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By Michael Busby

ISBN-10: 155622592X

ISBN-13: 9781556225925

In a booklet for the non-communications expert, ATM (asynchronous move mode) and ADSL (digital sign line) applied sciences are awarded at an comprehensible point. The CD-ROM includes ATM education software program. .

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Setting CI=1 is typically how destinations indicate that EFCI has been received on a previous data cell. CIP Carrier Identification Parameter: A 3 or 4 digit code in the initial address message identifying the carrier to be used for the connection. CIR Committed Information Rate: CIR is the information transfer rate which a network offering Frame Relay Services (FRS) is committed to transfer under normal conditions. The rate is averaged over a minimum increment of time. CL Connectionless Service: A service which allows the transfer of information among service subscribers without the need for end-to-end establishment procedures.

It has local significance only and the value encoded in the field is not carried end-to-end. H-Channel H-Channels are ISDN bearer services that have pre-defined speeds, starting and stopping locations on a PRI and are contiguously transported from one PRI site through networks to another PRI site. H0 Channel A 384 kbps channel that consists of six contiguous DS0s (64 kbps) of a T1 line. H10 Channel The North American 1472 kbps channel from a T1 or primary rate carrier. This is equivalent to twenty-three (23) 64 kbps channels.

Source generated RM-cells are initialized with BN=0. BOM Beginning of Message: An indicator contained in the first cell of an ATM segmented packet. Border Node A logical node that is in a specified peer group, and has at least one link that crosses the peer group boundary. BPDU Bridge Protocol Data Unit: A message type used by bridges to exchange management and control information. BPP Bridge Port Pair (Source Routing Descriptor): Frame header information identifying a bridge/LAN pair of a Source route segment.

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