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Internet inter-domain traffic
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The majority of inter-domain traffic by volume now flows directly between large content providers, data center / CDNs and consumer networks, and this analysis shows significant changes in inter-AS traffic patterns and an evolution of provider peering strategies.
Delayed Internet routing convergence
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This paper presents a two-year study of Internet routing convergence through the experimental instrumentation of key portions of the Internet infrastructure, including both passive data collection and fault-injection machines at Internet exchange points, and describes several unexpected properties of convergence.
The impact of Internet policy and topology on delayed routing convergence
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The time for end-to-end Internet convergence depends on the length of the longest possible backup autonomous system path between a source and destination node, and significant variation in the convergence behavior of Internet service providers is demonstrated, with the larger providers exhibiting the fastest convergence latencies.
Internet routing instability
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The analysis in this paper is based on data collected from border gateway protocol (BGP) routing messages generated by border routers at five of the Internet core's public exchange points during a nine month period, and reveals several unexpected trends and ill-behaved systematic properties in Internet routing.
Experimental study of Internet stability and backbone failures
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An experimental study of Internet topological stability and the origins of failure in Internet protocol backbones is described and unexpectedly high levels of path fluctuation and an aggregate low mean time between failures for individual Internet paths are described.
Internet routing instability
TLDR
The analysis in this paper is based on data collected from BGP routing messages generated by border routers at five of the Internet core's public exchange points during a nine month period and reveals several unexpected trends and ill-behaved systematic properties in Internet routing.
Delayed internet routing convergence
TLDR
This paper presents a two-year study of Internet routing convergence through the experimental instrumentation of key portions of the Internet infrastructure, including both passive data collection and fault-injection machines at major Internet exchange points, and describes several unexpected properties of convergence.
Origins of Internet routing instability
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The network routing messages exchanged between core Internet backbone routers are examined to show that as a result of specific router vendor software changes suggested by earlier analysis, the volume of Internet routing updates has decreased by an order of magnitude.
Multi-Threaded Routing Toolkit (MRT) Routing Information Export Format
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This document describes the MRT format for routing information export, which can be used to export routing protocol messages, state changes, and routing information base contents.
Experiences with monitoring OSPF on a regional service provider network
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It is found that information from external routing protocols produces significant levels of instability within OSPF, and the need for new network management tools that can incorporate information from routing protocols is highlighted.
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