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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

An Inconvenient Prefix: Is Routing Table Pollution Causing DataCenter Warming?
Meeting: NANOG50
Date / Time: 2010-10-04 2:30pm - 3:00pm
This item is webcast
Room: Ellington
Presenters: Speakers:
Richard Steenbergen, nLayer Communication.
Abstract: We all see the size of the global routing table constantly growing, but what is really behind the number of prefixes being announced? A knee jerk answer is "more people on the internet", or "intentional deaggregation for policy reasons", but does this really explain it? How much of the routing table size is caused by unintentional configurations, or slow growth allocations? Can we do a better job of identifying these route sources by looking at common BGP attributes rather than simple route aggregation techniques (which often miss "holes" in otherwise aggregatable large blocks)? And is IPv6 really helping to improve this issue and reduce routing table size, or are people just making the same mistakes all over again.
Files: youtubeAn Inconvenient Prefix: Is Routing Table Pollution Causing DataCenter Warming?
pdfSteenbergen(PDF)
Sponsors: None.

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    Moderators:
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    Speakers:
    Zied Ben Houidi, France Telecom R&D Orange Labs; Srikanth Sundaresan, Georgia Tech; Vyautus Valancius, Georgia Institute of Technology;
  • Track: OpenFlow
    Speakers:
    Nick McKeownStanford University; .
    Matt Davy, Indiana University; Chris Tracy, ESnet;
  • Track: Research Forum
    Moderators:
    Lixia ZhangUCLA; .
    Speakers:
    Zied Ben Houidi, France Telecom R&D Orange Labs; Srikanth Sundaresan, Georgia Tech; Vyautus Valancius, Georgia Institute of Technology;
  • Track: Research Forum
    Moderators:
    Lixia ZhangUCLA; .
    Speakers:
    Zied Ben Houidi, France Telecom R&D Orange Labs; Srikanth Sundaresan, Georgia Tech; Vyautus Valancius, Georgia Institute of Technology;
  • Track: OpenFlow
    Speakers:
    Nick McKeownStanford University; .
    Matt Davy, Indiana University; Chris Tracy, ESnet;
  • Track: Research Forum
    Moderators:
    Lixia ZhangUCLA; .
    Speakers:
    Zied Ben Houidi, France Telecom R&D Orange Labs; Srikanth Sundaresan, Georgia Tech; Vyautus Valancius, Georgia Institute of Technology;
  • Track: OpenFlow
    Speakers:
    Nick McKeownStanford University; .
    Matt Davy, Indiana University; Chris Tracy, ESnet;
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    Speakers:
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    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc.; .
    Martin HanniganThe Iceland Guy; .
  • Lightning Talks
    Speakers:
    Saleem BhattiUniversity of St. Andrews; .
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc.; .
    Martin HanniganThe Iceland Guy; .
  • Lightning Talks
    Speakers:
    Saleem BhattiUniversity of St. Andrews; .
    Tom DalyDynamic Network Services, Inc.; .
    Martin HanniganThe Iceland Guy; .
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    Speakers:
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    Duane Wessels, VeriSign; Wes Hardaker, SPARTA/Cobham; Mehmet AkcinICANN; .
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    Speakers:
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  • Track: Tools
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    Pat Pannuto, Merit Network;
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    Pat Pannuto, Merit Network;
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    Pat Pannuto, Merit Network;

 

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