Mobility

Network Resilience Through Multiple Routing Configurations

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Executive Summary

The authors propose the use of Multi-Topology (MT) routing for network resilience against link and node failures. They describe the multi-topologies by an n-dimensional vector of different link costs for all links in the network. It is the base for the calculation of n shortest path trees from any node to all other destinations, i.e. for n virtual routing topologies. They define the link costs in such a way that the routing topologies complement each other in the sense that at least one valid route remains in a single link or node failure scenario for each pair of nodes in at least one routing topology. In such a failure case, packets are rather deviated over the intact routing topology than discarded.

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