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Towards capturing representative AS-level Internet topologies

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Towards capturing representative AS-level Internet topologies
Abstract--Recent studies concerning the Internet connectivity at the AS level have attracted considerable attention. These studies have exclusively relied on the BGP data from Oregon route-views [1] to derive some unexpected and intriguing results. The Oregon route-views data sets reflect AS peering relationships, as reported by BGP, seen from a handful of vantage points in the global Internet. The possibility that these data sets from Oregon route-views may provide only a very sketchy picture of the complete inter-AS connections that exist in the actual Internet has received surprisingly little scrutiny. In this paper, we will use the term "AS peering relationship" to mean that there is "at least one direct router-level connection" between two existing ASs, and that these two ASs agree to exchange traffic by enabling BGP between them. By augmenting the Oregon route-views data sets with BGP summary information from a large number of Internet Looking Glass sites and ...
Hyunseok Chang, Ramesh Govindan, Sugih Jamin, Scot
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where CN
Authors Hyunseok Chang, Ramesh Govindan, Sugih Jamin, Scott Shenker, Walter Willinger
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