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Our goal is to enable fast prototyping of networking hardware (e.g. modified Ethernet switches and IP routers) for teaching and research. To this end, we built and made available the NetFPGA platform. Starting from open-source reference designs, students and researchers create their designs in Verilog, and then download them to the NetFPGA board where they can process packets at line-rate for 4-ports of 1GE. The board is becoming widely used for teaching and research, and so it has becomedoi:10.1145/1397718.1397720 dblp:conf/sigcomm/NaousGBM08 fatcat:tmn44ejuuvaspmrlvekhztn5mu