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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Internet's inter-domain routeing system has evolved to keep pace with the Internet's rapid growth, from a few co-operatively managed administrative domains to a large number of competetive domains. This growth has brought to light one of the Internet's shortcomings: lack of support for efficient control and management of traffic, particularly between domains. This paper presents an extension to BGP, the inter-domain routeing protocol, that enables congestion to drive route selection anddoi:10.1007/978-3-540-39405-1_28 fatcat:vpclsanlyvbl7emqwkuyhevlva