[rrg] ANRP winner talk on BGP in IRTFOPEN

"Eggert, Lars" <lars@netapp.com> Sun, 28 July 2013 11:11 UTC

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Hi,

the following talk by ANRP 2013 prize winner Laurent Vanbever is probably of interest to some routing folks. The talk will start at approx. 10:00AM on Tuesday:

>    *** LAURENT VANBEVER *** for proposing a framework to allow seamless
>    BGP reconfigurations:
> 
>        Stefano Vissicchio, Laurent Vanbever, Cristel Pelsser, Luca
>        Cittadini, Pierre Francois and Olivier Bonaventure. Improving
>        Network Agility with Seamless BGP Recon´Čügurations. Proc. IEEE/ACM
>        Transactions on Networking (TON), To Appear.
> 
>        Changing the BGP configuration is a common (sometimes,
>        daily) event in many networks. What is often forgotten
>        though is that any of such changes can create routing and
>        forwarding anomalies - even when best current practices are
>        applied. In this presentation, we describe how to deploy a
>        new BGP configuration, with no impact on data-plane traffic,
>        by leveraging the ability of BGP routers to run two
>        independent control-planes.

Lars