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Router virtualization enables multiple virtual routers to be hosted on a physical shared substrate, and hence facilitates network management and experimentation. One critical issue of router virtualization is resource allocation of virtual routers. We explore this issue in the user-space design in order to allow extensibility. We develop a user-space loadaware virtual router monitor (LVRM) atop a commodity multicore architecture, with a key feature that it can dynamically manage CPU coredoi:10.1109/icppw.2011.16 dblp:conf/icppw/ChoiL11 fatcat:6k75jbszkvhhdb22klqstcet64