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Circuits, Communications and Systems, Pacific-Asia Conference on (2009)
Chengdu, China
May 16, 2009 to May 17, 2009
ISBN: 978-0-7695-3614-9
pp: 74-77
Aiming at the RIP (Routing Information Protocol) can’t dealing with network failures effectively, causing significant forwarding discontinuity after a failure. The drawback with this protocol is that it need to trade off routing stability and forwarding continuity. To improve failure resiliency without jeopardizing routing stability, we propose a fast local rerouting based on RIP called FR-RIP. The new scheme extend the RIP protocol and have three features: (1) deal with the failure of simultaneous failures of multiple arbitrary links; (2) improves service availability without jeopardizing routing stability; (3) use it does not cause a forwarding loop. The new scheme suppression of its failure notification under FR-RIP (Fast Reroute Mechanism for RIP Protocol) provides better stability and availability, meanwhile the authors proved that it always finds a loop-free path to a destination if one such path exists. Simulations performed show that FR-RIP can dealing with the simultaneous failures of multiple arbitrary links effectively.
RIP protocols; local rerouting; backup node component

W. Chen, J. Zhang, Y. Guo and B. Wang, "A Fast Reroute Mechanism for RIP Protocol," 2009 Pacific-Asia Conference on Circuits, Communications and Systems (PACCS 2009)(PACCS), Chengdu, 2009, pp. 74-77.
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