Realistic interdomain routing simulations with C-BGP

Wed, 09/09/2009 - 00:55 by Olivier Bonaventure • Categories:
Bruno Quoitin and Cristel Pelsser
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Trilogy Future Internet summer school

Abstract:C-BGP is a BGP routing solver. It was developed as an alternative to traditional packet-level simulators for playing with BGP on large scale topologies. C-BGP computes the outcome of the BGP routing decisions based on a fairly detailed description of the layer-3 topology, the interconnection of BGP routers and the BGP routing policies.
In this session, we will first briefly describe the design of C-BGP,
its recent evolution and the kind of experiments it can be used for. In a second time, we will present two different applications of C-BGP: modeling an Internet-like topology and modeling an ISP's backbone network.

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This presentation was recorded during the first Trilogy Future Internet summer school held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium in August 2009. The video and the slides are © Bruno Quoitin and Cristel Pelsser, 2009. Please contact the authors for any republication.