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Propagation Effect of High-powered Jamming Attack in Transparent Optical Networks

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Transparent optical network is now becoming increasingly attractive, but transparency will induce security threats, e.g. high-powered jamming attack, in optical networks. In this paper, we proposed a new attack model, named JAP-model, for attack-aware routing and wavelength assignment heuristics in transparent optical networks. In JAP-model, gain competition attack and inter-channel crosstalk attack imposed by the propagation effect of intra-channel crosstalk attack are also considered. Lower block probabilities are obtained using the model.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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