Internetworking Over ATM: An Introduction
Prentice Hall PTR, 1996 - Computers - 260 pages
This is a complete guide to using ATM networks with legacy networking protocols such as IP and APPN. It describes the potential problems of using ATM with legacy protocols, including advantages and disadvantages, and presents the switched virtual networking architecture as a solution for ATM internetworking.
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Emulated and Virtual LANs
Multiprotocol over ATM MPOA
APPN Support in ATM Networks
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AAL5 address resolution Address Resolution Protocol AHFG anycast anycast address applications APPN ATM Adaptation Layer ATM address ATM Forum ATM network ATM switches bandwidth broadcast and unknown bytes cache CIF-AD configuration connection Convergence Sublayer defined delay direct VCC EDFG egress router ELAN emulated LAN encapsulation end system end-to-end error recovery Ethernet Figure flow forward frame relay function header hop resolution reply hop resolution request I-PNNI IASG ICFG implement interface Internet internetwork internetwork layer IP address IP subnet IPv4 IPv6 LAN emulation client LDLC MAC address MPOA multicast address multiple Multiprotocol native ATM DLC NBBS NBMA subnetwork NHRP NHSs OSPF packet path peer group Phy Phy PNNI point-to-multipoint reachability router routing protocol RSVP sequence number setup signalling SVC request topology traffic transport unicast unknown server VLAN