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Title: Smart%20Packet%20for%20Active%20Networks


1
Smart Packet for Active Networks
  • Presented by
  • Anand P Santhanam
  • Nilesh J Gada

2
Introduction
  • Active Networks is a framework users inject
    programs contained in messages into a network
    capable of performing computations and
    manipulations on behalf of the user.

3
Moores Law
  • There is an exponential growth of computing power
    in the network.
  • This law didnt work due to the following reasons
    -
  • Growth rate of traffic
  • Number of Users
  • Number of connected sites

4
Active Network Management
  • Reasons Behind
  • The average device is not generating processing
    and receiving drastically more network management
    traffic that it was , an year ago.
  • More Per- Device Processing Power
  • Problems with Traditional Management System
  • Implosion of Packets
  • Multiple state changes in less than one round
    trip time.

5
Advantages With Smart Packets
  • Information required can be selected properly
  • Management rules can be embodied and sent to
    nodes, which can correct problems.
  • Shortens the monitoring and control loop.

6
Smart Packets
  • It consists of four parts
  • A Specification of smart packet formats
  • Specification of High level language, its
    assembly language and compressed encoding
    representing that portion fo smart packet that
    gets executed.
  • A Virtual Machine in the node
  • A Security Architecture

7
High-Level Entity Management
  • Query Language, tuned to monitoring and control
    of network entities.
  • Does not allow general Programming
  • No control to the Packet , over where it is sent
  • No limits on the size of a Query

8
System Architecture
  • A rich and flexible environment
  • Computing power should not be overloaded.
  • Environment should not be hard to secure.

9
Design Decision
  • There would be no new persistent state in routers
    across packets
  • Fragmentation of smart packet is not permitted
  • Operating environment must provide safety and
    surety.

10
ANEP Daemon Process
  • Injection and Reception point for smart packets
  • For executing the programs received.

11
Transmission of Smart Packets
  • Transmission Issues
  • How does the router know, whether the packet is
    a smart packet or not
  • Router should analyse the program, only if it
    supports smart packets
  • IP Option Router Alert, Higher layer Headers
    are used to check whether the packet is a smart
    packet or not

12
Packet Format
  • Program Packet
  • Data Packet
  • Error Packet
  • Message Packet

13
ANEP Header
  • Source Identifier
  • Destination Identifier
  • Integrity Checksum

14
Programming Languages
  • Language Issues
  • Packet needs to be compact with the code
  • The code needs to be safe No File system
    Access, No General System Calls

15
Survey
  • With Fibonacci numbers Calculation

Language Size(bytes)
Schema48 1M
Emacs 617
Java 370
OCAML 294
Sprocket 91
Spanner 51
16
Sprocket
  • Removal of Enumerations, typedef, structures and
    union.
  • C style comments declarations everywhere
  • Int , short , char removed and replaced with
    types that explicitly define the size
  • Floating point values 32 to 64 bits wide
  • Built-in types for arrays strings and lists
  • New complex types Packet Type, Address Type
    smart packet Identifier type and MIB Context type
  • Address type and Packet type are abstract types
  • Operations of complex types similar to C member
    function syntax.
  • Cs Grammer and Keywords
  • Self Referential Operations
  • Retrieving Node MIB information through General
    Querries and Short cut primitives

17
Spanner
  • Similar to Assembly language programming
  • Stack based CISC architecture
  • It differs from traditional assembly language as
    it has Declared Variables, and no access to
    memory, storage is in stack or variable
  • Virtual Machine needs to the type of variables
  • Operations are done based on stack, and the final
    result may also pushed into the stack
  • Stack Operations push() and pop() are also
    defined
  • Branch Operations
  • Send Data and Message Packets back to the source
  • Syntax starts with an operation and followed by
    arguments
  • Difference between Spanner and most assembly
    languages is that type information is embedded in
    the operations.
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