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BGP Churn and Addpaths: Daniel Walton

Mirjam Kühne — 11 Dec 2019
BGP is a nondeterminstic protocol, which means it can converge on different paths depending on the order in which they are received. In this recording, Daniel Walton talks about the discovery and research around BGP churn, and the solutions the routing community adopted to solve the problem.

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