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Finishing flows quickly with preemptive scheduling
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We propose Preemptive Distributed Quick (PDQ) flow scheduling, a protocol designed to complete flows quickly and meet flow deadlines. Expand
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VeriFlow: verifying network-wide invariants in real time
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We present a preliminary design, VeriFlow, a layer between a software-defined networking controller and network devices that checks for network-wide invariant violations dynamically as each forwarding rule is inserted. Expand
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Virtual ring routing: network routing inspired by DHTs
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This paper presents Virtual Ring Routing (VRR), a new network routing protocol that occupies a unique point in the design space. Expand
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Floodless in seattle: a scalable ethernet architecture for large enterprises
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This paper describes an alternative network architecture called SEATTLE that achieves the best of both worlds: The scalability of IP combined with the simplicity of Ethernet. Expand
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ROFL: routing on flat labels
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In this paper we take an initial stab at this challenge, proposing and analyzing our ROFL routing algorithm. Expand
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Design and implementation of a routing control platform
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The routers in an Autonomous System (AS) must distribute the information they learn about how to reach external destinations. Expand
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The Tangled Web of Password Reuse
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We investigate for the first time how an attacker can leverage a known password from one site to more easily guess that user's password at other sites. Expand
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Virtual ring routing: network routing inspired by DHTs
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This paper presents Virtual Ring Routing (VRR), a new network routing protocol that occupies a unique point in the design space. Expand
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Achieving convergence-free routing using failure-carrying packets
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We propose Failure-Carrying Packets (FCP) that allows data packets to autonomously discover a working path without requiring completely up todate state in routers. Expand
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HLP: a next generation inter-domain routing protocol
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This paper describes a hybrid link-state and path-vector protocol called HLP as an alternative to BGP that has vastly better scalability, isolation and convergence properties. Expand
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