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Making CDN and ISP Routings Symbiotic
2011 31st International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems
Internet Service Providers (ISPs) route traffic at the IP layer with the preference of less inter-carrier payments while Content Distribution Networks (CDNs) route traffic at the application layer with the preference of better application performance. Such mismatch of routing preferences leads to conflicts that eventually result in higher operational cost for both ISPs and CDNs. In this paper, we propose to make CDN and ISP routing mutually beneficial through ISP's non-uniform bandwidthdoi:10.1109/icdcs.2011.89 dblp:conf/icdcs/KhareZ11 fatcat:xfcbj3vetvb5zfhywllg5xez3i