Dan Pei

Shedding Light on the Glue Logic of the Internet Routing Architecture

By: 
Franck Le, Geoffrey G. Xie, Dan Pei, Jia Wang, and Hui Zhang
Appears in: 
CCR October 2008

Recent studies reveal that the routing structures of operational networks are much more complex than a simple BGP/IGP hierarchy, highlighted by the presence of many distinct instances of routing protocols. However, the glue (how routing protocol instances interact and exchange routes among themselves) is still little understood or studied.

A light-weight distributed scheme for detecting ip prefix hijacks in real-time

By: 
Changxi Zheng, Lusheng Ji, Dan Pei, Jia Wang, and Paul Francis
Appears in: 
CCR October 2007

As more and more Internet IP prefix hijacking incidents are being reported, the value of hijacking detection services has become evident. Most of the current hijacking detection approaches monitor IP prefixes on the control plane and detect inconsistencies in route advertisements and route qualities. We propose a different approach that utilizes information collected mostly from the data plane.

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