Tomografía de la red en un IXP: Primer análisis del PIT Bolivia

Esteban Carisimo

Resumen


Los Puntos de Intercambios de Tráfico (PIT) han sido los principales autores del mayor cambio del ecosistema de Internet en los últimos 15 años. A pesar de la popularidad de los PITs, gran cantidad de países demoraron en incorporar esta infraestructura a sus redes. En 2013, Bolivia impulsó la creación del PIT nacional, lo que motivó nuestro interés de estudiar por primera vez un PIT en la región, en un país que aún no contará con esta infraestructura. Sin embargo, ante la ausencia de sondas de medición de Internet en Bolivia debidos desarrollar una plataforma (PladMeD) para observar la influencia del PIT. En este artículo se estudió durante seis meses el efecto del PIT en la red nacional, enfocándose en las modificaciones en la interconexión y la calidad de servicio en la red nacional.


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IXP, Latinoamérica, Latin America, PIT

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