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One of the main concerns on SDN is relative to its ability to quickly react to network failures, while limiting both the control-plane overhead and the additional forwarding state kept by data-plane devices. Despite its practical importance, this concern is often overlooked in OpenFlow-based proposals. In this paper, we propose a new architecture, called IBSDN, in which a distributed routing protocol flanks OpenFlow to improve network robustness, reaction to failures, and controllerdoi:10.1109/cnsm.2014.7014149 dblp:conf/cnsm/TilmansV14 fatcat:k6xdpdzagvfcpb2rs7zmuhddhq