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RE: Re: [RRG] Meeting slot at IETF64
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of xuke
> Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2005 7:18 PM
> To: Pekka Savola
> Cc: Avri Doria; rrg; xuke
> Subject: Re: Re: [RRG] Meeting slot at IETF64
> >On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, xuke wrote:
> >> First, hierarchical structure combined with multipath routing, in
> >> which hierarchical structure solving scalability and stability
> >> problem and multipath satisfying the need of inter-domain routing
> >> traffic engineering. Multipath will ease the control of outgoing
> >> inter-domain traffic and new mechanism may automatic distribute
> >> traffic on multiple routes. Though multipath will add the scale of
> >> BGP routing table, more strict hierarchical structure of
> >> inter-domain routing will confine the addition to a very small
> >> scope.
> >Have you looked at http://arxiv.org/abs/cs.NI/0508021 on the
> >effectiveness of hierarchical routing?
> Yes, I knew this work, but I think our proposal is different
> with it because we combine the multipath in the architecture,
> actually it's our ongoing work, so I'll explain it in details
> after the paper submission. I hope we can finish it before IETF 64.
pls don't forget to send a pointer to this list when your paper
is ready, since multipath has nothing to do with the problems
associated with hierarchical routing on small-world topologies,
or you're talking at a network abstraction level different from
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