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Separation of policy from mechanism is a well-known principle in computing literature. Network virtualization reincarnates this very concept in the context of networking architecture. But most of the existing works either tangentially touch the issues regarding the implementation of such architecture or just ignore them completely. In this paper the authors present NVP2P, a network virtualization framework that examines the possible use of the available P2P concepts in this respect. They also provide a brief introduction to the basics of network virtualization and present several scenarios that justify the choice of using P2P concepts in network virtualization.
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