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    166166    - You may wish to review control theory, as well as TCP congestion control and avoidance principles.
    167167    - Without rebalancing, “correcting” a severe imbalance may be difficult or impossible. For testing purposes, add flows to the path slowly and wait for things to stabilize.
    168     - Some thoughts on reducing the flow count when load balancing via Open- Flow can be found in Wang et al. [12] You are not required to implement these techniques, but may find them helpful.
     168    - Some thoughts on reducing the flow count when load balancing via Open- Flow can be found in [http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1972438 Wang et al.] You are not required to implement these techniques, but may find them helpful.
    169169    - Remember that the default OpenFlow policy for your switch or Open vSwitch instance will likely be to send any packets that do not match a flow spec to the controller, so you will have to handle or discard these packets.
    170170    - You will want your load balancer to communicate with the traffic shaping nodes via their administrative IP address, available in the slice manifest.