The Origin of BGP Duplicates

Abstract : The Border Gateway Protocol propagates routing information accross the Internet in an incremental manner. It only advertises to its peers changes in routing. However, as early as 1998, observations have been made of BGP announcing the same route multiple times, causing router CPU load, memory usage and convergence time higher than expected. In this paper, by performing controlled experiments, we pinpoint multiple causes of duplicates, ranging from the lack of full RIB-Outs to the discrete processing of update messages.
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CoRes 2016, May 2016, Bayonne, France
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David Hauweele, Bruno Quoitin, Cristel Pelsser, Randy Bush. The Origin of BGP Duplicates. CoRes 2016, May 2016, Bayonne, France. <hal-01306457>

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