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Distributed hash tables (DHTs) often maintain additional routing information regarding each node's surrounding neighbors within a network overlay. Sequential neighbors play a critical role in network recovery, providing alternative routes thus allowing more flexible and robust routing around a overlay. This paper details our analysis of a existing DHT routing protocol under continuously dynamic network conditions. In this environment we examine an alternative self-organizing maintenance mechanism and show its increased fault tolerance.
Date of Conference: July 28 2008-Aug. 1 2008