Active Networks: IFIP-TC6 Third International Working by Eric Y. Chen (auth.), Ian W. Marshall, Scott Nettles, Naoki

By Eric Y. Chen (auth.), Ian W. Marshall, Scott Nettles, Naoki Wakamiya (eds.)

This quantity of the LNCS sequence comprises the papers approved for presentation on the 3rd IFIP overseas operating convention on lively networks (IWAN 2001). The workshop used to be held on the Sheraton college urban resort, in Philadelphia united states, and was once hosted via the collage of Pennsylvania. lively networks goal to ease the advent of community companies through including dynamic programmability to community units equivalent to routers, and making points of the programmability available to clients. energetic networks study has fascinated by the advance and checking out of lively thoughts, that allow dynamic programmability in a networked setting. those recommendations have a wide selection of functions. At IWAN 2001 we aimed to assemble participants of a few of the groups utilizing energetic and comparable ideas, and supply a discussion board for dialogue and collaboration, related to researchers, builders, and capability clients. Papers provided at IWAN 2001 lined the appliance of energetic concepts to many features of community dependent communique, together with energetic multicast, energetic QoS, energetic safeguard, energetic GRIDs, and lively administration. moreover, there have been papers on architectures, language, and API concerns. even if there have been purely 22 submissions, the traditional of the ten permitted papers was once very excessive. This indicated basically quite a lot of ongoing prime quality learn in lively networking, regardless of the present detrimental financial stipulations within the telecommunications undefined. The papers additionally tested that the learn is really international, and justifies a global workshop of this kind. we want to thank the entire authors who submitted their work.

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We therefore decided to put two environments for program execution in a node. One is StreamCode Processing Environment (SC-PE) where in-packet programs are executed. This is for data path functions. The other is Execution Environment (EE) where node-resident programs such as routing daemons are executed. This environment is for control and management functions. The architecture assumes that a high-end switch is, and will be, composed of a main controller that manages the whole node, intelligent IF cards and a fast Fast and Secure Packet Processing Environment middleware EE application EE API 39 EE application Execution Environment(EE) (abstracts CPU and memory) NodeOS SC packet SC packet SC-PE API Protected memory access StreamCode Processing Environment (SC-PE) (abstracts SC processor, line I/F, buffer, sw) H/W depend control H/W depend control H/W(SC processor, line I/F, buffer, switch) H/W (CPU, memory) Fig.

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Nettles, and N. ): IWAN 2001, LNCS 2207, pp. 34–48, 2001. c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2001 Fast and Secure Packet Processing Environment 35 (or programmers of end-user applications), thus it satisfies the philosophy of end-to-end argument: give freedom to end users and make network evolution application driven. We therefore believe that capsule should be the basis of the next generation IP or network layer protocol. However, traditional capsules are too slow to replace IP. ANTS [4] and PLAN [5] uses virtual machine to achieve security, thus can achieve only several tens of Mbps throughput.

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