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Software-Defined Networking: A Comprehensive Survey
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This paper presents an in-depth analysis of the hardware infrastructure, southbound and northbound application programming interfaces (APIs), network virtualization layers, network operating systems (SDN controllers), network programming languages, and network applications, and presents the key building blocks of an SDN infrastructure using a bottom-up, layered approach. Expand
LIPSIN: line speed publish/subscribe inter-networking
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A novel multicast forwarding fabric suitable for large-scale topic-based publish/subscribe is proposed, and due to very simple forwarding decisions and small forwarding tables, the fabric may be more energy efficient than the currently used ones. Expand
Theory and Practice of Bloom Filters for Distributed Systems
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An overview of the basic and advanced probabilistic techniques is given, reviewing over 20 variants and discussing their application in distributed systems, in particular for caching, peer-to-peer systems, routing and forwarding, and measurement data summarization. Expand
Mininet-WiFi: Emulating software-defined wireless networks
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Minet-WiFi is introduced as a tool to emulate wireless OpenFlow/SDN scenarios allowing high-fidelity experiments that replicate real networking environments and elaborate on the potential applications of Mininet-Wifi and discuss the benefits and current limitations. Expand
Revisiting routing control platforms with the eyes and muscles of software-defined networking
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A controller-centric hybrid networking model is proposed and the design of the RouteFlow Control Platform (RFCP) is presented along the prototype implementation of an AS-wide abstract BGP routing service. Expand
Virtual routers as a service: the RouteFlow approach leveraging software-defined networks
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This paper proposes RouteFlow, a commodity routing architecture that combines the line-rate performance of commercial hardware with the flexibility of open-source routing stacks (remotely) running on general purpose computers and outlines the research agenda that calls for a community-driven approach. Expand
Forwarding anomalies in Bloom filter-based multicast
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It is shown that the parameters of the filter need to be varied to guarantee the stability of the packet forwarding, and a bit permutation technique is presented that effectively prevents both accidental and maliciously created anomalies. Expand
The deletable Bloom filter: a new member of the Bloom family
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The Deletable Bloom filter is introduced as a new spin on the popular data structure based on compactly encoding the information of where collisions happen when inserting elements, which turns to be appealing for certain probabilistic filter applications. Expand
Self-Routing Denial-of-Service Resistant Capabilities Using In-packet Bloom Filters
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This paper proposes and analyzes an in-packet Bloom-filter-based source-routing architecture resistant to Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks based on forwarding identifiers that act simultaneously as path designators and capabilities, effectively allowing the forwarding nodes along the path to enforce a security policy where only explicitly authorized packets are forwarded. Expand
Cardigan: SDN distributed routing fabric going live at an Internet exchange
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Cardigan -a distributed router using OpenFlow- is built and deployed at a public Internet exchange and suggests the viability of mixed device environments despite the limitations of early OpenFlow implementations. Expand
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