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Using Proximity Information between BitTorrent Peers: An Extensive Study of Effects on Internet Traffic Distribution
International Journal on Advances in Systems and Measurements
Peer-to-Peer file sharing generates by far the most Internet traffic reaching up to 70 % in some regions of the world. These data volumes pose a significant challenge to In-ternet Service Providers regarding traffic engineering. Because Peer-to-Peer routing is usually agnostic of the underlying topol-ogy, traffic engineering abilities of Internet Service Providers are inhibited and their core networks are overburdened with Peer-to-Peer data. To disburden Internet Service Providers' corefatcat:ngofkkxjtfgqzjnjyxlntjxyba