Vers des r\'eflecteurs de routes plus intelligents

Sun, 04/01/2007 - 01:54 by Damien Leroy


BGP est le protocole de routage interdomaine actuellement utilisé dans l’Internet. Au sein d’un système autonome, les routes interdomaines sont souvent distribuées par le biais de réflecteurs de routes BGP. Dans cet article, nous montrons qu’en ajoutant de l’intelligence dans les réflecteurs de routes, il est possible de fournir des services utiles dans les gros réseaux IP. Nous présentons d’abord un premier exemple d’utilisation des réflecteurs de routes intelligents pour réagir aux pannes de liens de session BGP. Le second exemple d’ utilisation des réflecteurs de routes intelligents montre leurs bénéfices pour les VPN BGP/MPLS entre systèmes autonomes.

S. Uhlig, C. Pelsser, B. Quoitin and O. Bonaventure
Colloque Francophone sur l'Ingénierie des Protocoles (CFIP 2005), Bordeaux, France, March 29-April 1st 2005.
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