Why doesn't BGP...
freedman at netaxs.com
Mon Nov 11 14:35:22 UTC 1996
> > "101 north is congested, take 280 instead"
> > Guess what hapens 5 minutes laster;
> > "280 north is congested, take 101 instead"
> Sort of like the cruise control in my car. The car starts going too
> fast and it *eases* off. The car starts going too slow and it adds
> a *little* more throttle.
> My cruise control works quite well. So could routers.
Your cruise control doesn't have to communicate with 80 other cruise
controls, each of which communicates with 80 other cruise controls,
each of which then has to decide whether they have to change any
course or acceleration settings based on the updated info.
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