PEERING: An AS for Us

@inproceedings{Schlinker2014PEERINGAA,
  title={PEERING: An AS for Us},
  author={Brandon Schlinker and Kyriakos Zarifis and {\'I}talo S. Cunha and Nick Feamster and Ethan Katz-Bassett},
  booktitle={HotNets},
  year={2014}
}
Internet routing suffers from persistent and transient failures, circuitous routes, oscillations, and prefix hijacks. A major impediment to progress is the lack of ways to conduct impactful interdomain research. Most research is based either on passive observation of existing routes, keeping researchers from assessing how the Internet will respond to route or policy changes; or simulations, which are restricted by limitations in our understanding of topology and policy. We propose a new class… CONTINUE READING

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