Realization of Network Bypass Protecting Instrument Based on ARM-Linux

Abstract

With the control mode of value-added network services equipment changing from bypass intervention to serial control, in order to minimize the security problems which are caused by the failure of the network equipment, this paper proposes a stable, fast and intelligent network bypass protection system combined with the ARM embedded system—Linux platform. In practical application, the system can automatically skip the broken-down device node to protect the network to be unobstructed. With the features of fast response, stable operation, low power consumption, and the flexible of combination, the scheme is proved to have large practical value.

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Y. Gan and M. Tian, "Realization of Network Bypass Protecting Instrument Based on ARM-Linux," Communications and Network, Vol. 4 No. 4, 2012, pp. 288-291. doi: 10.4236/cn.2012.44033.

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