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Packet Caches on Routers: The Implications of Universal Redundant Traffic Elimination
 

Summary: Packet Caches on Routers: The Implications of
Universal Redundant Traffic Elimination
Ashok Anand
, Archit Gupta
, Aditya Akella
, Srinivasan Seshan
and Scott Shenker

UW-Madison,
CMU,
UC-Berkeley
{ashok,archit,akella}@cs.wisc.edu, srini@cs.cmu.edu, shenker@cs.berkeley.edu
ABSTRACT
Many past systems have explored how to eliminate redundant trans-
fers from network links and improve network efficiency. Several of
these systems operate at the application layer, while the more recent
systems operate on individual packets. A common aspect of these
systems is that they apply to localized settings, e.g. at stub network
access links. In this paper, we explore the benefits of deploying
packet-level redundant content elimination as a universal primitive

  

Source: Akella, Aditya - Department of Computer Sciences, University of Wisconsin at Madison

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences