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Dynamic Service Chaining Method Considering Performance of Middlebox Over SDN
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 Title & Authors
Dynamic Service Chaining Method Considering Performance of Middlebox Over SDN
Oh, Hyeongseok; Kim, Namgi; Choi, Yoon-Ho;
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 Abstract
The conventional dynamic routing methods in Software Defined Networks (SDN) set the optimal routing path based on the minimum link cost, and thereby transmits the incoming or outgoing flows to the terminal. However, in this case, flows can bypass the middlebox that is responsible for security service and thus, thus the network can face a threat. That is, while determining the best route for each flow, it is necessary to consider a dynamic service chaining, which routes a flow via a security middlebox. Therefore, int this paper, we propose a new dynamic routing method that considers the dynamic flow routing method combined with the security service functions over the SDN.
 Keywords
Software Defined Networks;Dynamic Routing;Middlebox;Service Chaining;
 Language
Korean
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