Ondrej Rysavy

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Network designers perform challenging tasks with so many configuration options that it is often hard or even impossible for a human to predict all potentially dangerous situations. In this paper, we introduce a formal method approach for verification of security constraints on networks with dynamic routing protocols in use. A unifying model based on(More)
—Formal verification and validation techniques such as model checking are not widely used in computer networks. These methods are very useful to identify configuration errors, identify design problems and predict network behaviours under different network conditions. This paper describes the two main components of the formal verification process, formal(More)
Routing and switching capabilities of computer networks seem as the closed environment containing a limited set of deployed protocols, which nobody dares to change. The majority of wired network designs are stuck with OSPF (guaranteeing dynamic routing exchange on network layer) and RSTP (securing loop-free data-link layer topology). Recently, more use-case(More)
—Recursive InterNetwork Architecture is a clean-slate approach to how to deal with the current issues of the Internet based on the traditional TCP/IP networking stack. Instead of using a fixed number of layers with dedicated functionality, RINA proposes a single generic layer with programmable functionality that may be recursively stacked. We introduce a(More)