Extending routers utilisability and life cycle through automated configuration management

Rodríguez, Francisco and Hoerdt, Mickaël and Mathy, Laurent (2009) Extending routers utilisability and life cycle through automated configuration management. In: IP Operations and Management. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 91-103. ISBN 9783642049675

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Abstract

We present the design of a distributed router platform aimed at consolidating multiple hardware routers. The goal of the approach is twofold: firstly decouple the logical routing and forwarding functionality from the limitations of the hardware that runs it, through automated configuration management only; and secondly, give component routers a longer lease of life, as constituting parts of a larger router system. We focus on the logical intra-domain routing function provided by routers, and show the need for a centralized intra-domain route server.

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18 Aug 2012 14:47
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