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Date:	Sun, 3 May 2015 14:18:07 -0400
From:	Sam Patton <>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] Enhanced IP v1.1 code and RFC


The Enhanced IP project presents:

             Enhanced IP v1.1

Enhanced IP is a 64-bit protocol that uses IP options to extend the IP
network.  The addresses in Enhanced IP look like two IP addresses
concatenated together.  This is an example of an Enhanced IP (EnIP)
The first four bytes are used to route the packet through the Internet
and the second four bytes are used to route the packet to a node
behind a modified NAT.

Version 1.1 of the code adds a prototype of Enhanced IP's NAT driver
on an OpenWRT router as well as some experiments that show how well IP
options pass through the Internet's core.  See below for a preview of
the important numbers, if you're interested.


git clone

Enhanced IP Draft RFC:

Web site:

IP Ping statistics:
Standard ping returned replies when sent to the top 10,000 web sites
86.4% of the time.  A modified ping command where the ping packet
contains IP option 26 (the same one used for Enhanced IP) was sent to
the same web sites.  A ping reply was returned 86.2% of the time.

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