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Computing backup forwarding rules in Software-Defined Networks

@article{Adrichem2016ComputingBF,
  title={Computing backup forwarding rules in Software-Defined Networks},
  author={Niels L. M. van Adrichem and Farabi Muhammad Iqbal and Fernando A. Kuipers},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1605.09350}
}
The past century of telecommunications has shown that failures in networks are prevalent. Although much has been done to prevent failures, network nodes and links are bound to fail eventually. Failure recovery processes are therefore needed. Failure recovery is mainly influenced by (1) detection of the failure, and (2) circumvention of the detected failure. However, especially in SDNs where controllers recompute network state reactively, this leads to high delays. Hence, next to primary rules… CONTINUE READING

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