Packet Generation in Service Function Chains
draft-penno-sfc-packet-03

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Abstract

Service Functions (e.g., Firewall, NAT, Proxies and Intrusion Prevention Systems) generate packets in the reverse flow direction to the source of the current in-process packet/flow. In this document we discuss and propose how to support this required functionality within the SFC framework.

Authors

Reinaldo Penno (repenno@cisco.com)
Carlos Pignataro (cpignata@cisco.com)
Chui-Tin Yen (tin@cisco.com)
Eric Wang (ejwang@cisco.com)
Kent Leung (kleung@cisco.com)
David Dolson (ddolson@sandvine.com)

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