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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

What happened during the Great East Japan Earthquake?

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Our analysis of traffic and routing behavior for a Japanese ISP for the month of March will be available at the end of the year.

What is unique about this paper is that we used iBGP data from a neighboring ISP to study the effect of failures in our ISPs on the outside world.

Reference:
K. Cho, C. Pelsser, R. Bush and Y. Wong, “The Japan Earthquake: the impact on traffic and routing observed by a local ISP”, Accepted to CoNEXT 2011 special workshop on the Internet and disasters, ACM, Dec. 2011.

The program of the workshop where this will be published is here

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October 6th, 2011 at 6:12 pm

ACM CoNEXT ‘10 – Student Workshop

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The CFP for the ACM CoNEXT ‘10 Student Workshop is out !

http://conferences.sigcomm.org/co-next/2010/Workshops/StudentWorkshop/

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September 2nd, 2010 at 10:13 am

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ReArch 2009 (CoNEXT Workshop)

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Panel from Mark Handley

The data plane is well structured with the different layers of the OSI model. Comparatively, in the control plane, there are a lot of protocols but no structure. These protocols each solve a very specific issue. They do a good job about it but now is the time to take a step back.

The control plane protocols tend to solve three categories of problems:

  • congestion control
  • multi-homing
  • traffic engineering

Or problems resulting from the intersection of two of these categories.

In the presentation, Mark focusses on the intersection between congestion control and multi-homing. He proposes multi-path transport (multipath TCP) to solve this issue. For solving the congestion control and TE intersection problem, he proposes the re-ECN solution from BoB Briscoe.

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December 2nd, 2009 at 1:29 am

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