Skip to Content
[CAIDA - Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis logo]
Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis > publications : papers : 2012 : bgp-traceroute_report
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and Traceroute Data Workshop Report
k. claffy, "Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and Traceroute Data Workshop Report", ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review (CCR), vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 28--31, Jul 2012.

Final Report of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and Traceroute Data Workshop in La Jolla, California, August 2011.

|   View full paper:    PDF    DOI    Related Workshop    |  Citation:    BibTeX    Resource Catalog   |

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and Traceroute Data Workshop Report

kc claffy

CAIDA, San Diego Supercomputer Center, University of California San Diego

On Monday, 22 August 2011, CAIDA hosted a one-day workshop to discuss scalable measurement and analysis of BGP and traceroute topology data, and practical applications of such data analysis including tracking of macroscopic censorship and filtering activities on the Internet. Discussion topics included: the surprisingly stability in the number of BGP updates over time; techniques for improving measurement and analysis of inter-domain routing policies; an update on Colorado State's BGPMon instrumentation; using BGP data to improve the interpretation of traceroute data, both for real-time diagnostics (e.g., AS traceroute) and for large-scale topology mapping; using both BGP and traceroute data to support detection and mapping infrastructure integrity, including different types of of filtering and censorship; and use of BGP data to analyze existing and proposed approaches to securing the interdomain routing system. This report briefly summarizes the presentations and discussions that followed.

Keywords: measurement methodology, workshop report
  Last Modified: Tue Nov-17-2020 04:47:14 UTC
  Page URL: