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Secure Border Gateway Protocol (S-BGP) - Real World Performance and Deployment Issues

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Secure Border Gateway Protocol (S-BGP) - Real World Performance and Deployment Issues
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), which is used to distribute routing information between autonomous systems, is an important component of the Internet’s routing infrastructure. Secure BGP (S-BGP) addresses critical BGP vulnerabilities by providing a scalable means of verifying the authenticity and authorization of BGP control traffic. To facilitate widespread adoption, S-BGP must avoid introducing undue overhead (processing, bandwidth, storage) and must be incrementally deployable, i.e., interoperable with BGP. To provide a proof of concept demonstration, we developed a prototype implementation of S-BGP and deployed it in DARPA’s CAIRN testbed. Real Internet BGP traffic was fed to the testbed routers via replay of a recorded BGP peering session with an ISP’s BGP router. This document describes the results of these experiments – examining interoperability, the efficacy of the S-BGP countermeasures in securing BGP control traffic, and their impact on BGP performance, and thus ...
Stephen T. Kent, Charles Lynn, Joanne Mikkelson, K
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where NDSS
Authors Stephen T. Kent, Charles Lynn, Joanne Mikkelson, Karen Seo
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