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SubjectNADS for Linux
This is the official announcment of the NADS project for Linux.

Network Architecture Discovery and Switching

NADS is a project to provide a specific networking enhancement to Linux to
improve client<->server transaction speed by allowing a server to be
placed at multiple points on a network and communicate to clients using
the interface which is closest to it. It is in a similar spirit to IP
routing, but will work without requiring subnetting or any client
modfications. It also, incidently, solves the problem of having a server
which is also acts as a bridge.

For more information, including illustrations of the idea, please check
out our web page at http://www.marko.net/nads and feel free to e-mail any
questions you have to us (nads@marko.net). Since this is for senior
design for our college (Auburn University), we have a specific schedule
for completion (around March) and are required to do thorough
documentation.

Currently, the project is still in the design phase (schedules for
completion are available on the web site).

Mark


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