Secure Extension of BGP by Decoupling Path Propagation and Adoption
draft-zhang-idr-decoupling-06

 
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Abstract

This draft proposes a novel mitigation scheme to protect the inter- domain data delivery during false routing announcements. A new path attribute is defined to Decouple propagation of a path and adoption of a path for data forwarding in BGP (DBGP). DBGP does not use suspicious paths for data forwarding, but still propagates them in the routing system to facilitate attack detection. It can extensively protect data delivery from routing announcements of false sub- prefixes, false origins, false nodes and false links, and works well with ongoing attack detection and prevention systems.

Authors

Mingui Zhang (zhangmingui@huawei.com)
Bin Liu (lmyujie@gmail.com)
Dacheng Zhang (zhangdacheng@huawei.com)
Beichuan Zhang (bzhang@arizona.edu)
Beichuan Zhang (bzhang@arizona.edu)

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