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On LS2085 platform, the basic networking product performs autonomous IP forwarding and IPSEC on the AIOP, data path functions run mostly independent of the GPP software and only involve GPP when necessary. NADK(Network Acceleration Development Kit) is a complete user space development kit for networking applications. This IPSEC application is implemented in Linux user space using NADK framework, this application learns the Linux configuration through the netlink event notification and sends the configuration to AIOP DP using the respective NF APIs. The application invokes NF APIs to send configuration details to IPsec data path on the AIOP. 1. Overview and Architecture of the AIOP-NADK Based IPSEC Application 2. NADK Based GPP Listener Program Design 2.1 NADK APIs Introduction Used in the Application 2.2 Packet Processing in Multiple Threads Mode NADK Application 2.3 IPSEC XFRM Events monitored by the Listener 3. IPSEC Application communicates with AIOP through NF APIs 3.1 IPSEC provided features implemented at AIOP 3.2 IPSEC NF APIs Used to Configure AIOP 3.3 The process of add SPD policy in the IPSEC Application 4. Setup Networking Environment to Verify the IPSEC application
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1. Bootflow Overview of LS2 2. U-BOOT Workflow for LS2085 3. LS2085QDS configuration and Initialization in U-BOOT
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Currently rate limiting is supported on TX side only via IOCTL call FM_PORT_IOC_SET_RATE_LIMIT. A user-space application has to be implement which opens the character driver interface of the TX port and issue the IOCTL. The rate_limit structure (mentioned below) has to be filled to implement the restriction.   For example:   fd = open ("/dev/fm0_port_tx5", O_RDWR);   err = ioctl(fd, FM_PORT_IOC_SET_RATE_LIMIT, &fm_port);   Structure to pass to the IOCTL: /**************************************************************************//** @Description@@   A structure for defining Tx rate limiting (Must match struct t_FmPortRateLimit defined in fm_port_ext.h) *//***************************************************************************/ typedef struct ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t { uint16_t max_burst_size;         /**< in KBytes for Tx ports, in frames for offline parsing ports. (note that for early chips burst size is rounded up to a multiply of 1000 frames).*/     uint32_t rate_limit; /**< in Kb/sec for Tx ports, in frame/sec for offline parsing ports. Rate limit refers to data rate (rather than line rate). */ ioc_fm_port_dual_rate_limiter_scale_down rate_limit_divider; /**< For offline parsing ports only. Not-valid for some earlier chip revisions */ } ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t; Further information in the below link. http://www.freescale.com/infocenter/index.jsp?topic=%2FQORIQSDK%2F2283674.html
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