packet classification


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packet classification

The identifying of packets for quality of service (QoS). Packets can be classified by source and destination ports and address and protocol type. See TOS.
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Each packet classification is indicative of different classes of IP traffic.
Packet Classification techniques categorize a packet to define a given packet and make it accessible on the network.
Offloading the CPU intensive tasks such as packet classification and crypto functions to the onboard Xilinx FPGA can save up to 60 percent CPU cycles thereby enabling a 2.
Since packet classification is the key technology of Routers, Fire Walls and Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS), its speed directly affects the overall performance of the Internet.
Some subjects covered include auto extraction of interested regions in fire image compression, a probabilistic drop scheme for mitigating SYN flooding attacks, a call admission control routing mechanism using a Bloom filter in MANET, application of Boolean kernel function SVM in face recognition, a sequence encoding scheme for multi-match packet classification, and energy consumption and lifetime analysis in cluster-based wireless sensor networks for periodic monitoring applications.
These solutions perform high-speed search operations on routing, ACL and security databases and are ideal for packet classification, policy enforcement, IPv4 and IPv6 forwarding, MPLS searches, network security and QoS enforcement for differentiated services in core, edge, metro, campus and enterprise networking applications.
In each instance, one or more optimized high bandwidth memory interfaces are required for packet classification and modification.
The platform uses FPGA technology, tightly integrated into commodity multi-core Intel[R] hardware, Endace OSm, which delivers central management capability and a powerful multi-application hosting environment into which agencies can easily deploy custom packet classification and filtering applications.
Contributors describe the Kiwi parallel programming library, the Gel hardware scripting language, a memory-efficient packet classification scheme, and an elliptic curve cryptography accelerator for Koblitz curves.
Services unification is enabled by NetDevices' OnePass packet processing capability, which uses a common packet classification and identification capability to leverage functional processes across multiple services.
Based on the integration of content addressable memory (CAM) and high-performance logic, IDT's IP co-processors support network processor units (NPUs) and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) to accelerate deep packet classification and forwarding in core, metro and access routers.
The cores include MAC, PCS, Interlaken, packet classification and traffic management IP.