|When:||Wednesday, 29 February 2012|
|Time:||14:00 - 15:30 (UTC +5:30)|
|Where:||Friendship Lounge 1 & 2|
|Chair:||Tomoya Yoshida, NTT Communications|
Living with the ever-growing BGP table : an OCN story
ISPs have to cope not only with the enormous traffic grow, but also with the increase in the number of full routes, which might cause unstable network behavior. If the current pace continues, several problems such as RIB/FIB space shortage and longer routing convergence time may arise.
RCMD: a solution for Routing Convergence Measurement and Diagnosis
Clarence Filsfils, Cisco Systems
Significant improvements in routing convergence have been made over the last 5 years: IGP convergence in a few 100's of msecs, IGP FRR (Loop Free Alternate), BGP FRR (BGP Prefix Independent Convergence), MoFRR (Multicast FRR), MLDP FRR. These have been proven in the lab, under large-scale stress situation.
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IPv6 research initiatives at ERNET India
ERNET is the first network in the country to be IPv6 ready since 2005. In this presentation, we look at the IPv6 R&D initiatives at ERNET India funded by DIT in the field of Mobile IPv6 testbed for mobility management over heterogeneous network and the 6LoWPAN testbed project.
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