By Harry G. Perros
Asynchronous move Mode (ATM) has revolutionized telecommunications, and has turn into an essential component of the networking infrastructure.This introductory well-structured textual content on ATM networks describes their improvement, structure, congestion keep an eye on, deployment, and signalling in an intuitive, available means. It covers vast historical past details and contains routines that aid the reasons during the book.The networking professional Harry G. Perros explains ATM networks, together with such scorching themes as:* ATM variation layer 2* caliber of provider* Congestion keep watch over* Tag switching and MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching)* ADSL-based entry networks* Signalling* PNNI (Private community Node Interface)An creation to ATM Networks is a textbook for graduate scholars and undergraduates in electric engineering and computing device technology in addition to a reference paintings for networking engineers.An on-line strategies handbook is now to be had.
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This was deemed necessary since early transmission links were inherently unreliable. Modern fiber-based communications links are highly reliable, and as will be seen later on in this book, there is no need for all the data link functionality. The network layer is concerned with routing packets from source to destination, congestion control, and internetworking. The transport protocol is concerned with the end-to-end packet transfer, that is, between an application in the source computer and an application in the destination computer.
3 DATA LINK LAYER This protocol layer was designed to provide a reliable point-to-point connection over an unreliable link. The main functions of the data link layer are: window flow control, error control, frame synchronization, sequencing, addressing, and link management. At this layer, a packet is referred to as a frame. Below, we examine the window-flow control mechanism, error detection schemes, and the error control mechanism. Window-flow control This is a technique for ensuring that a transmitting station does not over-run the receiving station's buffer.
At this layer, a packet is referred to as a frame. Below, we examine the window-flow control mechanism, error detection schemes, and the error control mechanism. Window-flow control This is a technique for ensuring that a transmitting station does not over-run the receiving station's buffer. The simplest scheme is stop-and-wait. The sender transmits a single frame and then waits until the receiver gets the frame and sends an acknowledgment (ACK). When the sender receives the ACK, it transmits a new frame.
An Introduction to ATM Networks by Harry G. Perros