Presentation 2006-10-24
A Visualization Tool for Temporal Change of BGP Route Information
Ryo SAKIYAMA, Koji OKAMURA, Youngseok LEE,
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Abstract(in English) BGP (Border Gateway Protocol), a routing protocol between ASes (Autonomous Systems), always selects the stable routes. However, when the network failures occur, the alternative routes will be selected dynamically according to BGP routing policy. These policies are usually very complex because of too many ASes. Therefore, when the alternative routes are to be selected during network failure, it is useful for network operators to present which routes are selected. For this purpose, this paper focuses on the effective visualization tool of BGP route changes. We have verified the usefulness of this tool in QGPOP network.
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Keyword(in English) BGP / AS / Routing Information / visualization
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Conference Date 2006/10/16(1days)
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Title (in English) A Visualization Tool for Temporal Change of BGP Route Information
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Keyword(1) BGP
Keyword(2) AS
Keyword(3) Routing Information
Keyword(4) visualization
1st Author's Name Ryo SAKIYAMA
1st Author's Affiliation Graduate School of Information Science and Electrical Engineering, Kyushu University()
2nd Author's Name Koji OKAMURA
2nd Author's Affiliation Computing and Communications Center, Kyushu University
3rd Author's Name Youngseok LEE
3rd Author's Affiliation Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Chungnam National University
Date 2006-10-24
Paper # IA2006-25
Volume (vol) vol.106
Number (no) 309
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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