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What does ESP stand for?

ESP stands for Encapsulating Security Payload

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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To address the rising concern among users for network security, NEC Electronics' VR4133 processor provides support for several security protocol algorithms in hardware, such as Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP), including Data Encryption Standard (DES), triple DES and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) algorithms, as well as Authentication Header (AH), including Secure Hash Algorithm (SHA).
The solution combines Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) packet encryption and Authentication Header (AH) capabilities to ensure private information transition is free from snooping and tampering.
The demo will be driven by an Ixia Xcellon-Ultra[TM] XTS/40, the highest-performing IPsec traffic generator and test system on the market, enabling a wide variety of traffic profiles and security configurations with more than 10Gbps of Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) traffic per LTE SEG 100 blade.
This patent was filed March 1, 2004, and includes 51 claims to protect inventions related to VPSTN technologies, including automatic discovery of parties' capability to support VPSTN traffic, as well as the auto-initiation of encapsulated, compressed, and encrypted traffic, including VoIP-compatible encapsulating security payload," stated Mark Collier, SecureLogix CTO and vice president of engineering.