[e2e] Internet path dynamics
marcel at end2end.l.wanda.ch
Thu Nov 4 07:46:02 PST 2004
the ones I know are due to personal communications and seem to be based
on informal sources or close personal contacts with ISPs. As such, there
is really nothing public I can point you to, sorry.
Dmitri Krioukov wrote:
>could you please point me to the igp-monitoring studies?
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>>[mailto:end2end-interest-bounces at postel.org]On Behalf Of Marcel
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>>Subject: Re: [e2e] Internet path dynamics
>>I am looking for data on how frequently the actual routing path changes.
>>I am aware of studies that infer BGP AS route changes and those that
>>monitor OSPF messages, but for our work, we would be interested in the
>>rate of change to the set of routers on an end-to-end path.
>>As I do not want to flood arbitrary sites with constant traceroutes (see
>>the "probing and laws" thread) nor limit myself to skewed subsets (such
>>as PlanetLab), I would appreciate pointers to existing data sets.
>>>You may find:
>>> On the Constancy of Internet Path Properties
>>> Y. Zhang, N. Duffield, V. Paxson, and S. Shenker
>>> Proc. ACM SIGCOMM Internet Measurement Workshop, November 2001.
>>>of interest in this regard.
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