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Interdomain routing is the glue that holds together the disparate networks of the Internet. However, scalability constraints force individual networks to only have a local view of the Internet's routing state. This lack of global view hinders the troubleshooting of Internet routing problems and limits the routing choices of network operators. In this paper, the authors propose a p2p-based infrastructure for the Internet-wide management of interdomain routing. Peers dispersed in various Internet sites collect information from the participating networks and exchange knowledge in the event of a routing problem.
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