High SpeedPacket Classification Using XnorBV

Author : Anil Kumar Reddy Kannapu, M.Adiseshaiah

Packet classification is a critical technology for secure communication and networking. Security tools and Internet services use packet sorting technology that includes checking packets against predefined rules stored in a workbook. Fulfill software solutions available for classifying unwanted and efficient processing of wired speed in high-speed networks. Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM), Bit-Vector (BV), Field Sharing Bit Vector (FSBV). In this article, we recommend a simple and efficient memory method for classifying packets on the Xnor portal, instead of the lookup tables called the XnorBV approach. The packet header fields of the IP addresses and the protocol layer are categorized by the Xnor gateway against a predefined set of rules that also support bitrates '1', '0' and '*', while the port numbers in the packet header support range match the port numbers with minimum and maximum values. The proposed XnorBV architecture is independent of the ruleset properties and supports multidimensional classification.

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