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    hi All
    I am just heard about the NetFPGA in general i am looking for the Verilog code of the IP lookup table search engine
    where can i find it ?
    i saw that many people did some work on bloom filters where can i find this code

    thanks
    Itzik

  • #2
    Hi Itzik,

    Please see the User's Guide for details about obtaining the source code. The relevant section is Obtaining Gateware/Software.

    Glen
    Glen Gibb
    NetFPGA developer & PhD candidate
    Stanford University

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    • #3
      Hi Glen,
      thanks for information i tried to look at the Guide and i search in NF2 / LIB / VERILOG but
      i did not find the Verilog file where the IP lookup is implemented please can you help me ?

      in addition do you know how many IP adress this search engine supports , and in which technique does it uses

      thanks
      Itzik

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      • #4
        Hi Itzik,

        You might want to look at the following post (and the accompanying thread: https://forums.netfpga.org/node/3042)

        Each project has a project.xml file in the project's include directory. The project.xml specifies which modules to pull in -- the modules are located in NF2/lib/verilog. For example, one module included in the reference router is core/input_arbiter/rr_input_arbiter; inside this directory you'll find a src directory which has the source for the particular module.

        In the case of the reference router/NIC, the modules provide the complete functionality for the project. Other projects may need functionality beyond what the modules provide; in that case the project will include source code in the project's src directory.
        Glen Gibb
        NetFPGA developer & PhD candidate
        Stanford University

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