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A Napatech NT accelerator can be configured to divide traffic received by the accelerator, in up to 128 host buffers with dynamic segment size and 64 host buffers with static segment size, and in up to 128 or 64 streams in the host computer. This allows multiple threads or processes, running on different CPU cores, to split the traffic processing. Once the streams are defined in the system host, there are a variety of ways to specify the distribution of traffic to the host buffers. These include: round-robin distribution, selection based on a variety of hash key types, and filter selection.