Making BGP filtering a habit: Impact on policies
draft-ietf-grow-filtering-threats-03

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Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (grow WG)
Authors Camilo Cardona  , Pierre Francois  , Paolo Lucente 
Last updated 2015-02-05 (latest revision 2014-08-04)
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Abstract

This document describes how unexpected traffic flows can emerge across an autonomous system, as the result of other autonomous systems filtering, or restricting the propagation of overlapping prefixes. We provide a review of the techniques to detect the occurrence of this issue and defend against it.

Authors

Camilo Cardona (juancamilo.cardona@imdea.org)
Pierre Francois (pierre.francois@imdea.org)
Paolo Lucente (plucente@cisco.com)

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