Designing BGP-based outbound traffic engineering techniques for stub ASes

@article{Uhlig2004DesigningBO,
  title={Designing BGP-based outbound traffic engineering techniques for stub ASes},
  author={Steve Uhlig and Olivier Bonaventure},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={89-106}
}
Today, most multi-connected autonomous systems (AS) need to control the flow of their interdomain traffic for both performance and economical reasons. This is usually done by manually tweaking the BGP configurations of the routers on an error-prone trial-and-error basis. In this paper, we demonstrate that designing systematic BGP-based traffic engineering techniques for stub ASes are possible. Our approach to solve this traffic engineering problem is to allow the network operator to define… CONTINUE READING

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