane Electric (we used a tunnel from their Tunnelbroker) and a dummy simulated network. The conference attendees were invited to add extra routers and remove links to see how the network changes were discovered.
Update: Code is published on our Git. See our announcement