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Packet classification provides a way to discriminate packets and enables many differentiated functionalities. In this chapter, we present how packet classification is accomplished by expressing rules in a classfier. We list the key performance requirements of a packet classification algorithm as the number of memory accesses it needs and the amount of storage it occupies. We then present a number of algorithms that are extensions of trie based algorithms used for IP address lookup. We also outline various approaches for classifying a packet in an arbitrary number of dimensions: divide and ...
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