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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

IP Fast Reroute: Overview and Things We Are Struggling to Solve
Meeting: NANOG33
Date / Time: 2005-01-31 1:50pm - 2:55pm
Room: Pavilion 9
Presenters: Speakers:

Dave Ward, Cisco Systems

Dave Ward is a Distinguished Engineer and software geek at Cisco Systems. He is the software architect for IOS-XR, Cisco\'s next-generation operating system, and co-system architect of the CRS-1 multi-terabit router. Dave is also the chair of the IS-IS, HIP and BFD Working Groups at the IETF, and a member of the IETF-ITU ASON design committee. <A HREF=\"http://bgp.nu/~dward/IPFRR/IPFRR_overview_NANOG.pdf\">http://bgp.nu/~dward/IPFRR/IPFRR_overview_NANOG.pdf</A>

Alia Atlas, Avici

Alia Atlas is a Consulting Software Engineer and manager for Avici Systems. Her current interests include MPLS, QoS, and protection mechanisms for IP and MPLS. She is the project lead for the RAPID, Avici\'s implementation of IP/LDP Fast-Reroute. She is a co-author of several IP Fast-Reroute Internet-Drafts and the RSVP-TE Fast-Reroute Internet-Draft, and an active member of the IETF Routing Area Working Group design team on micro-forwarding loop prevention. Prior to joining Avici Systems, Alia was a network scientist in the GTE BBN Technologies Department of Internetwork Research. At BBN, she focused on router architectures for QoS and traffic engineering. Alia holds patents in the area of protection mechanisms for IP networks. She holds a B.S.E.E. from MIT and a Masters and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Boston University, where she focused on real-time systems.
Abstract: IP Fast ReRoute is an emerging technology trying to rapidly repair failure conditions in IP/MPLS networks. This presentation will give an overview of some of the different techniques that have emerged and provide a comparison with MPLS FRR. IP fast-reroute can provide resilience in the event of a failure by quickly (
Files: youtubeIP Fast Reroute: Overview and Things We Are Struggling to Solve
Sponsors: None.

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