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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Boa + SSL hanging after certificate download
Sounds like great work. Can you point us to more info on the project?
Quoting Ivan <salorankatu@xxxxxxxx>:
> El lun, 24-10-2005 a las 23:15 -0700, Jonathan Jung escribió:
> > Good news (sort of),
> > I was able to run openssl encryption methods using the openssl app
> > (RC4-40 worked at least ;).
> > Bad news: SSH didn't compile on first run, so I'll have to see why
> > that's freaking out on me. (don't have the output at the moment).
> Hi Jonathan,
> about your question to execute 'openssl speed' command on my
> environment, it is not possible because now I am in pre-doctoral stay in
> Switzerland :(
> About your problem SSH, I had some problems too, but nothing important.
> > Still haven't found out why Boa + SSL is hanging, but openssl might
> > be a good substitute for me.
> > BTW, the purpose of getting an encryption/decryption algorithm
> > working is to move the fun parts in to hardware, and connect that
> > hardware via FSL links (and use John's driver)!
> My last work was the same that you proposed. I implemented a hardware
> accelerated version of SSH using MicroBlaze-uClinux. The connection
> between MicroBlaze and the cipher cores was made using the FSL
> interface. I tested only the AES-128 and 3DES, but I have implemented
> the IDEA, Blowfish, DES, RC4, MD5 and SHA-128/256 algorithms. In this
> work I measured the performance obtained using the pure-software version
> and the hardware-based version using the scp application. Also, the
> different cipher cores are partial reconfigured at run-time, that is,
> the MicroBlaze downloads from Internet the negotiated cipher core
> (partial bitstream), configures the FPGA (self-reconfiguration) and uses
> it. If the next time the algorithm changes, then MicroBlaze can
> reconfigure the core again with the new cipher :P
> If you are interested, we can talk about it out of the mailing-list
> (because I think that it is an off-topic). I can give some suggestions
> in order to improve my results :)
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