Nettle: A Language for Configuring Routing Networks

@inproceedings{Voellmy2009NettleAL,
  title={Nettle: A Language for Configuring Routing Networks},
  author={Andreas Voellmy and Paul Hudak},
  booktitle={DSL},
  year={2009}
}
Interdomain routing is the task of establishing connectivity among the independently administered networks (called autonomous systems) that constitute the Internet. The protocol used for this task is the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) [1], which allows autonomous systems to independently define their own route preferences and route advertisement policies. By careful design of these BGP policies, autonomous systems can achieve a variety of objectives. Currently available configuration and policy… CONTINUE READING
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