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Trust-by-Wire in Packet-Switched IPv6 Networks: Tools and FPGA Prototype for the IPclip System

Trust-by-Wire in Packet-Switched IPv6 Networks: Tools and FPGA Prototype for the IPclip System,10.1109/CCNC.2009.4785006,Peter Danielis,Stephan Kubisc

Trust-by-Wire in Packet-Switched IPv6 Networks: Tools and FPGA Prototype for the IPclip System  
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This demonstration shows the hardware prototype of the IPclip (IP calling line identification presentation) mechanism for IPv6 networks. IPclip is a mechanism, which provides Trust-by-Wire in IP-based networks by adding trustworthy location information to IP packets. It is implemented on an FPGA development board and configurable at runtime via a graphical configuration tool. We show IPclip's basic functionality in a localization scenario using an analysis tool and Google Earth and discuss several application scenarios during the demonstration.
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