Demystifying ATM ADSL by Michael Busby

By Michael Busby

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

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A node is represented in a peer group either directly or through one of its ancestors. Communication Endpoint An object associated with a set of attributes which are specified at the communication creation time. Configuration The phase in which the LE Client discovers the LE Service. Connection An ATM connection consists of concatenation of ATM Layer links in order to provide an end-to-end information transfer capability to access points. Connection In switched virtual connection (SVC) environments the LAN Emulation Management entities set up connections between each other using UNI signaling.

LECS LAN Emulation Configuration Server: This implements the policy controlled assignment of individual LE clients to different emulated LANs by providing the LES ATM addresses. LES LAN Emulation Server: This implements the control coordination function for the Emulated LAN, examples are enabling a LEC to join an ELAN, resolving MAC to ATM addresses. LGN 54 55 Logical Group Node: LGN is a single node that represents the lowest level peer groups in the respective higher level peer group. LIJP Leaf Initiated Joint Parameter: Root screening options and Information Element (IE) instructions carried in SETUP message.

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.

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