Where is My Next Hop ? The Case of Indian Ocean Islands

Abstract : Internet has become a foundation of our modern society. However, all regions or countries do not have the same Internet access regarding quality especially in the Indian Ocean Area (IOA). To improve this quality it is important to have a deep knowledge of the Internet physical and logical topology and associated performance. However, these knowledges are not shared by Internet service providers. In this paper, we describe a large scale measurement study in which we deploy probes in different IOA countries, we generate network traces, develop a tool to extract useful information and analyze these information. We show that most of the IOA traffic exits through one point even if there exists multiple exit points.
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GIIS'17, Oct 2017, Saint-Pierre de la Réunion, France. 2017, Global Information Infrastructure and Networking Symposium. 〈giis.univ-reunion.fr〉
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Xavier Nicolay, Réhan Noordally, Pascal Anelli, Nour Murad, Tahiry Razafindralambo. Where is My Next Hop ? The Case of Indian Ocean Islands. GIIS'17, Oct 2017, Saint-Pierre de la Réunion, France. 2017, Global Information Infrastructure and Networking Symposium. 〈giis.univ-reunion.fr〉. 〈hal-01582474〉

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