Posts Tagged "flow inspection"
By Yann Rapaport, 6WIND Customer Support and Service Manager.
Flow Inspection, also known as packet inspection, or packet capture, consists of capturing packets that are flowing on the network, usually for further processing by specialized software such as packet sniffers, traffic statistics tools, or deep packet inspection software, to implement functions such as intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IDPS).
In a multicore architecture, where most of the packets are processed by the fast Read More »
Support of packet sniffers with 10Gbps interfaces using Linux or other control planes. The Fast Path must integrate BPF helpers. It is a based on implementations for Octeon, XLS/XLR, QorIQ P4080 and Intel's Niantic or Kawela. Read More »