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  1. A Challenge:Modeling the Dynamics of the Inter-domain Routing in the Internet Timothy G. Griffin Matthew Roughan Computer Laboratory School of Mathematical Sciences University of Cambridge University of Adelaide, Australia timothy.griffin@cl.cam.ac.uk matthew.roughan@adelaide.edu.au http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~tgg22/ http://www.maths.adelaide.edu.au Mathematics for Networks Workshop QMUL March 23 2005

  2. Architecture of Dynamic Routing IGP EGP (= BGP) AS 1 IGP IGP = Interior Gateway Protocol Metric based: OSPF, IS-IS, RIP, EIGRP (cisco) AS 2 EGP = Exterior Gateway Protocol Policy based: BGP The Routing Domain of BGP is the entire Internet

  3. BGP Operations : Hard State Protocol Establish session on TCP port 179 AS1 BGP session Exchange all active routes AS2 While connection is ALIVE exchange route UPDATE messages Exchange incremental updates

  4. How Many ASNs are Being Used Today? Jan 11, 2005 Thanks to Geoff Huston: http://www.potaroo.net/

  5. How Many Prefixes are Being Routed Today? Jan 11, 2005 From AS 4637: Reach Network

  6. Data Collection: GNU Zebra router router BGP sessions router Zebra Box BGP sessions router

  7. RIPE Routing Information Service http://www.ripe.net/ris rrc00.ripe.net at RIPE NCC, Amsterdam, collects default free routing updates from peers. From October 1999. rrc01.ripe.net at LINX, London. Collects route updates announced by LINX members. From July 2000. rrc02.ripe.net at SFINX, Paris. Collects route updates announced by SFINX members . From March 2001. rrc03.ripe.net at AMS-IX, Amsterdam. Collects route updates announced by AMS-IX members. From January 2001. rrc04.ripe.net at CIXP, Geneva. Collects route updates announced by CIXP members. From April 2001. rrc05.ripe.net at VIX, Vienna. Collects route updates announced by VIX members. From June 2001. rrc06.ripe.net at Otemachi, Japan. Collects route updates announced by JPIX members. From August 2001. rrc07.ripe.net in Stockholm, Sweden. Collects route updates announced by the NETNOD members. From April 2002. rrc08.ripe.net at San Jose (CA), USA. Collects route updates announced by the MAE-WEST members. From May 2002. rrc09.ripe.net at Zurich, Switzerland. Collected route updates announced by the TIX members. From May 2003 to until early Feb 2004. rrc10.ripe.net at Milan, Italy. Collects route updates announced by the MIX members. From Nov 2003. rrc11.ripe.net at New York (NY), USA. Collects route updates announced by the NYIIX members. From Feb 2004. rrc12.ripe.net at Frankfurt, Germany. Collects route updates announced by the DE-CIX members. From Jul 2004.

  8. University of Oregon Route Views Projecthttp://antc.uoregon.edu/route-views Participants AOL (NoVa) through AS1668 APAN (tpr2-tokyo) through AS7660 ATT (SFO) through AS7018 Abilene (Indiana) through AS11537 Accretive (PAO) through AS11608 Accretive (SEA) through AS11608 Army Research Lab through AS13 Broadwing (ADDS) through AS6395 Broadwing (MAE-EAST) through AS6395 Broadwing (MAE-WEST) through AS6395 C&W USA (Santa Clara) through AS3561 COMindico (AU) through AS9942 Carrier1 (NYC) through AS8918 EBONE (EU) through AS1755 ELI (MAE-EAST) through AS5650 ELI (MAE-WEST) through AS5650 EPOCH (PAIX) through AS4565 ESnet (GA) through AS293 France Telecom (NYC) through AS5511 GLOBIX (LINX) through AS4513 GLOBIX (New York) through AS4513 GLOBIX (Chicago) through AS4513 GLOBIX (Palo Alto) through AS4513 GT Group Tel (Toronto,CA) through AS6539 Genuity (Palo Alto) through AS1 GlobalCrossing (PAIX) through AS3549 IAGnet (Chicago) through AS267 IIJ (Japan) through AS2497 ISC (Palo Alto) through AS3557 Intermedia (MAE-EAST) through AS2548 JINX (Johannesburg) through AS2905 Jippii (ESPANIX/Spain) through AS8782 LINX (London) through AS5459 Level3 (Denver) through AS3356 MFN/AboveNet (MAE-WEST) through AS6461 MFS/MAE-lab (San Jose) through AS6066 Nacamar (Frankfurt) through AS3257 Netrail (MAE-WEST) through AS4006 Port80 (Stockholm) through AS16150 RCN (PAIX) through AS6079 RCN (VA) through AS6079 RIPE NCC (Amsterdam) through AS3333 STARTAP (Chicago) through AS10764 Sprint (Stockton) through AS1239 Telefonica (New York) through AS12956 Teleglobe (London,UK) through AS8297 Teleglobe (PAIX) through AS6453 Telstra (Sydney,AU) through AS1221 TELUS (Toronto) through AS852 TouchAmerica () through AS19092 Verio () through AS2914 Verio () through AS2914 WCI Cable (Hillboro, OR) through AS14608 Williams (San Francisco) through AS7911 Williams (San Francisco) through AS7911 X0 (Bay Area) through AS2828 Zocalo (Berkeley) through AS715 blackrose.org (Ann Arbor) through AS234 netINS (Des Moines) through AS5056 Many streams since 2001

  9. Reading the Data www.mrtd.net route_btoa translates binary to ASCII

  10. BGP Update Streams Data from rrc01.ripe.net (LINX, London)

  11. A Closer Look …

  12. High Variability

  13. A Closer Look …

  14. … 1000 Second Bins

  15. Look At BGP Table Size table size

  16. A Closer Look … table size

  17. Another Example: Christmas Eve!

  18. A Closer Look …

  19. High Variability, Again

  20. … 1000 Second Bins

  21. And Table Size

  22. The Challenge Can we develop rigorous stochastic models for • the generation of BGP updates? • the propagation of BGP updates? • observed BGP update streams? • correlations between multiple data streams? • anomaly detection? • improving protocol design?

  23. This will not be easy… • Data is complex • BGP topology is not known • BGP policies are secret • Implementation matters • A network of BGP speakers acts like a large network of Communicating Finite State Machines ---- so is a large finite state transducer

  24. A set of BGP speakers as a Communicating Finite State Machine

  25. The FSM at node 4

  26. The FSM at node 5

  27. One announce/delete at node 1can produce 52 possible outputs at node 5

  28. Implementation Does Matter! stateless withdraws widely deployed stateful withdraws widely deployed Thanks to Abha Ahuja and Craig Labovit for this plot.

  29. A few useful links… Real-time Global Routing Metrics http://www.nanog.org/mtg-0402/ogielski.html BGP Beacons http://www.psg.com/~zmao/BGPBeacon.html http://www.ripe.net/ris/docs/beacon.html What is the sound of one route flapping? http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~mili/workshop2002/slides/griffin_dartmouth_20020723.pdf