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In line restoration (also referred to as link restoration), the traffic carried on the failed link is rerouted from its tail node to its head node.
In path restoration, the traffic routed on a failed link is backtracked to its ingress nodes and new, perhaps totally disjoint, alternate routes are selected for restoring the traffic for all affected source-destination pairs.
In practice, the fast link failure recovery time may be very short because the controller may repair the failed link or build a new end-to-end path very soon after detecting the link failure.
In the next experiment, we fix the failed link as 2% (Ratio_link = 0.02).
The experimental results in Figure 2(b) show that, except for the grid network, network recovery operation on failed links will lead to node congestions.
While the re-convergence progress is still ongoing, the failed link is restored by OPNET, so EIGRP is then re-engaged with the original routing process.
The IP-layer link failure ratio is the number of concurrent failed links divided by the total number of links in the physical topology, which is selected between 0.01 and 0.1.
Similarly, when the link <lSrc-lDst> (lSrc means the node in the edge layer, and lDst in the agg layer) fails, at the lSrc node, all upward flows assigned to the failed link need to be reallocated, and new flows on the lSrc node need to avoid being allocated to the link <lSrc-lDst>.
We develop a probabilistically correlated failure model on the basis of multiple BPs, which does not assume that the BPs are absolutely reliable and gives the quantified impact that the failed link is on the reliability of BPs.
They adopted multiple BPs to share the traffic from the failed link and used a hash table to avoid the data packet disorder.
When the default path fails, the node pair is able to communicate along such a one-hop backup path to detour around the failed links.
When the number of failed links is small, the difference between the different approaches is not significant.