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Connection Oriented Networks - Perros H.G

Perros H.G Connection Oriented Networks - John Wiley & Sons, 2005. - 359 p.
ISBN 0-470-02163-2
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Index
2F-BLSR, see two-fiber bidirectional line switched ring 2F-OBLSR, see two-fiber optical bidirectional link sharing ring 2F-UPSR, see two-fiber unidirectional path switched ring 3-dB coupler, 197, 206 4F-BLSR, see four-fiber bidirectional line switched ring 4F-OBLSR, see four-fiber optical bidirectional link sharing ring
A2oMPLS, see AAL 2 over MPLS AAL, see ATM adaptation layer AAL 2 negotiation procedure, 70, 71 AAL 2 over MPLS, 13, 292, 313, 315 AAL 2 SSCS for trunking, 292, 302, 305,
306, 308, 309, 315, 316 ABCD signaling bits., 294, 296, 303 ABR, see available bit rate ABT, see ATM block transfer ACR, see allowable cell rate adaptive clock method, 68 adaptive pulse code modulation, 307 add/drop multiplexer, 33, 45, 182, 198, 200, 206
address resolution protocol, 135 ADM, see add/drop multiplexer ADPCM, see adaptive pulse code modulation ADSL, see asymmetric digital subscriber line ADSL access multiplexer, 263 ADSL transceiver unit at the central office, 263, 270
ADSL transceiver unit at the remote terminal, 263, 270
ADSL2, 262, 269-271
ADSL2+, 262, 269-271
AFI, see authority and format identifier
allowable cell rate, 82, 108, 109
American National Standards Institute, 13,
15
ANP, see AAL 2 negotiation procedure ANSI, see American National Standards Institute
APON, see ATM passive optical networks APS, see automatic protection switching ARIMA, see autoregressive integrated moving average
ARP, see address resolution protocol associated signaling, 123 asymmetric digital subscriber line, 262 asynchronous transfer mode, 9, 47, 300 ATM, see asynchronous transfer mode ATM adaptation layer, 9, 52, 53, 57, 62-72, 82, 90
ATM block transfer, 92, 95, 98 -99 ATM multiplexer, 95, 270 ATM passive optical networks, 8, 9, 12, 47, 261, 281-289 ATM transfer capabilities, 92, 99 ATM trunking for voice, 13, 291, 301 attenuation, 188 -191, 194, 204 ATU-C, see ADSL transceiver unit at the central office ATU-R, see ADSL transceiver unit at the remote terminal audio packet, 76-80, 309 automatic protection switching, 28, 35, 211, 216
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INDEX
autoregressive integrated moving average, 85, 111
available bit rate, 52, 57, 90, 106-107
B-frame, see bidirectional-coded frame B-ISDN, see broadband integrated services data network backward explicit congestion notification, 108 BAS, see broadband access server BCD, see binary coded decimal BE, see best effort service BECN, see backward explicit congestion notification best effort service, 165-167, 280, 281 BGP, see border gateway protocol bidirectional line switched ring, 37 bidirectional path switched ring, 37 bidirectional-coded frame, 84 binary coded decimal, 123 BIP, see bit interleaved parity bit interleaved parity, 28, 286 block coding, 40, 43, 55 BLSR, see bidirectional line switched ring border gateway protocol, 137 BPSR, see bidirectional path switched ring broadband access server, 269 broadband integrated services data network, 9,
47, 300
broadcast communication network, 1, 3 BT, see burst tolerance burst tolerance, 82, 105
cable modem, 8, 272, 276, 289, 291 cable modem termination system, 272 CAC, see call admission control call admission control, 51, 58, 81, 88, 90, 92-93
CAS, see channel-associated signaling CAS bits packet, 305, 306, 310 CBR, see constant bit rate CBS, see committed burst size CCITT, see International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee CCR, see current cell rate CCS, see common channel signaling CDR, see committed data rate CDVT, see cell delay variation tolerance cell delay variation tolerance, 82, 84, 88, 90,
91, 102, 103 cell delineation, 43, 54, 218 cell error rate, 89
cell loss priority bit, 52, 105
cell loss rate, 56, 57, 83, 87, 93, 95-97, 106
cell misinsertion rate, 89, 90
cell transfer delay, 87-89, 95, 111
central office, 6, 262, 263, 293, 302, 304
CER, see cell error rate
CES, see circuit emulation service
channel identifier, 70, 316
channel-associated signaling, 292, 294-296
Channelized voice over DSL, 270
cHEC, see core head error control
chromatic dispersion, 190
churning, 281, 289
CI, see connection identifier
CID, see channel identifier
circuit emulation service, 9, 13, 47, 57, 58,
61, 63, 66, 85, 90, 291, 292, 301-303 circuit switching network, 1 -4, 7, 8, 18, 34,
205
class of service, 137, 231 classical IP, 9, 47, 72-80, 273, 274 classless inter-domain routing, 134-135 CLEC, see competitive local exchange carrier CLP, see cell loss priority bit CLR, see cell loss rate CM, see cable modem CMR, see cell misinsertion rate CMTS, see cable modem termination system CO, see central office committed burst size, 162, 164-165 committed data rate, 162, 164-165 common channel signaling, 294, 296 common part convergence sublaye, 71 common part sublayer, 62 competitive local exchange carrier, 267, 291 confirmed connection setup, 246, 247, 252 connection, 1, 3-12, 14, 18, 33, 34, 37, 38, 40, 41, 47, 49-51, 55-58, 60-62, 66, 67, 81, 82, 86-90, 92-97, 110, 115, 181, 189, 199, 202, 205-207, 214, 215,
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