Jay C. Borkenhagen

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Network operators must have control over the flow of traffic into, out of, and across their networks. However, the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) does not facilitate common traffic engineering tasks, such as balancing load across multiple links to a neighboring AS or directing traffic to a different neighbor. Solving these problems is difficult because the(More)
-The need to transmit large amounts of data over a band-limited channel has led to the development of various data compression schemes. Many of these schemes function by attempting to remove redundancy from the data stream. An unwanted side-effect of this approach is to make the information transfer process more vulnerable to channel noise. Efforts at(More)
The Internet consists of nearly 12,000 autonomous systems (AS’s) that exchange routing information using the Border Gateway<lb>Protocol (BGP). The operators of each network need to have control over the flow of traffic through the AS. However, BGP does<lb>not facilitate common traffic engineering tasks, such as balancing load across multiple links to a(More)
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