FlashTrie: Hash-based Prefix-Compressed Trie for IP Route Lookup Beyond 100Gbps

@article{Bando2010FlashTrieHP,
  title={FlashTrie: Hash-based Prefix-Compressed Trie for IP Route Lookup Beyond 100Gbps},
  author={Masanori Bando and H. Jonathan Chao},
  journal={2010 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-9}
}
It is becoming apparent that the next generation IP route lookup architecture needs to achieve speeds of 100-Gbps and beyond while supporting both IPv4 and IPv6 with fast real-time updates to accommodate ever-growing routing tables. Some of the proposed multibit-trie based schemes, such as Tree Bitmap, have been used in today's high-end routers. However, their large data structure often requires multiple external memory accesses for each route lookup. A pipelining technique is widely used to… CONTINUE READING
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