Lightpaths play multiple critical roles in cross-layer fault management of IP over transparent optical networks. While the roles of lightpaths have been discussed specifically in fault localization as well as fault recovery phases, these existing works only take a sporadic, piecemeal view of these roles by studying each of them individually as a separate lightpath routing problem. In this paper, we instead take an integrated, systematic view by considering these multiple roles jointly as one single lightpath routing problem. In particular, we propose a new design model to fulfill the lightpath layout requirements in both identifying fiber link failures for fault localization and ensuring IP topology connectivity for fault recovery. With a much smaller formulation size, our new model significantly outperforms the existing counterpart in computational efficiency, scalability, and solution quality.
Photonic Network Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 26, 2014
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