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Recent studies have shown that the primitives, that govern the interactions between routing protocol instances, are pervasively deployed in enterprise networks and the Internet but are extremely vulnerable to routing anomalies, including route oscillations and forwarding loops. This paper proposes a general theory for reasoning about routing properties across multiple routing instances. The theory is directly applicable to both link-state and vector routing protocols. Each routing protocol still makes independent routing decisions and may consider a variety of routing metrics, such as bandwidth, delay, cost, and reliability.
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