PAN : A High-Performance Active Network Node Supporting Multiple Mobile Code Systems

@inproceedings{Nygren1999PANA,
  title={PAN : A High-Performance Active Network Node Supporting Multiple Mobile Code Systems},
  author={Erik Nygren and Stephen J. Garland and M. Frans Kaashoek},
  year={1999}
}
A capsule-basedactive networktransports capsulescontaining code to be executed on network nodes through which they pass. Active networks facilitate the deployment of new protocols, which can be used without any changes to the underlying network infrastructure. This paper describes the design, implementation, and evaluation of a high-performance active network node which supports multiple mobile code systems. Experiments, using capsules executing unsafe native Intel ix86 object code, indicate… CONTINUE READING

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