# New Idea for accessing memory across an inter-network connected system

I have the following idea for a network-based operating system.

Suppose we have two computers A and B in a network. If computer B wants to access the memory of computer A, it can access by using the following addressing method which uses Media Access Control (MAC) address of the machines,

(MAC Address of target machine).(memory address on target machine)


This should work both ways as well as all the computers connected in a network. This will also remove the constraint of passing reference of variables in Remote Procedure Call (RPC).

Is the above method feasible ? What sort of modifications are required to make this possible, if feasible ?

NOTE:-I am also assuming that there is no MAC spoofing.

• What do you mean by "is it feasible"? Why wouldn't it be feasible? Have you done any research, e.g., looking at the research literature on Google Scholar? – D.W. Mar 15 '17 at 20:28
• That's not an addressing method, it's just two things written down next to each other. And assuming that there are no security problems is a great way to build an insecure system. – David Richerby Mar 15 '17 at 21:55