End to End Routing Behavior in the Internet. Vern Paxson Network Research Group Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory University of California, Berkeley. Presented by Shreeram Sahasrabudhe (sas4). Goal. Trying to answer questions like
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Network Research Group
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
University of California, Berkeley
Presented by Shreeram Sahasrabudhe (sas4)
40000 end-to-end route measurements using repeated
“traceroutes” between 37 Internet sites in 1994 & 1995
Persistence: Given that we observed a router r at time t, how long before that route is likely to have changed.
What is the chance of observing a route for at least a week= 90%