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A content-centric network is one which supports host-to-content routing, rather than the host-to-host routing of the existing Internet. This paper investigates the potential of caching data at the router-level in content-centric networks. To achieve this, two measurement sets are combined to gain an understanding of the potential caching benefits of deploying content-centric protocols over the current Internet topology. The first set of measurements is a study of the BitTorrent network, whichdoi:10.1109/icccn.2012.6289181 dblp:conf/icccn/TysonKMEMT12 fatcat:rc2gqhhuarcrtmfra6tqwea7uy