The MACsec-IP-165 (EIP-165) is an IP family for accelerating MACsec up to 100 Gbps, serving single channel PHY designs. The MACsec-IP-165 is a high-performance streaming MACsec frame processing engine that provides hardware acceleration for the complete MACsec frame transform along with frame classification and statistics counter updates. Once the MACsec-IP-165 is configured, no CPU is required for processing tasks.
Protocol aware MACsec Packet Engine with classifier and in-line interface for PHY devices.
1..10..100bps, programmable rules, no CPU required, supports all IEEE MACsec requirements.
Supported by Driver Development Kit, QuickSec MACsec toolkit
MACsec is ideally positioned to provide secure WAN (Layer-IP-2) interconnect without the need for routing, allowing networks to be secured from the Inside Secure. The MACsec-IP-165 is designed for being embedded in PHY devices, in between two MAC interfaces. For non PHY designs refer to the MACsec-IP-160 (1..100Gbps) or MACsec-IP-166 (400..600Gbps) cores.
The MACsec-IP-165 is a MACsec engine with integrated VLAN and MACsec packet classification logic and all required statistics counters. The available MACsec-IP-165 configurations cover the applications ranging from 1 Gbps to 100 Gbps. The MACsec-IP-165 is designed to be integrated with two Ethernet MACs to form a plug-in MACsec solution between an existing Ethernet MAC (“system-side”) and an existing Ethernet PHY (“line-side”). A handshaked host bus interface is used to control the MAC-IP-165.
MACsec Processing Features:
Ingress Path Consistency Checking
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