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The Japan Earthquake: the impact on traffic and routing observed by a local ISP

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Here is the presentation I gave at Roma Tre.

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October 15th, 2011 at 2:57 am

Distributed Route Servers: A novel internal BGP route distribution architecture

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Lately, I’ve been looking at solutions to avoid correctness issues that may arise in iBGP. These issues are explained in Tim Griffin’s et al., Sigcomm 2002′s paper.

In Pelsser_DRS_IEICE_200903, I proposed a solution relying on an overlay of distributed servers that compute routes on behalf of the routers. Today, each router computes for every prefix its own routes, based on a limited visibility of the routes. In this proposal, we rely on a different distribution of the route computation. Each server has full visibility of the routes for a subset of the prefixes. A server computes for its subset of the prefixes, the route to be used by every router of the domain. The server performs a per-router computation. Full routing visibility at the node performing route computation ensures iBGP correctness.

A presentation describing this proposal can be found here.

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May 27th, 2010 at 1:18 am