Iuniana Oprescu

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HTTP/2 is the next generation of the HTTP protocol, and as such, it is supposed to solve past issues and to bring improved performances. Through thorough experiments, we try to bring reliable figures on this new version of the protocol. To do this, we adopt a methodological approach, taking newly introduced features into consideration: compression,(More)
The Internet is organized as a collection of networks called Autonomous Systems (ASes). The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the glue that connects these administrative domains. Communication is thus possible between users worldwide and each network is responsible of sharing reachability information to peers through BGP. Protocol extensions are periodically(More)
The Internet is organized as a collection of administrative domains, known as Autonomous Systems (ASes). These ASes interact through the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) that allows them to share reachability information. Adjacent routers in distinct ASes use external BGP (eBGP), whereas in a given AS routes are propagated over internal BGP (iBGP) sessions(More)
In this paper we propose dVirt, a distributed virtualized infrastructure enabling network operators to better grasp the routing mechanisms and anticipate network behavior. dVirt offers an emulated layer 2 connectivity that allows accurate simulation of IP routing and protocol dynamics. Using virtualization and Quagga routing software, we achieve scalable(More)
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