End-to-end signaling and routing for optical IP networks

  title={End-to-end signaling and routing for optical IP networks},
  author={Mark Joseph Francisco and Lambros Pezoulas and Changcheng Huang and I. Larnbadaris},
This paper outlines an approach (called OBGP) of extending the BGP routing protocol to support light path setup and management across an optical network. OBGP is a distributed approach, which gives more control to the edge customer and allows customers to better manage their optical wavelengths. It provides an interdomain routing/signaling solution that integrates heterogeneous domains into an end-toend optical network and can coexist with most of the existing intradomain solutions. OBGP has… CONTINUE READING

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