Inlab Scheme

Inlab Scheme is an independent implementation of the algorithmic language Scheme as defined by the R4RS and the IEEE Standard 1178. Additionally it includes several concepts, procedures and data types as introduced by MIT Scheme Release 7.4 in 1996.

Unique features are integral native networking data types (MAC addresses, IP addresses and their ranges), raw Ethernet access for packet processing and injection, very fast skip list data structures and the ability to attach and control packet processing threads written in C.

Inlab Scheme has many roles, to name a few:

  • It’s our general R&D language for implementing and exploring new algorithms,
  • a versatile tool for network stress and penetration testing,
  • and a network operating system (NOS) for new networking and security products.

Inlab Scheme is currently not a product by its own.

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