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- Sandy H. Hsiao, Hong-Rong Chang, Yu-Han Lu, Chi-Yu Li:
Mobility Support for Networks on Trains Using Commercial Off-the-shelf Routers. APNOMS 2019: 1-4
- Junji Takemasa, Yuki Koizumi, Toru Hasegawa:
Toward an ideal NDN router on a commercial off-the-shelf computer. ICN 2017: 43-53
- Manaf Gharaibeh, Anant Shah, Bradley Huffaker, Han Zhang, Roya Ensafi, Christos Papadopoulos:
A look at router geolocation in public and commercial databases. Internet Measurement Conference 2017: 463-469
- Zheng Lu, Christopher Steinmuller, Supratik Mukhopadhyay:
Towards Formal Verification of a Commercial Wireless Router Firmware. COMPSAC 2013: 639-647
- Jose Saldana, Julián Fernández-Navajas, José Ruíz-Mas, Eduardo Viruete Navarro, Luis Casadesus:
The utility of characterizing packet loss as a function of packet size in commercial routers. CCNC 2012: 346-347
- Tao Feng, Jun Bi, Hongyu Hu:
OpenRouter: OpenFlow extension and implementation based on a commercial router. ICNP 2011: 141-142
- Paul Goransson:
Bandwidth Reservation on a Commercial Router. Computer Networks and ISDN Systems 28(3): 351-370 (1996)
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