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ANCS
2009
ACM
8 years 7 months ago
Progressive hashing for packet processing using set associative memory
As the Internet grows, both the number of rules in packet filtering databases and the number of prefixes in IP lookup tables inside the router are growing. The packet processing e...
Michel Hanna, Socrates Demetriades, Sangyeun Cho, ...
CCR
2004
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8 years 9 months ago
A case for run-time adaptation in packet processing systems
Most packet processing applications receive and process multiple types of packets. Today, the processors available within packet processing systems are allocated to packet types a...
Ravi Kokku, Taylor L. Riché, Aaron R. Kunze...
MASCOTS
2007
8 years 10 months ago
Improving the Performance of Passive Network Monitoring Applications using Locality Buffering
—In this paper, we present a novel approach for improving the performance of a large class of CPU and memory intensive passive network monitoring applications, such as intrusion ...
Antonis Papadogiannakis, Demetres Antoniades, Mich...
ANCS
2008
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
Packet prediction for speculative cut-through switching
The amount of intelligent packet processing in an Ethernet switch continues to grow, in order to support of embedded applications such as network security, load balancing and qual...
Paul Congdon, Matthew Farrens, Prasant Mohapatra
ANCS
2008
ACM
8 years 11 months ago
On runtime management in multi-core packet processing systems
Computer networks require increasingly complex packet processing in the data path to adapt to new functionality requirements. To meet performance demands, packet processing system...
Qiang Wu, Tilman Wolf
IWAN
2000
Springer
9 years 24 days ago
Active Concealment for Internet Speech Transmission
Recently, active networks have been highlighted as a key enabling technology to obtain immense flexibility in terms of network deployment, configurability, and packet processing. E...
Long Le, Henning Sanneck, Georg Carle, Tohru Hoshi
ANCS
2007
ACM
9 years 1 months ago
Towards high-performance flow-level packet processing on multi-core network processors
There is a growing interest in designing high-performance network devices to perform packet processing at flow level. Applications such as stateful access control, deep inspection...
Yaxuan Qi, Bo Xu, Fei He, Baohua Yang, Jianming Yu...
IWAN
2001
Springer
9 years 1 months ago
Deploying an Active Voice Application on a Three-Level Active Network Node Architecture
Active networks have been recently highlighted as a key enabling technology to obtain immense flexibility in terms of network deployment, configurability, and customized packet pro...
Georg Carle, Henning Sanneck, Sebastian Zander, Lo...
FPGA
2001
ACM
162views FPGA» more  FPGA 2001»
9 years 1 months ago
Reprogrammable network packet processing on the field programmable port extender (FPX)
A prototype platform has been developed that allows processing of packets at the edge of a multi-gigabit-per-second network switch. This system, the Field Programmable Port Extend...
John W. Lockwood, Naji Naufel, Jonathan S. Turner,...
LCN
2002
IEEE
9 years 2 months ago
Design and Analysis of a Dynamically Reconfigurable Network Processor
The combination of high-performance processing power and flexibility found in network processors (NPs) has made them a good solution for today’s packet processing needs. Similar...
Ian A. Troxel, Alan D. George, Sarp Oral
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