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By Yuval Shavitt, Eran Shir and Udi Weinsberg


�ASes are assigned with one or more blocks of IP prefixes and communicate routing information to each other using Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) Type-of-Relationship �ASes use a set of local policies for selecting the best route for each reachable prefix �These �These policies are based on the Type-of-Relationship (ToR) that exists between ASes �ToRs �ToRs are used to calculate paths between ASes � ToRs are regarded as proprietary information � Deducing them is an important yet difficult problem Three major commercial relationships between neighboring Ases

Topics: Near-Deterministic Inference
Year: 2014
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