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Correcting Routing Failures Using Declarative Policies and Argumentation

Authors: Palanivel Andiappan Kodeswaran, Anupam Joshi, Tim Finin, and Filip Perich

Book Title: Seventh USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation

Date: April 28, 2010

Abstract: Many Internet failures are caused by misconfigurations of the BGP routers that manage rout-ing of traffic between domains. The problems are usually due to a combination of human er-rors and the lack of a high-level language for specifying routing policies that can be used to generate router configurations. We describe an implemented approach that uses a declarative language for specifying network-wide routing policies to automatically configure routers and show how it can also be used by software agents to diagnose and correct some networking problems

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Organization: USENIX

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