Negotiation-Based Routing Between Neighboring ISPs

@inproceedings{Mahajan2005NegotiationBasedRB,
  title={Negotiation-Based Routing Between Neighboring ISPs},
  author={Ratul Mahajan and David Wetherall and Thomas E. Anderson},
  booktitle={NSDI},
  year={2005}
}
We explore negotiation as the basis for cooperation between competing entities, for the specific case of routing between two neighboring ISPs. Interdomain routing is often driven by self-interest and based on a limited view of the internetwork, which hurts the stability and efficiency of routing. We present a negotiation framework in which adjacent ISPs share information using coarse preferences and jointly decide the paths for the traffic flows they exchange. Our framework enables pairs of… CONTINUE READING

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