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|Title:||The Bi-Mesh Survivable Network – Fast Recovery from Node Failure in MPLS enabled Networks|
|Citation:||Proceedings of ATNAC, Australian Telecommuncation Networks and Applications Conference, 2006; paper 86|
|Part of:||ATNAC, Australian Telecommuncation Networks and Applications Conference, 2006 : proceedings, Melbourne 4-6 December 2006.|
|Publisher:||University of Melbourne|
|Conference Name:||Australian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference 2006 (Dec. 4-6 : Melbourne, Aust.)|
|Abstract:||Today’s converged networks are increasingly based on MPLS technology. To provide reliable carrier-grade service, MPLS-based recovery procedures must be able to quickly address any link or node failure. Current standardized MPLS fast recovery mechanisms cannot cope with egress node failure. We present a dual plane core network architecture, a path naming convention and a simple recovery mechanism that together can remove that fundamental limitation.|
|Keywords:||MPLS; fast re-route; node failure; survivability|
|Appears in Collections:||Applied Mathematics publications|
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