By Martin P. Clark
Aimed at execs making plans the know-how approach and infrastructure for company networks, this article presents a complete insurance of ATM know-how in a hugely readable layout. insurance contains an in-depth research of the technical rules of ATM and an in depth evaluate of technical criteria. the writer assesses the main significant purposes of ATM, the prevailing and sure destiny difficulties and gives a large comparsion with substitute technologies.
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Security (Ieaseline versus ATM CBR) A common network planning philosophy of some corporate network managers is to use leaselines in preference to public switched networks for cases where confidential information needs to be conveyed between two particular sites. e. transmission control protocol/internet protocol) provides protection against break-in by the hackers of the Internet world. However, to believe that a leaseline (or private wire) provides protection against physical 'tapping' of a line is a misguided dream.
9 illustrates how a physical connection may be subdivided into a number of different virtual paths, each with a unique VPI. Each of these virtual paths may then be subdivided into a number of separate virtual channels, each with a separate VCI. These are then the virtual channels which can be concatenated (by means of an ATM multiplexor, crossconnect or switch) to make up an end-to-end connection between CEQs. By understanding how VPIs and VCIs are assigned and processed, we can understand much better how multiplexors, crossconnects and switches operate in an A TM network.
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