Affiliations M.Tech Research Scholar</br>Assistant Professor</br>Head of the Department Department of CSE, G.Pullaiah College of Engineering and Technology, Kurnool JNTU Anatapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
This paper portrays the distinctive IP quick rerouting plans utilizing reinforcement
topology. This paper portrays the plan which goes under complete IPFRR casing function as per
IETF (Internet engineering task force).the first segment gives the fundamental thought regarding
the IPFRR utilized for the rerouting reason. The second area bargains about the diverse
strategies utilized under IPFRR with ideas and illustrations. The third area depicts the essential
three design situation for IPFRR. The fourth area gives the conclusion on the premise of the
relative hypothetical studies made in the above segments and tries to discover the best for
rerouting. The conclusion proposes that any of the single plan is not fit for expert voiding full
scope, thus it demonstrates that to acquire a full scope of 100% these plans must be utilized as a
part of a blend with alternate plans.
Laddagiri Kiranmai,K.Lakshmi,Dr.S.Prem Kumar."IP Fast Rerouting framework with Backup Topology". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.1, Issue 02,pp.96-103, August - 2014, URL :https://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/volume_1_Issue_2_paper_4.pdf,
Keywords : IP Fast Reroute, Equal Cost Multiple Path, Congestion Avoidance, Special Node, And Backup
 AudunFosselie Hansen â€œFast Reroute in IP
Networks,â€ Doctoral Dissertation at the University of
Oslo, May 2007.
and Evaluation of an IP Fast ReRoute Prototype,â€
Budapest University of Technology and Economics,
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics,
Dept. of Telecommunications and Media Informatics,
 Simon Tembo, Ken-ichiYukimatsu, Ryota
Takahashi, ShoeiKamamura, Takashi Miyamura,
KoheiShiomoto, â€A New Backup Topology Design
Method for Congestion Avoidance in IP Fast
Reroute,â€ International Journal of Net-works and
Communications 2012, 2(5): 123-131.
 Wouter Tavernier,Dimitri Papadimitriou, Didier
Colle, Mario Pickavet, Piet Demeester, â€ Automated
Learning of Loop-Free Alternate Paths for Fast ReRouting,â€ Department of Information Technology
(INTEC), Ghent University â€“ IBBT, Gaston
Crommenlaan 8, 9050 Gent, Belgium,2011.
 S. Bryant, C. Filsfils, S.Previdi, M. Shand, â€œIP
Fast Reroute using tunnelsâ€, internet-Draft Internet
Engineering Task Force, November 16, 2007.
 S. Bryant, M. Shand,â€IP Fast Reroute
Framework,â€ internet-Draft , Internet Engineering
Task Force, January, 2010.
 S. Bryant, S. Previdi, M. Shand, â€IP Fast Reroute
Using Not-via Addressesâ€, internet-Draft , Internet
Engineering Task Force, December 21, 2011.
Authors are not required to pay any article-processing charges (APC) for their article to be published open access in Journal IJCERT. No charge is involved in any stage of the publication process, from administrating peer review to copy editing and hosting the final article on dedicated servers. This is free for all authors.
News & Events
Latest issue :Volume 10 Issue 1 Articles In press
☞ INVITING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE NEXT ISSUE :
☞ LAST DATE OF SUBMISSION : 31st March 2023
☞ SUBMISSION TO FIRST DECISION : In 7 Days
☞ FINAL DECISION : IN 3 WEEKS FROM THE DAY OF SUBMISSION
All the authors, conference coordinators, conveners, and guest editors kindly check their articles' originality before submitting them to IJCERT. If any material is found to be duplicate submission or sent to other journals when the content is in the process with IJCERT, fabricated data, cut and paste (plagiarized), at any stage of processing of material, IJCERT is bound to take the following actions.
1. Rejection of the article.
2. The author will be blocked for future communication with IJCERT if duplicate articles are submitted.
3. A letter regarding this will be posted to the Principal/Director of the Institution where the study was conducted.
4. A List of blacklisted authors will be shared among the Chief Editors of other prestigious Journals
We have been screening articles for plagiarism with a world-renowned tool: Turnitin However, it is only rejected if found plagiarized. This more stern action is being taken because of the illegal behavior of a handful of authors who have been involved in ethical misconduct. The Screening and making a decision on such articles costs colossal time and resources for the journal. It directly delays the process of genuine materials.