Path splicing

  title={Path splicing},
  author={Murtaza Motiwala and Megan Elmore and Nick Feamster and Santosh Vempala},
We present path splicing, a new routing primitive that allows network paths to be constructed by combining multiple routing trees ("slices") to each destination over a single network topology. Path splicing allows traffic to switch trees at any hop en route to the destination. End systems can change the path on which traffic is forwarded by changing a small… CONTINUE READING

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