How Intelligent Routing works for the Next Gen Internet
I got no money to conduct experiments, but I believe my concepts will work based on the normal address “Blk 33 #04-767 Bendemeer Road Singapore 330033” can be defined with a GPS co-ordinates X, Y, Z where the country is first identified first, next the Postal Code region, then the Block number and lastly the unit number which is difficult under the old system but very easily done using GPS. As such, routing tables automatically contain all these information where algorithm can easily identify the best routes to reach the destination, depending if the co-ordinates is fixed ie a fixed location of a PC, or a dynamic location if it is a device like a mobile phone, where as long as you are plugged into the next gen Internet, the information is pushed to any device like routers, PCs, smartphones etc. It is definitely more superior than using DNS servers as DNS servers are prone to attack. For internal networks, to save time for administration, I would still use DNS servers for IP allocation, so routers would contain both an internal segment that use DNS, and an external segment that uses Intelligent Routing. And I will use the ability to mask everything from the external network by running proxy server services on the router to prevent intrusion, with a firewall that I can control every single rule and port using gdo mapping services. Even for Extended WiFi I will use 2048 bit encryption to prevent hackers from hacking WiFi signals, the next gen Internet will be secured against all risks. There will be no more bottleneck, I will use fibre optic connections with the ability of ports to split the signal, with hubs, switching equipments that can also do likewise.
*Patent pending for the United Nations, nobody can register this except the United Nations.
– Contributed by Oogle.