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In the Internet, with many competing networks each trying to optimise its own bandwidth, a stub network has limited knowledge about user demands, available network resources and routing policies of other networks. This uncertainty makes the task of interdomain traffic engineering for a stub network very challenging. The basic aim of a stub network connected to multiple ISPs (multihomed) is to load balance its traffic among its various edge links. The authors' goal in this paper is to distribute the incoming traffic of a multihomed stub network among its various edge links. The focus is on networks that primarily download traffic from the Internet. Regulating the incoming traffic is difficult since it will require to influence the behaviour of the remote destinations.
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