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Locator/Id Split Protocol Improvement for High-Availability Environment

Originální název

Locator/Id Split Protocol Improvement for High-Availability Environment

Anglický název

Locator/Id Split Protocol Improvement for High-Availability Environment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Locator/Id Split Protocol is currently discussed alternative that should aid traditional IP with cumbersome device mobility or more importantly with default-free zone routing table growth due to the increased demand for multihoming and traffic engineering. This work outlines LISP and its properties for high-availability environments employing first hop redundancy protocols. Paper also suggests LISP improvement for map-cache synchronization that should impact its routing performance. For this cause, two new simulation models (LISP and VRRP) are introduced that are fully RFC compliant in its behavior.

Anglický abstrakt

Locator/Id Split Protocol is currently discussed alternative that should aid traditional IP with cumbersome device mobility or more importantly with default-free zone routing table growth due to the increased demand for multihoming and traffic engineering. This work outlines LISP and its properties for high-availability environments employing first hop redundancy protocols. Paper also suggests LISP improvement for map-cache synchronization that should impact its routing performance. For this cause, two new simulation models (LISP and VRRP) are introduced that are fully RFC compliant in its behavior.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT119831,
  author="Vladimír {Veselý} and Ondřej {Ryšavý}",
  title="Locator/Id Split Protocol Improvement for High-Availability Environment",
  annote="Locator/Id Split Protocol is currently discussed alternative that should aid
traditional IP with cumbersome device mobility or more importantly with
default-free zone routing table growth due to the increased demand for
multihoming and traffic engineering. This work outlines LISP and its properties
for high-availability environments employing first hop redundancy protocols.
Paper also suggests LISP improvement for map-cache synchronization that should
impact its routing performance. For this cause, two new simulation models (LISP
and VRRP) are introduced that are fully RFC compliant in its behavior.",
  address="The International Academy, Research and Industry Association",
  booktitle="Proceedings of The Eleventh International Conference on Networking and Services  ICNS 2015",
  chapter="119831",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The International Academy, Research and Industry Association",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="61--67",
  publisher="The International Academy, Research and Industry Association",
  type="conference paper"
}