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  • TEFIS: a single access point for conducting multifaceted experiments on heterogeneous test facilities 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Siddiqui, Muhammad Shuaib; Sällström, Annika; Pickering, B.; Serral Gracià, René; Martínez Manzanilla, Anny Gabriela; Chen, W.; Taylor, S.; Benbadis, F.; Leguay, J.; Borrelli, E.; Ormaetxea, I.; Campowsky, K.; Giammatteo, G.; Aristomenopoulos, G.; Papavassiliou, Symeon; Kuczynski, T.; Zielinski, S.; Seigneur, J.M.; Ballester Lafuente, C.; Johansson, J.; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Caria, M.; Ribeiro Junior, J.R.; Salageanu, E.; Latanicki, J. (2014-04-22)
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    A few years ago, an experimental facility composed of networking gear and simulation tools was sufficient for testing the main features of a prototype before the final product could be launched to the Internet market. This ...
  • A survey and taxonomy of ID/Locator Split Architectures 

    Ramirez Almonte, Wilson; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Serral Gracià, René; Martínez Manzanilla, Anny Gabriela; Siddiqui, Muhammad Shuaib (2014-02-26)
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    The IP-based addressing scheme currently supporting the whole routing architecture embeds some well-known limitations that may significantly hinder the deployment of new applications and services on the Internet. Indeed, ...
  • Multi-domain optical routing: Is there life beyond extending BGP? 

    Marín Tordera, Eva; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Serral Gracià, René (2014-01-01)
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    The design of new inter-domain optical routing protocols may start from scratch, or on the contrary exploits all the research already developed in IP networks with the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). Even though the network ...
  • Guest editorial 

    Masip Bruin, Xavier; Orda, Ariel; Duhovnikov, Svetoslav (2013-07)
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  • Prediction-based routing as RWA in multilayer traffic engineering 

    Puype, Bart; Marín Tordera, Eva; Colle, D.; Sánchez López, Sergio; Pickavet, Mario; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Demeester, Piet (2012-04)
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    Multilayer traffic engineering (MLTE) allows coping with ever-increasing and varying traffic demands in IP-over-Optical multilayer networks. It utilizes cross-layer TE (Traffic Engineering) techniques to provision optical ...
  • OBGP+: An improved path-vector protocol for multi-domain optical networks 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Sánchez López, Sergio; Marín Tordera, Eva (2009-04)
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    One of the essential components for the dynamic provisioning of lightpaths across multiple domains is the Routing and Wavelength Assignment (RWA) strategy adopted. The consolidation that path-vector protocols have had in ...
  • Toward a new route control model for multidomain optical networks 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Fabrego, G; Sánchez López, Sergio; Sprintson, A; Orda, A (2008-06)
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    The design of the control plane model for multidomain optical networks poses complex challenges and introduces many open problems. Some initiatives have proposed Optical BGP (OBGP), which is an extension of BGP supporting ...
  • Reducing the effects of routing inaccuracy by means of prediction and an innovative link-state cost 

    Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva; Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Serral Gracià, René; Sánchez López, Sergio (2010-05)
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    The routing inaccuracy problem is one of the major issues impeding the evolution and deployment of Constraint- Based Routing (CBR) techniques. This paper proposes a promising CBR strategy that combines the strengths of ...
  • Improving the Performance of Route Control Middleboxes in a Competitive Environment 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Marín Tordera, Eva; Domingo Pascual, Jordi; Fonte, Alexandre; Monteiro, Edmundo (2008-09)
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    Open Access
    Multihomed subscribers are increasingly adopting intelligent route control solutions to optimize the cost and end-to-end performance of the traffic routed among the different links connecting their networks to the Internet. ...
  • Managing Interdomain Traffic in Latin America: A New Perspective based on LISP 

    Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Grampin Castro, Eduardo; Gagliano Molla, Roque; Castro Casales, Alberto; Germán Duarte, Martín (2009-07)
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    The characteristics of Latin American network infrastructures have global consequences, particularly in the area of interdomain traffic engineering. As an example, Latin America shows the largest de-aggregation factor ...

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