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Intel® IXP400 Software V2.0: Specification1.0 Product ContextIntel® IXP400 software V2.0 enables the underlying capabilities of the IXP4XX product line of network processors.2.0 Product SpecificationsThis section presents features supported by software release 2.0:ATM Access• AAL (AAL5, AAL0, OAM)• Configure and activate up to 12 ports on the UTOPIA level-2 interface• Up to 32 VC channels supported• ATM configuration and management componentATM Transmit Scheduler• Maximum number of VCs: Up to 32 on device at any time• Maximum of 1 nrt-VBR• No restriction (up to 32) on number of UBR VCs• Traffic Types: nrt-VBR, UBR• Maximum of 8 ports and a total of 32 VCs across all ports• CDVT not supported; CDVT not valuable for CPE devices• Restriction PCR must be equal to SCR for VBR VC• PCR for nrt-VBR, UBR• SCR for nrt-VBR• MBS for nrt-VBRSecurity• Silicon Crypto algorithms enabled for use via software:— DES (64-bit block, 64-bit key)— 3DES (64-bit block, 192-bit key)Read the full Intel® IXP400 Software V2.0 Specification.
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