A flexible router platform for next generation network services

Authors Lukas Ruf, Arno Wagner, Karoly Farkas, Bernhard Plattner



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Lukas Ruf
Arno Wagner
Karoly Farkas
Bernhard Plattner

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Lukas Ruf, Arno Wagner, Karoly Farkas, and Bernhard Plattner. A flexible router platform for next generation network services. In Service Management and Self-Organization in IP-based Networks. Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings, Volume 4411, pp. 1-5, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz-Zentrum für Informatik (2005)
https://doi.org/10.4230/DagSemProc.04411.4

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Autonomous services need a flexible router platform that provides the mechanisms to install, modify and remove services at run-time of the node without interfering with others. Instantiated services must have the ability to re-configure and to exchange service functionality themselves. Envisioned router platforms must be able to run multiple services in parallel and are required to scale with the number of network-interfaces while they need to provide a straightforward to use service programming interface. In this talk, we present the PromethOS NP router platform together with a service architecture to counteract distributed denial of service attacks in an autonomous way. PromethOS NP manages and controls a processor-hierarchy composed of host processors and network processors embedded in network interface cards. It provides a dynamically code-extensible router platform of which all processor tiers are at run-time programmable following a unified component programming model. The service architecture illustrates the capabilities of the router platform and its applicability to autonomous network services.
Keywords
  • Extensible Router Platform
  • Service Architecture
  • Network Processor
  • Host Processor
  • Processor Hierarchy

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