Asynchronous Transfer Mode Networks: Performance Issues
This updated version of the best-selling first edition is a one-source reference to ATM networks. Written by one of the engineers developing IBM s ATM architecture, it provides a comprehensive review of current and emerging ATM standards, including P-NNI. Unlike traditional standards documents, this book is easy to follow and serves as a readily accessible reference for system designers, researchers, marketing staff, and graduate students of high-speed networking. Features 200 equations and 119 figures.
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Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Source Characterization in ATM Networks
Traffic Management in ATM Networks
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algorithm applications arrival process ATM address ATM cell ATM Forum ATM layer ATM networks ATM switch B-ISDN B-ISUP bandwidth Banyan Banyan network bit rate block Broadband bytes cell cell arrival cell header cell loss coding configuration congestion control connection-oriented connectionless connectionless service CPCS crossbar switch defined delay destination distribution end-to-end error exchange frame frame relay framework functions identifier IEEE illustrated in Figure incoming link INFOCOM input interface ISDN ITU-T leaky bucket MAC addresses Mbps multicast multiplexing network management network resources node number of cells outgoing link output port P-NNI parameters path payload peer group performance physical layer primitive probability protocol provides queue received request routing scheme sender server signaling messages slot SNMP specific statistical multiplexing sublayer switching element tion traffic transfer transmission transmitted transport