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Yeung, "Traffic Engineering (TE) Extensions to OSPF Version 2", RFC 3630, September 2003.
While OSPF is widely used throughout the Internet as a whole, you probably have better odds of winning the lottery than actually experiencing an attack such as these researchers have demonstrated.
The researchers presented some pretty bold claims, but at the end of the day didn't really present anything that wasn't already widely known about the vulnerabilities inherent within the OSPF protocol given the assumptions the researchers made.
If we try to use client-server model in routing protocol, we get similar situation like the one we have on broadcast multi-access segment in OSPF with DR (Designated Router) model, where one DR updates all the other non-DR routers, and non-DR routers update only DR routers.
In today's IP networks we have IGP-s (Interior Gateway Protocols) that work in Autonomous System (like RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, EIGRP) and we have only one Exterior Gateway Protocol, BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) that connects all Autonomous Systems and bind them into global network Internet.
The remainder of this paper is organized as follows: Section 2 provides a description of DEVS formalism, DEVS-Suite simulator, OSPF fundamentals, comparison of the network simulators and generators, and information about ns-2 simulator.
In this study, the OSPF routing protocol is modeled due for large-scale characteristics of it.
EIGRP has the ability to scale to an enterprise network size, not quite as large as an OSPF network can scale but a lot larger then a network running RIP can handle.
We wanted a box that would act like a router, participating in the OSPF LSAs and mapping the topology based on the OSPF announcements," Wong says.
MOSPF provides algorithms for forwarding multicast datagrams between OSPF areas,(3) and an algorithm for importing multicast datagrams from another Autonomous System.
DC-OSPF is a fully portable source code solution that implements full mandatory OSPF protocol support, including RFC 2328.