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Internetting connectionless data networks with a wide area public ATM network

I-Fei Tsai, Rong-Hong Jan
1997 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
In this paper, we consider how to locate a certain amount of connectionless servers among the switching nodes in a public ATM network for the internetworking of connectionless data networks.  ...  Connectionless data services on ATM-based B-ISDN can be realized directly by means of the connectionless service jimction which is provided in connectionless servers.  ...  Connectionless data traf- fits between the B-ISDN customers are transferred by way of the connectionless sewers (CL%) in which connectionless service functions (CLSFs) are provided.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(97)00002-0 fatcat:ysly2mx2nbczhi2yzigcope4zy

Connectionless service for public ATM networks

B.J. Vickers, T. Suda
1994 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In order to accommodate the internetworking of more traditional connectionless LANs and MANs across public wide area networks like B-ISDN, a means by which connectionless service can be provided on top  ...  Suggested Summary Sentence: Providing connectionless service for the interconnection of LANs and MANs in a public ATM environment will likely entail the use of connectionless servers.  ...  , and has been prescribed by the ITU-T (formerly the CCITT) for B-ISDN.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.299836 fatcat:yy6x3mlil5cgrc5obzpyjua3qy

SMDS multicast support in ATM networks

P. Crocetti, L. Fratta, M. Gerla, M.A. Marsiglia
1994 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
In this paper we show that an ATM network equipped with Connectionless Servers (which are interconnected by a CLS overlay network) can adequately support SMDS multicasting as well as other key SMDS features  ...  The main challenge of SMDS on top of ATM stems from the fact that ATM is a connectionoriented network, while SMDS is a connectionless service.  ...  This makes it easy to upgrade a single ATM node to a full SSSB' Moreover, it makes for a smooth, easy and cost effective growth of SMDS over the B-ISDN network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-7552(09)80009-3 fatcat:5ck4esxzprbeth54z47pcn5l5y

Trends in High-Speed Data Networks

M.A. Rodrigues
1993 Journal of Communication and Information Systems  
In this paper we present a discussion of the trends in high-speed data networking.  ...  We also discuss the B-ISDN efforts towards providing a general purpose platform for supporting (current and future) applications having high-speed interconnection needs.  ...  Broadband ISDN The Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN) is a CCITT standard for a high-speed digital interface.  ... 
doi:10.14209/jcis.1993.1 fatcat:vstxyt2pkjfvxc4lzjqhlir63i

Signaling System No.7: a tutorial

A.R. Modarressi, R.A. Skoog
1990 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A. McGrew, B. P. Murphy, N. Mitra, and S. Usiskin.  ...  For example, for trunk signaling with ISDN User Part (ISDN-2The division of the point code into a three-level hierarchy allows for efficiencies in routing (e.g., STPs can route on the basis of only the  ...  The second least significant bit has become a dependent bit because B and C used that bit for routing to D and E.  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.56239 fatcat:trnuapn6kje5jpfplcwbp4qvs4

Gateway design for LAN interconnection via ISDN

Xian-Yu Zhang, Robert H. Deng
1990 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
ISDN is one of them and an attractive one. In this paper we discuss our work in the gateway design for interconnecting LANs via ISDN.  ...  Recently, the use of bridges/gateways to interconnect physically distant local area networks (LANs) has become increasingly popular. There are various ways of connecting these bridges/gateways.  ...  In the interconnected network, as mentioned before, the ISDN is used as a transparent network between the remote LANs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(90)90117-b fatcat:gbtnl45t2zfsdncihrgl5rbjo4

Routing in ATM Networks [chapter]

Raif O. Onvural, Ioanis Nikolaidis
1992 High-Speed Communication Networks  
Various routing methodologies are implemented both in connection-oriented and connectionless networks.  ...  ATM was originally developed as a switching standard for support of broadband integrated services in public, switched telephone network.  ...  Network (B-ISDN) [1] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-3450-1_10 fatcat:mqozabj3rjeb3fl25vom5rwhaa

ATM simulation with CLASS

M.Ajmone Marsan, A. Bianco, T.V. Do, L. Jereb, R. Lo Cigno, M. Munafò
1995 Performance evaluation (Print)  
Simulation tools for the performance analysis of data services in ATM networks are in particular needed for the design of the first experimental B-ISDN deployments.  ...  As a consequence, simulation tools are necessary to assist the design and development of B-ISDN.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was performed in the framework of a research contract between Politecnico di Torino and CSELT (Centro Studi e Laboratori Telecomunicazioni), and with the support of the European  ... 
doi:10.1016/0166-5316(95)00011-l fatcat:yrdhirzjufhjnosgg6apmikx2q

A fairness analysis of LAN/WAN protocol relays

E. Monteiro, F. Boavida, V. Freitas
1993 Computer networks and ISDN systems  
Simulation results show that, in a situation of overload and for different traffic patterns with different QoS requirements, the relay's channel service and acknowledgment algorithms can guarantee justice  ...  Functional standardization activities in ISO and in regional workshops are currently addressing network layer relays for the interconnection of several types of subnetworks.  ...  In [24] and later, in [2] a channel service algorithm called "fair queuing" is proposed and analyzed for gateways in connectionless mode networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0169-7552(93)90016-w fatcat:ylhkdd55qjbabnmts7w5tq7z7i

Optimal Combination of Circuit and Packet Switching in Optical Core Networks

Pratibha Menon, Richard. A. Thompson
2007 2007 Workshop on High Performance Switching and Routing  
This approach is compatible with legacy networks and can provide a mechanism for convergence of circuit switching and packet switching.  ...  With the combination of circuit switching & packet switching in computer networks, control signals are separated from the data and transmitted separately in a common control channel.  ...  The term "routing" usually refers to determining the route that a packet should follow in traversing the network.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hpsr.2007.4281220 fatcat:jy3otsnh65cy7olqvjprv4lfvq

Enabling ATM networks

R. O. Onvural, H. J. Sandick, G. M. Kump, E. A. Hervatic, P. F. Chimento
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
of the ATM standards in the network.  ...  Asynchronous transfer mode (ATM) is the primary candidate technology for emerging highspeed networks. ATM standardization provides the basic framework for building ATM networks.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors gratefully acknowledge John Drake for valuable comments on earlyversions of this paper and the members of the NBBS team for their valuable contributions to the NBBS ATM framework  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.344.0672 fatcat:x6w6ihbx45ff3pf75khn2wzf6e

Protocols for High Speed Networks: Life After ATM? [chapter]

James P. G. Sterbenz
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The current state of affairs and significant challenges in deploying a broadband Global Information Infrastructure based on ATM and B-ISDN will be discussed.  ...  In roughly the 1980's a dramatic jump in the types and scope of networking occurred, but the three categories of communication (voice, entertainment, and data) remained relatively distinct.  ...  Finally, Gerald Neufeld and Mabo Ito provided a particularly fine venue for PfHSN'94 at the University of British Columbia, and their encouragement and understanding in the face of the turmoil associated  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34885-8_1 fatcat:ihdow22ps5hqngiv3vxncoenni

A Congestion Control Mechanism for Connectionless Services offered by ATM Networks [chapter]

S. Halberstadt, D. Kofman, A. Gravey
1996 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
We propose a traffic management mechanism for connectionless networks on top of ATM infrastructures.  ...  Optimal mechanisms are obtained through Markov decision processes for a model of two tandem queues. The obtained bandwidth gain motivates the analysis of such mechanisms in a more realistic model.  ...  ITU recommendation 1211 has proposed two approaches to offer a connectionless service in B-ISDN, namely the direct and indirect methods.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35068-4_4 fatcat:ineeyfivxrguhobvmp6gtoyf6u

Suggested Reading

Gary D. Schultz
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
date, the B-ISDN framework for ATM, and current directions and approaches.  ...  Stallings con- cerns himself with both the narrowband and broadband inte- grated services digital network (ISDN and B-ISDN) standards and their key networking technologies—frame relay and ATM.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.344.0754 fatcat:efnvsw2njja2jaui2vxrmvvbp4

A survey on dependable routing in sensor networks, ad hoc networks, and cellular networks

M. Hollick, I. Martinovic, T. Krop, I. Rimac
2004 Proceedings. 30th Euromicro Conference, 2004.  
Application demands for these networks include a high quality of service as well as a high geographical coverage.  ...  networks in early 2003.  ...  Dependability in Telecommunication Networks For traditional telephone networks (PTSN) and integrated service networks (ISDN), the ITU defines concepts related to quality of service and network performance  ... 
doi:10.1109/eurmic.2004.1333412 dblp:conf/euromicro/HollickMKR04 fatcat:nm65uukhlvekxeujluy5vfow2a
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