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MIRO: multi-path interdomain routing

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MIRO: multi-path interdomain routing
The Internet consists of thousands of independent domains with different, and sometimes competing, business interests. However, the current interdomain routing protocol (BGP) limits each router to using a single route for each destination prefix, which may not satisfy the diverse requirements of end users. Recent proposals for source routing offer an alternative where end hosts or edge routers select the end-to-end paths. However, source routing leaves transit domains with very little control and introduces difficult scalability and security challenges. In this paper, we present a multi-path interdomain routing protocol called MIRO that offers substantial flexibility, while giving transit domains control over the flow of traffic through their infrastructure and avoiding state explosion in disseminating reachability information. In MIRO, routers learn default routes through the existing BGP protocol, and arbitrary pairs of domains can negotiate the use of additional paths (bound t...
Wen Xu, Jennifer Rexford
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where SIGCOMM
Authors Wen Xu, Jennifer Rexford
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