ATM: solutions for enterprise internetworking
This book is aimed at the ATM implementor responsible for supporting the next generation of applications on a corporate internetwork. The book discusses ATM in logical and wide areas, comparing it to competing technologies and then evaluating the differing ATM architectures in relation to existing internetworking environments and protocols.
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64 Kbps AAL5 applications architecture ATM address ATM cell ATM Forum ATM interface ATM layer ATM network ATM service ATM switch ATMARP B-ISDN backbone bandwidth Broadband buffering capable channel Classical configuration congestion connection data rates defined deployed deployment destination devices Digital ELAN encapsulation end-systems end-to-end Ethernet example FDDI fiber Figure Frame Relay function header IETF ILMI implement interconnect Internet internetworking interworking IPv6 ISDN ITU-T LAN emulation LAN switch LANE MAC address mapping Mbps MPOA multicast multiple multiplexing multiprotocol NBMA network layer network management NHRP nodes NSAP address octets packet path physical layer PNNI protocol pt-mpt PVCs router routing RSVP segments server service providers signaling SMDS SNMP standards subnet tion Token Ring traffic transmission vendors VLAN wide area workgroup workstation