Architectural Design of Unified Multiplex Communications for One-Time Use of IP Addresses
In the conventional IP network, all servers have a risk against any implicit/explicit attacks from unknown devices because the IP address of the server is fixed during the server is active. In this paper, the authors try to solve the problem by proposing a new communication architecture where a node has multiple IP addresses. Each IP address is used "One-time," and valid only for a single session (e.g., TCP connection). They first analyze the architecture by itself from the technical viewpoint, and describe the detailed design including new concepts needed to realize.