Jinyan Cao

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—The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the single inter-domain routing protocol that enables network operators within each autonomous system (AS) to influence routing decisions by independently setting local policies on route filtering and selection. This independence leads to fragile networking and makes analysis of policy configurations very complex. To(More)
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the single inter-domain routing protocol that enables network operators within each autonomous system (AS) to influence routing decisions by independently setting local policies on route filtering and selection. This independence leads to fragile networking and makes analysis of policy configurations very complex. To aid(More)
Today's inter-domain routing protocol, the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), is increasingly complicated and fragile due to policy misconfiguration by individual autonomous systems (ASes). Existing configuration analysis techniques are either manual and tedious, or do not scale beyond a small number of nodes due to the state explosion problem. To aid the(More)
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