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Author: Hamid Kavian Athar (Guest)
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Hello
I want to create something that recieves the input packets ( Tcp/IP) and 
then filter them . I don't know which board or fpga family is more 
usefull.
please guide me.
Thanks.

Author: P. K. (pek)
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Try
https://www.google.ch/#q=fpga+board+tcp%2Fip

A similar question was discussed at
Beitrag "TCP/IP Stack auf FPGA Boards"

Maybe Google translator gives you a sufficiently readable English 
version.

Author: VHDL hotline (Guest)
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The information you gave us are not sufficient to give a useful response 
(i.e. requirements, your background/knowledge, ...) .

I would suggest you take a FPGA dev kit where an IP stack is
already available as demonstration. This is the starting point for your 
application. For example this

http://www.microsemi.com/products/fpga-soc/design-...

has magnetics and optical Ethernet interfaces, an FPGA with integrated 
microcontroller and a software stack for IP, for example in this demo 
design:

http://www.microsemi.com/document-portal/doc_downl...

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