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Shcheglova, Alena (author)
Data planes are responsible for forwarding packets in a network. The P4 language is used for programming programmable data planes. Such data planes give more flexibility to programmers by allowing them to define how the packets should be processed. However, these data planes might also be more vulnerable to malicious attacks than traditional ...
bachelor thesis 2022
Mohammad Riftadi, Adi (author)
Switches that can be (re)programmed through the network programming language P4 are able to completely change – even while in the field – the way they process packets. While powerful, P4 code is inherently static, as it is written and installed to accommodate a particular network requirement. Writing new P4 code each time new requirements arise...
master thesis 2019