An analysis of BGP multiple origin AS (MOAS) conflicts

  title={An analysis of BGP multiple origin AS (MOAS) conflicts},
  author={Xiaoliang Zhao and Dan Pei and Lan Wang and Daniel Massey and Allison Mankin and Shyhtsun Felix Wu and Lixia Zhang},
  booktitle={Internet Measurement Workshop},
This paper presents a detailed study of BGP Multiple Origin AS (MOAS) conflicts observed in the Internet. A MOAS conflict occurs when a particular prefix appears to originate from more than one AS. We analyzed data from archived BGP routing tables over 1279 days. Most of the conflicts were short-lived, lasting only a small number of days. The potential causes for the MOAS conflicts and impact on BGP fault-tolerance are discussed in detail. 
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