Protocol Wrappers for Layered Network Packet Processing in Reconfigurable Networks

Florian Braun, John Lockwood, Marcel Waldvogel: Protocol Wrappers for Layered Network Packet Processing in Reconfigurable Networks. In: IEEE Micro, 22 (1), S. 66-74, 2002.

Abstract

A library of layered protocol wrappers has been developed that process Internet packets in reconfigurable hardware. These wrappers can be used with a reprogrammable network platform called the Field Programmable Port Extender (FPX) to rapidly prototype hardware circuits for processing Internet packets. We present a framework to streamline and simplify the development of networking applications that process ATM cells, AAL5 frames, Internet Protocol (IP) packets and UDP datagrams directly in hardware.

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@article{Braun2002Protocol,
title = {Protocol Wrappers for Layered Network Packet Processing in Reconfigurable Networks},
author = {Florian Braun and John Lockwood and Marcel Waldvogel},
url = {https://netfuture.ch/wp-content/uploads/2002/braun02protocol.pdf},
year  = {2002},
date = {2002-01-01},
journal = {IEEE Micro},
volume = {22},
number = {1},
pages = {66-74},
abstract = { A library of layered protocol wrappers has been developed that process Internet packets in reconfigurable hardware. These wrappers can be used with a reprogrammable network platform called the Field Programmable Port Extender (FPX) to rapidly prototype hardware circuits for processing Internet packets. We present a framework to streamline and simplify the development of networking applications that process ATM cells, AAL5 frames, Internet Protocol (IP) packets and UDP datagrams directly in hardware.},
keywords = {Fast Routers, FPGA},
pubstate = {published},
tppubtype = {article}
}

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