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Multiprotocol Transport Networking: Eliminating application dependencies on communications protocols

D. Pozefsky, R. Turner, A. K. Edwards, S. Sarkar, J. Matthew, G. Bollella, K. Tracey, D. Poirier, J. Fetvedt, W. S. Hobgood, W. A. Doeringer, D. Dykeman
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
Multiprotocol Transport Networking: Eliminating application dependencies on communications protocols The Multiprotocol Transport Networking (MPTN) architecture is a general solution that breaks the binding  ...  Dykeman, “Multiprotocol Transport Net- working: A General Internetworking Solution,” Proceed- ings of the 1993 International Conference on Network Protocols, "EEE Computer Society Press, Los Alamitos,  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.343.0472 fatcat:wic3efaxvreidml2j4zl5qt4tm

Internetworking Telephony, IP and ATM Networks

M. Veeraraghavan
1999 Journal of Communication and Information Systems  
Urn prototipo demonstrativo e descrito para a interligacao de redes IP e ATM. Abstract-This paper proposes a general internetworking principle applicable to internetworking any two networks.  ...  A proof-of-concept prototype implementation of the IP-ATM internetworking solution is also described.  ...  However, we think a packet switched connection-oriented mode such as ATM is the ideal Internetworking Telephony, IP and ATM Networks This paper provides a solution to the more general internetworking problem  ... 
doi:10.14209/jcis.1999.1 fatcat:azvljv6j2zbgpgajrodndmzkxy

Internetworking connectionless and connection oriented networks

M. Veeraraghavan, M. Karol
1999 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Given the expectation that most endpoint-generated traffic will be in the form of connectionless (CL) IP datagrams, we address the problem of how to internetwork a CL (IP) network with a CO network.  ...  ., the internetworking of CL IP networks with CO networks operated in a switched mode.  ...  Prior work: MPOA Having described our proposed solution for internetworking a CL IP network with a CO network operated in the switched mode, we briefly review the MultiProtocol Over ATM (MPOA) solution  ... 
doi:10.1109/35.809397 fatcat:7higz6txafa7vauiejhzpzvovu

Convergence of IP-Based and Optical Transport Networks [chapter]

Artur Lason, Antonio Manzalini, Giorgos Chatzilias, Lampros Raptis, Didier Colle, Piet Demeester, Mario Pickavet, Monika Jaeger
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This reason motivates the introduction of a client-independent Optical Transport Network (OTN) as a missing link to guarantee a smooth evolution from legacy networks to a data-centric OTN.  ...  Nevertheless incumbent NSPs that build a multi-service IP network are going to need connectivity to its preexisting legacy networks (e.g. ATM, SONET, SDH).  ...  Acknowledgments This paper has been prepared in the framework of the IST project LION -Layers Interworking in Optical Networks. The Authors wish to thank all project Participants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-40019-2_15 fatcat:rwnsvjmmq5a2nmtnw77n4acgzq

Multiprotocol networking—a blueprint

M. L. Hess, J. A. Lorrain, G. R. McGee
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
A typical network today will have a variety of protocols and often a variety of multiprotocol solutions. Tomorrow’s networks are being designed with a recognition of our multiprotocol legacy.  ...  Such ex- clusions can distort networking realities and obscure both the multiprotocol challenge and solution.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.343.0330 fatcat:y3ur7ohfxva7njjafsf3sdc4ou

Network Convergence over MPLS [chapter]

Enrique Vázquez, Manuel Álvarez-Campana, Ana B. García
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
over a single packet infrastructure, in a new attempt to solve the old problem of network convergence.  ...  Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) is emerging as a flexible technology that can transport voice, IPv4, IPv6, layer 2 services (Frame Relay, ATM, Ethernet, etc.), and even PDH and SDH/SONET circuits  ...  The Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) architecture, standardized by the IETF in 2001 [3] , follows this general approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25969-5_26 fatcat:4565bnyxhfcunjcbwk3mnny2am

Next-generation networks

Douglas C. Dowden, Richard D. Gitlin, Robert L. Martin
2002 Bell Labs technical journal  
It also provides a multiservice, high-performance, and highly reliable next-generation network architecture. This architecture serves as a framework for placing the papers in this issue in context.  ...  This paper discusses the forces that are moving today's networks toward converged, next-generation networks.  ...  -"A Comparison of Next-Generation IP-Centric Transport Architectures" 5 -evaluates transport architecture alternatives to carry IP-based traffic in the backbone.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bltj.2125 fatcat:jplam6r3svab7hzetnwn5g7ksi

Books

Norm C. Strole
1998 IBM Systems Journal  
IBM’s family of AnyNet* products, for example, provides multiprotocol trans- port for TCP/IP, IPX (Internetwork Protocol Ex- change), and NetBIOS, in addition to SNA, over SNA/APPN wide area backbones.  ...  These users are more likely to utilize a traditional SNA WAN infrastructure that transports non-SNA traffic.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.374.0604 fatcat:qckxbax4trdjhoqk7irtfzyyei

Chembench: a cheminformatics workbench

Theo Walker, Christopher M. Grulke, Diane Pozefsky, Alexander Tropsha
2010 Bioinformatics  
"Multiprotocol Transport Networking: A General Internetworking Solution" with K.  ...  "Multiprotocol Transport Networking: Eliminating Application Dependencies on Communications Protocols" with R. Turner et al, IBM Systems Journal volume 34 issue 3, pp. 472-500, July 1995.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btq556 pmid:20889496 pmcid:PMC2982152 fatcat:5v5rxok7pbcwxevpdwqvr7jxl4

Campus Network Virtualization using Multiprotocol Label Switching Virtual Private Networks (MPLS-VPNs)

Frank Ibikunle, Segun Oloja, Esi Philip O.
2013 International Journal of Applied Information Systems  
Finally, the paper proposed how MPLS-VPNs (a technology generally assumed to be limited to network service providers) can be implemented in campus networks.  ...  It also goes further to show how network virtualization can be achieved using Multiprotocol Label Switching-Virtual Private Networks (MPLS-VPNS).  ...  It is generally a portion of a company (or the whole company) constrained to a fixed geographic area.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijais12-450569 fatcat:emchycrmkrdorbs4ba622qsbgi

The optical network control plane: state of the standards and deployment

D. Saha, B. Rajagopalan, G. Bernstein
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
In the last three years, the notion of an optical control plane has rapidly ascended from being a mere concept to a detailed set of protocol standards developed with broad industry participation.  ...  In this article we present a brief overview of optical control plane architecture and the associated protocols.  ...  There are three main sets of standards coming out of these bodies: generalized multiprotocol label switching (GMPLS), optical UNI (O-UNI) (work on NNI has begun), and the automatic switched optical network  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1222718 fatcat:hpyjtcxeynaipmfznistw2aj54

NBBS network management

S. A. Owen
1995 IBM Systems Journal  
Network management for Networking BroadBand Services (NBBS), a general-purpose, multiprotocol, high-speed transport backbone is discussed.  ...  The managed environment for high-speed transport networks and some features of the NBBS architecture that have influenced the network management solution are described, along with the relationship between  ...  simplifying an early draft for wider audience appeal; Matt Hess, for high-level perspective and management support; and Gary Schultz, for advice on the paper's organization and level of detail, and for his generous  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.344.0725 fatcat:obgwegoq2bandf3vqumdqvp74m

MPLS (Multi Protocol Label Switching) [chapter]

2013 Local Networks and the Internet  
This article describes the main features of Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS), a standard architecture proposed by the IETF that integrates label swapping forwarding with network layer routing.  ...  Finally, support of traffic engineering and Quality of Service mechanisms in MPLS networks is analysed.  ...  In this context, the Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) architecture [10] is the result of the current IETF work to standardise a solution that integrates label swapping forwarding with network layer  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118599822.ch14 fatcat:ph46zcgh5baarm3cygtmirb2zm

Application, design, and evolution of DWDM in Pan-European Transport Networks

D. Colle, P. Demeester, P. Lagasse, P. Falcao, P. Arijs
2003 IEEE Communications Magazine  
Through those, and adding a generalized multiprotocol label switching (GMPLS) control plane, backbone networks keep their optical level of switching and grooming granularity, enable Ethernet in the WAN  ...  transport networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2003.1232234 fatcat:kij3oif3tfhy3eznit5pn54kdy

From content distribution networks to content networks — issues and challenges

Thomas Plagemann, Vera Goebel, Andreas Mauthe, Laurent Mathy, Thierry Turletti, Guillaume Urvoy-Keller
2006 Computer Communications  
Modern CDN solutions aim to additionally automate the CDN management.  ...  If these operations are also supported by the distribution infrastructure, we call the infrastructure Content Networks (CN) instead of CDN.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been supported by E-Next, a Networkof-Excellence in the 6 th Framework of the European Commission.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2005.06.006 fatcat:667rjlsd3ndxhpqxuksgcaprpu
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