Glenn Robertson

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It has been observed that transient failures are fairly common in IP backbone networks and there have been several proposals based on local rerouting to provide high network availability despite failures. While most of these proposals are effective in handling single failures, they either cause loops or drop packets in the case of multiple independent(More)
—It has been observed that even in well managed networks, failures of links and routers are not uncommon. In order to satisfy the demand for high availability in case of a failure, fast restoration of loop-free forwarding along the optimal paths is imperative for a routing scheme. Failures can be circumvented quickly with local rerouting but packets take(More)
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