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Re: Alternative to BGP-4 for multihoming?

  • From: Mr. James W. Laferriere
  • Date: Wed Mar 15 12:54:27 2000


	Hello Andrew ,  Have you heard from anyone (hopefully Mr.
	Van Jacobson) when they/he may release the sources to this
	tool ?  All of the emails to the suggested (which I forget)
	comments/suggestions address go unanswered & afaict unseen .
	I am hoping someone may have heard something .  Tia, JimL

On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, Andrew Bender wrote:
> Gary E. Miller wrote:
> > And I sure hope that HOP count is not used, Singapore has a 
> > mixture of very fast and very slow links to foreign countries 
> > so hop count is a useless measure of "closeness".
> 
> Quite possibly, if used by itself. Dr. Jacobsen's method
> (http://www.caida.org/Pathchar) is a proven strategy that could
> provide some relief here, but may be impractical interactively.
> Then again, isn't any interactive measurement going to be 
> impractical?
> 
> Andrew Bender
> tns-inc.com
> 

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