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    • Advantages of a PCE-based control plane for LISP 

      Castro Casales, Alberto; Germán Duarte, Martín; Gagliano Molla, Roque; Grampin Castro, Eduardo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Yannuzzi, Marcelo (ACM Press. Association for Computing Machinery, 2008)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      The Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol (LISP) is one of the candidate solutions to address the scalability issues in inter-domain routing. The current proposals for its control plane (e.g., ALT, CONS, NERD) have various ...
    • 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)
      Article
      Open Access
      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 ...
    • The Minimum Coincidence Routing Approach in Wavelength-Routed Optical WDM Networks 

      Grampin Castro, Eduardo; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Germán Duarte, Martín; Castro Casales, Alberto; Marín Tordera, Eva; Serral Gracià, René; Sánchez López, Sergio; Yannuzzi, Marcelo; Gagliano Molla, Roque (IEEE Computer Society Publications, 2009)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      Management is a critical issue in optical networks. Highly impacting in management, routing in optical networks, is often decoupled into both the path selection and the wavelength assignment problems. In the former, ...
    • Understanding IPv4 prefix de-aggregation: challenges for routing scalability 

      Gagliano Molla, Roque; Grampin Castro, Eduardo; Baliosian, Javier; Masip Bruin, Xavier; Yannuzzi, Marcelo (IEEE Computer Society Publications, 2009)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      The Internet has become a vast and complex infrastructure. One of the aspects of deeper concern in the community is routing scalability, which involves both the size and dynamics of the global Internet routing table. ...