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AR7 ADSL Network Support Package (NSP)


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AR7 ADSL Network Support Package (NSP)

  1. 1. TM R E A L W O R L D S I G N A L P R O C E S S I N G Key Features: Product Brief • Linux®-based router stack optimized for the AR7 platform enabling addition of functional AR7 ADSL Network blocks for increased system differentiation Support Package (NSP) • TI’s TurboDSL™ Packet Accelerator boosts multi-user network performance by 3X • Included in AR7 Reference Texas Instruments’ Based on the Linux Kernel Design Package made up of (TI) Network Support 2.4.17 from Monta Vista, the NSP the AR7 Evaluation Module, Package (NSP) is a is supported by a host of Monta ADSL physical layer (PHY) Linux®-based router Vista development tools, enabling firmware, device drivers, software stack for the AR7 cus- manufacturers to easily integrate network processor drivers tomer premises ADSL reference new code blocks on top of the and network layer design, providing all of the existing NSP for additional router management software network protocols, bridging, functionality. TI licenses the NSP • NAT/NAPT with support for gateway, routing and manage- to approved customers along with basic Application Layer ment features needed to quickly a comprehensive maintenance Gateways (ALGs) and easily design feature-rich and support package to enable • DNS Relay, Internet customer premises modems. faster ramp to volume. Protocol Stack The NSP is a complete software TI’s AR7 product line provides • RIP, Static Routing package designed for single-port, a complete ADSL router reference • DSL Protocols: Ethernet/ USB combination design solution, from the network – PPPoE modems with an optimized stack to the silicon. The NSP runs – PPPoA architecture easily configured on TI’s broadband communica- – RFC 2684 for high-volume deployments. tions processor which shares a • SNMP Developed by Telogy Software®, common architecture with TI’s • ATM Quality of Service the NSP takes advantage of other broadband products • IP QoS ToS Bits software core competencies to enabling the manufacturer addi- • LAN interfaces include single offer a field proven and highly tional flexibility and design reuse. Ethernet and USB ports interoperable solution to modem Because it has been designed • Supports bridging between manufacturers worldwide. specifically for the AR7 processor, Ethernet and USB port Three different configurations the NSP takes advantage of the • Web-based configuration with are available from a base router advanced processing to provide APIs for GUI customizations solution up to a high end router the perfect platform for home • Stateful Inspection Firewall solution giving developers the networking. • VPN, IPSEC passthru right mix of features needed for their product.
  2. 2. Standards-Based Management User Management Gateway Services UPnP IGD 1.0 MIBs Management Application DHCP C/S/R DNS Relay SNMP v1, v2, v2c Web Pgs CLI Files IGMP Proxy Telnet/ Web Srvr FTP/TFTP SSH v2 WAN Protocol Firewall/Security Packet Backbone IPoA PAP/CHAP Read Only F/S DOS Protection Rip 1/2 IGMP HTTP PPPoA Packet Filtering Anti Spoofing ALGs ICMP UDP TCP PPPoE Policy Database IPSec Passthru LAN App Disable IPv4 Stack/Routing Layer Linux NSP MPoA User/Password NAT Intrusion Detect ToS Bits Quality of Service Soft DMZ SPI Firewall Logging UPnP NAT Secure Shell Traversal 802.1d LAN Bridge OS: Linux®, VxWorks® RFC2684 ARP Spanning Tree Prt. Forward Board HAL PSP ATM ADSL WDT Pwr Mgt GPIO Serial DMA Int Ctr I2C Flash AAL5 8 PVCs UBR CBR VBR OAM T1.413 992.1 992.2 A,B,C G.hs Stats Net HAL Drivers Enet 802.11 USB VLYNQ™ Boot ldr UART Flash M H/W Platforms: AR7, AR7W The AR7 Network Support Package functional diagram 2
  3. 3. Router Software Stack Features ADSL/ATM Support Gateway Services Modulations Auto-negotiate mode Packet Backbone Bridging – T1.413 (i2) Dying Gasp – ICMP – 802.1d Bridge – G.992.1 (DMT) Line Statistics – ARP Routing – G.992.2 (G.lite) – RARP AAL5 – IP Forwarding – Annex A – UDP – Annex B 8 PVCs – TCP – MAC Encapsulated – Annex I VC QoS – Multicast – RIP v1/v2 – Annex J – UBR – IPv4 – QoS Policies – Annex L – CBR – QoS OAM – VBR-nrt – DHCP Client/Relay/Server – Respond to F4/F5 – VBR-rt – DNS Relay/Proxy Loopback (Rx) – ToS Bits – OAM AIS/RDI – IGMP Proxy – OAM F4/F5 Ping (Tx) – OAM F4/F5 stats Firewall/Security PPP PAP/CHAP Address Translation Stateful Packet Inspection Firewall Basic NAT Application Layer Gateways (SPI) – secure session management Bi-Directional NAT – FTP Packet filtering – enable/disable – TFTP individual clients Static Port Mappings – H.323 Point Extensive policy database: connection, NAT policies upgradeable to Point servers, applications, game servers via Policy Database by User – PPTP and GRE User and Password authentication UPnP NAT Traversal – IRC – Talk Port Forwarding DMZ Toggle IPSEC passthru WAN Protocol Toggle PPTP passthru Protocols Intrusion detection – RFC 2684 LLC Bridged Denial of Service protection from common attacks – RFC 2516 PPP over Ethernet IP and MAC spoofing protection – Selective PPPoE keep alive mechanism Secure Shell (SSH) v2 – RFC 2364 LLC or Vx Mux PPP over ATM – RFC 1577 CLIP over ATM Other Features Topology Modes LED API – Bridged connections Software support for hardware reset to default – Routed dial-up connections with NAT POST (Flash warning LED) – Routed dial-up connections without NAT Manufacturing diagnostics – Bridged or routed connection over single VC Flash types: AMD, Intel, Atmel – Bridged and/or routed connections over Enhanced diagnostics multiple VCs Auto detection of internal/external EMAC Network Management Management Applications Flash ROM upgradeable – CLI Telnet (Remote and Local) – Syslog for logging Image disaster recovery – Web management/HTTP server and remote logging User selectable logging – SNMP v1, v2 and v2c for four MIB II Groups – UPnP (IGD 1.0) Port 80 for local web – 16-Discrete entry access • System Access Control List IPSEC/PPTP passthru • Interface Control Message Protocol (ICMP) (ACL) for management GUI select • Internet Protocol (IP) access Expanded test and • Interface diagnostics Detailed Statistics 3
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