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

This quantity of the LNCS sequence includes the papers authorized for presentation on the 3rd IFIP foreign operating convention on lively networks (IWAN 2001). The workshop was once held on the Sheraton collage urban lodge, in Philadelphia united states, and used to be hosted through the college of Pennsylvania. energetic networks target to ease the creation of community prone through including dynamic programmability to community units similar to routers, and making features of the programmability available to clients. energetic networks learn has occupied with the improvement and trying out of lively ideas, that let dynamic programmability in a networked atmosphere. those ideas have a large choice of functions. At IWAN 2001 we aimed to assemble participants of a few of the groups utilizing energetic and similar strategies, and supply a discussion board for dialogue and collaboration, related to researchers, builders, and power clients. Papers offered at IWAN 2001 coated the appliance of lively suggestions to many features of community established communique, together with energetic multicast, energetic QoS, lively protection, lively GRIDs, and energetic administration. moreover, there have been papers on architectures, language, and API matters. even though there have been basically 22 submissions, the traditional of the ten authorised papers was once very excessive. This indicated truly a great deal of ongoing prime quality study in energetic networking, regardless of the present negative financial stipulations within the telecommunications undefined. The papers additionally confirmed that the learn is surely international, and justifies a global workshop of this kind. we want to thank the entire authors who submitted their work.

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To allow an efficient and portable service deployment, we will present in next section our approach to propose an active network framework easily mergeable with a Grid environment: The Tamanoir Framework. Then to resolve the main network Grid requirements identified in the previous section, we focus our approach on the two major services needs: QoS and reliable multicast. 4 High Performance and Dynamic Service Deployment We explore the design of an intelligent network by proposing a new active network framework dedicated to high performance active networking.

SC-PE. SC-PE is the characteristic environment of this architecture in which incoming in-packet StreamCode programs are executed. Figure 5 shows the internal architecture of SC-PE. When a packet arrives at a node, it goes into the input buffer through L1/L2 input interface. Then execution unit starts the program execution, using registers, functional units and if necessary, interacting with various memories through Memory Management Unit (MMU). The contents of the input buffer may be copied to output buffer byte by byte, or in a block using a burst-copy function unit.

In the congested nodes the time constrained flows must be treated in priority. The active nodes can have a finer vision of the individual data streams, and can react immediately to congestion and implement appropriate packet discard for each stream. In the Tamanoir architecture, capsules are transported. Data capsules can carry different types of information, that can be used for processing during the travel: – semantics from the application (type of payload, end-to-end target QoS performances) This information can be interpreted as an Active DiffServ code point (ADSCP).

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