Internet routing instability

@article{Labovitz1998InternetRI,
  title={Internet routing instability},
  author={Craig Labovitz and G. Robert Malan and Farnam Jahanian},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.},
  year={1998},
  volume={6},
  pages={515-528}
}
This paper examines the network interdomain routing information exchanged between backbone service providers at the major US public Internet exchange points. Internet routing instability, or the rapid fluctuation of network reachability information, is an important problem currently facing the Internet engineering community. High levels of network instability can lead to packet loss, increased network latency and time to convergence. At the extreme, high levels of routing instability have led… CONTINUE READING

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