Understanding OSI applications
This book provides readers with a comprehensive look at the upper layers, applications, and key supporting methods for the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model, the international communications standard. The book offers insight into the standard without becoming bogged down by overly complex technical details--covering how to specify and debug OSI-based systems, OSI protocol operations, and ISO and CCITT conventions. Appropriate for software designers, developers, and network programmers.
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Network Transport and Session Layers
ASN 1 and Presentation
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abstract syntax access context ACSE addition APDU application association application entities application layer atomic action attributes authentication basic CCITT Recommendation commitment communications connectionless control object data transfer default defined described dialogue digital signature documents encoding entry error established example Figure filestore FTAM functional unit identifier IMPLICIT indicate Information Processing Systems—Open initiator INTEGER IPMS JTM service KEY ACRONYMS management application management information management information base mechanisms message handling system N)-entity negotiated network layer network service node octets open system Open Systems Interconnection OPTIONAL OSI environment OSI network management OSI reference model parameters presentation layer Processing Systems—Open Systems protocol data unit recipient release Reliable transfer Remote operations request RTSE SEQUENCE service access point service primitives service provider session layer session service specific SS user standards structure subjob subnetwork subtree tion token TPDU transaction transfer syntax user data