Experimental Comparison between Geohyperbolic and Hyperbolic Routing in NDN
by Saurab Dulal, and Lan Wang
In Named Data Networking (NDN), packets are routed based on their names. However, the Internet has a vast number of content names, making traditional routing schemes infeasible as their overhead will be prohibitively high upon topological changes. Hyperbolic Routing and Geohyperbolic Routing are potential solutions to this scalability problem. We perform an experimental comparison between these routing schemes with various topologies and failures scenarios. Our preliminary results show that both routing schemes perform well in delivering packets under failures, but geohyperbolic routing outperforms hyperbolic routing in packet delay.