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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and system for directing a flow between a client and a server. Arrowpoint Communications, Fish & Richardson P C, December 21, 1999: US06006264 (767 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Rai Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Content-aware switching of network packets. Cisco Systems, Barry W Chapin, Chapin & Huang L L C, September 10, 2002: US06449647 (164 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Chapin & Huang, Barry W Chapin Esq, March 1, 2005: US06862624 (67 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Jacob Vos, Igor Moochnick, Scott Wasson, Peter Ashley: Compact input compensating reputation data tracking mechanism. Symantec Corporation, Brill Law Office, Jeffrey Brill, July 3, 2012: US08214490 (45 worldwide citation)

The reputations of content sources are tracked as running rates of content origination. Information concerning content origination from multiple sources is received and aggregated. The aggregated information is used to calculate running rates of content origination. An initial running rate of conten ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Chapin IP Law, Barry W Chapin Esq, August 14, 2007: US07257634 (18 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Systems, Barry W Chapin Esq, Chapin & Huang, February 26, 2004: US20040039820-A1

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Barry W Chapin Esq, Chapin & Huang, September 1, 2005: US20050193114-A1

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...