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In this paper, we present an approach for Web service based distributed communication systems. Unlike conventional one-way Web service, which is based on a stateless request/response interaction pattern, communication systems typically require stateful, two-way, full duplex interaction, and in many cases, it needs to establish certain association or context(More)
– Hardware approaches for speedy IP lookups can be realized by making use of TCAMs (Ternary Content Addressable Memories), whose lookups utilize IP addresses as search keys with each search requiring only a single memory access. However, most existing TCAM-based forwarding engines involve shifting TCAM entries when the forwarding table is updated, typically(More)
In this paper, we present the approach and architecture of TARGET: two-way Web service router gateway, for two-way Web service interaction crossing enterprise domain and firewall. It provides a full support for asynchronous outbound operation and event notification in communication services. TARGET addresses an acute issue for Internet applications that(More)
As the demand for bandwidth grows, Internet routers must run faster. Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM) has been known as a promising device in composing simple and efficient solutions for fast forwarding table lookups. However, most existing TCAM-based IP lookup solutions suffer from lengthy update durations imposed by TCAM entry shifts for(More)
Excessive power consumption is deemed one of the major drawbacks of TCAM-based IP search engines. This paper proposes a simple and yet efficient forwarding table partitioning algorithm aiming to achieve significant TCAM power savings. Our algorithm partitions the IP address space into a set of adjoining but non-overlapping search ranges comprising an(More)
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