Read the Landmark Routing paper. This paper was written in 1988. In 1988, routing algorithms such as link-state and distance-vector (which you'll see in the preceding lecture) already existed. The Internet also existed, and was beginning to grow, but was not the network it is today.

To help you as you read:

As you read, think about the following:

Question for Recitation

Before you come to this recitation, write up (on paper) a brief answer to the following (really—we don't need more than a couple sentences for each question). If your TA has requested that you email your answer to them, you may do that instead, but it should still be handed in before your recitation begins.

Your answers to these questions should be in your own words, not direct quotations from the paper.

As always, there are multiple correct answers for each of these questions.