King: estimating latency between arbitrary internet end hosts

@article{Gummadi2002KingEL,
  title={King: estimating latency between arbitrary internet end hosts},
  author={Krishna P. Gummadi and Stefan Saroiu and Steven D. Gribble},
  journal={Computer Communication Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={11}
}
The ability to estimate network latencies between arbitrary Internet end hosts would enable new measurement studies and applications, such as investigating routing path inefficiencies on a wide-scale or constructing topologically sensitive overlay networks. In this paper we present King, a tool that accurately and quickly estimates the latency between arbitrary end hosts by using recursive DNS queries in a novel way. Compared to previous approaches, King has several advantages. Unlike IDMaps… CONTINUE READING
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