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Anthony J Li, Bruce A Cole: Standby router protocol. Cisco Systems Incorporated, Hickman & Beyer, December 5, 1995: US05473599 (536 worldwide citation)

A system and protocol are provided for routing data packets from a host on a LAN through a virtual address belonging to a group of routers. The host is configured to point to the virtual address so that the packets it sends out of its LAN are always directed to a virtual router which may be any one ...


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Bruce A Wilford, Bruce Sherry, David Tsiang, Anthony Li: Apparatus and method for switching packets using tree memory. Cisco Systems Incorporated, D Alessandro & Ritchie, April 16, 1996: US05509006 (105 worldwide citation)

A device for switching packets at high speed. For each packet, the A device matches packet data with protocols, to determine how to switch the packet. Matching of data with protocols is highly parallel; the device simultaneously retrieves a data byte, compares a data byte with a protocol byte, tests ...


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Pierre Gerardin, Patrick Massi, Victor Spagnol: Method for optimizing a digital transmission network operation through transient error monitoring and control and system for implementing said method. Cisco Systems Incorporated, Cesari & McKenna, April 24, 2001: US06222822 (27 worldwide citation)

Method and system for tracking transient errors and controlling data traffic in a high speed packet switching network node. The traffic exits each node through a transmit queue per connection between end users.


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Wilford Bruce A, Sherry Bruce, Tsiang David, Li Anthony: Packet switching engine. Cisco Systems Incorporated, Wilford Bruce A, Sherry Bruce, Tsiang David, Li Anthony, D ALESSANDRO Kenneth, October 31, 1996: WO/1996/034479

A device for switching packets at high speed. For each packet, the device matches packet data with protocol, to determine how to switch the packet. Matching of data with protocols is highly parallel; the device simultaneously retrieves a data byte, compares a data byte with a protocol byte, tests a ...