Internet topology based identifier assignment for tree-based DHTs

TitleInternet topology based identifier assignment for tree-based DHTs
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2007
AuthorsCheng, L., M. R. Ito, and N. Hutchinson
Secondary AuthorsLabiod, H., and M. Badra
JournalNew Technologies, Mobility and Security
Pagination607–616
Abstract

The current routing algorithms of DHT-based P2P systems have a large end-to-end delay and inconsistent routing performance because of their random selection of identifiers (IDs). In this paper, an Internet topology based overlay construction method is proposed for tree-based DHTs. The node ID is divided into three parts and assigned according to the autonomous system (AS), IP network prefix, and IP address of the node. This algorithm assigns the AS ID prefix based on the AS-level Internet topology. Proximity Neighbor Selection (PNS) is used with topology based ID assignment so that the overlay routing can match the underlying IP routing path. The assignment of AS ID prefixes also takes into account the node densities of ASes to alleviate the ID space load imbalance. Simulation results show that this method can reduce the routing stretch and the standard deviation of the routing stretch without introducing any single points of failure.

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