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Point-to-Point Network Switching

Point-to-Point Network Switching

Point-to-Point Network Switching . Point-to-Point Network Switching. Circuit Switching, Message Switching, Packet Switching, Cell Switching Connection-Oriented versus Connectionless Virtual Circuit versus Datagram Networks Internal/External Abstractions. Point-to-Point Switching.

By adamdaniel
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Wide Area Networking & Internetworking

Wide Area Networking & Internetworking

Wide Area Networking & Internetworking. Unit 7, Chapter 13 & 14 How do they talk to each other?. Objectives. Summarize the characteristics and capabilities of a wide area network (WAN). Identify distinguishing attributes of WANs as compared to LANs.

By sandra_john
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Chapter 4: Communication

Chapter 4: Communication

Chapter 4: Communication. Fundamentals. Introduction. In a distributed system, processes run on different machines. Processes can only exchange information through message passing. harder to program than shared memory communication

By korene
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MPLS VPN Configurations Khalid Raza

MPLS VPN Configurations Khalid Raza

MPLS VPN Configurations Khalid Raza. Agenda. Introduction to VPNs concepts VPN definitions Types of VPNs (Overlay/Peer) Comparison between Overlay and Peer model Benefits for MPLS VPNs. Agenda. Idea behind VRF, RD, RT Route propagation in MP-BGP Routing between PE-CE

By tal
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Any Questions?

Any Questions?

Any Questions?. Chapter 4-Fundamentals of WANS. OSI Layer 1 for Point-to-Point WANs OSI Layer 2 for Point-to-Point WANs Frame Relay and Packet-Switching Services. Do I know this?. Go through the Quiz- 5 minutes.

By heloise
(157 views)

Network Interface Cards

Network Interface Cards

Network Interface Cards. Types. RJ45. LC. BNC. Fiber optic. Wired netcard. Coaxial. Dongles. History of NIC.

By reba
(308 views)

Point-to-Point Network Switching

Point-to-Point Network Switching

Point-to-Point Network Switching . Point-to-Point Network Switching. Circuit Switching, Message Switching, Packet Switching, Cell Switching Connection-Oriented versus Connectionless Virtual Circuit versus Datagram Networks Internal/External Abstractions. Point-to-Point Switching.

By tacita
(201 views)

Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks ( WPANs ) Submission Title: [ 6TiSCH + 802.1

Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks ( WPANs ) Submission Title: [ 6TiSCH + 802.1

Project: IEEE P802.15 Working Group for Wireless Personal Area Networks ( WPANs ) Submission Title: [ 6TiSCH + 802.1 for a new IPv6 MultiLink subnet ] Date Submitted: [ 12 November 2013 ] Source: [ Pascal Thubert ] Company [ Cisco ] Address [ pthubert@cisco.com ]

By darena
(111 views)

Chapter 17 Homework

Chapter 17 Homework

Chapter 17 Homework. 1,7,15,28, 35, 36. Chapter 17 X.25. X.25 Layers X.25 Operation. X.25. X.25 : A packet switching WAN developed by ITU in 1976 ITU recommends packet size of 128 bytes It can support larger packets up to 1024 bytes Normal speed is 64 Kbps .

By aliya
(171 views)

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Networks

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Networks

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Networks. Andreas Prodromou. The Network. Cell-switching and multiplexing technology Combines the benefits of: Circuit switching (Virtual Circuits): Guaranteed capacity and constant transmission delay Packet switching: Flexibility and efficiency

By dwight
(267 views)

CSE 461

CSE 461

CSE 461. Section #7: Getting Data from Point A to Point B. Packet-Switched Networks. Host B. Router. Router. Router. Router. Router. Host A. Router. Router. Packet-Switched Networks. What are some advantages of this? Easy to set up and add nodes Scales well

By hea
(148 views)

INTERNATIONAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (ISCS) SUCESSOR TCP/IP SYSTEM

INTERNATIONAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (ISCS) SUCESSOR TCP/IP SYSTEM

INTERNATIONAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (ISCS) SUCESSOR TCP/IP SYSTEM. Background - Status – Backup RA IV/WG-PIW-04/Doc. 5.2(1) ISCS Status (13.X.2004) Submitted by F. Branski, (USA). The International Satellite Communications System (ISCS ) GENERAL DESCRIPTION & PURPOSE

By menora
(146 views)

FRAME RELAY

FRAME RELAY

FRAME RELAY. E0 192.168.1.150. E0 192.168.3.150. LAN - 192.168.1.0/24. LAN - 192.168.3.0/24. E0 192.168.2.150. HYDERABAD OFFICE. BANGLORE OFFICE. LAN - 192.168.2.0/24. CHENNAI OFFICE. Frame Relay.

By nia
(118 views)

Computer Networks

Computer Networks

Computer Networks. Set 10 X.25, ATM and Frame Relay. X.25. 1976 Interface between host and packet switched network Almost universal on packet switched networks and packet switching in ISDN Defines three layers Physical Link Packet. X.25 - Physical.

By neka
(149 views)

Wide Area Networks

Wide Area Networks

Wide Area Networks. Wide Area Networks WAN. • Bridging of any distance • Usually for covering of a country or a continent

By saber
(155 views)

Networks and Protocols CE00997-3

Networks and Protocols CE00997-3

Networks and Protocols CE00997-3. Week 5b. WAN’s, Frame Relay, DSL, Cable. Packet Switched - X.25 Protocol. X.25 provides low bit rate, packet switched service, offering variable capacity over circuits that can be either switched or permanent. ITU X.25 Protocol.

By velma
(128 views)

CS 640: Computer Networks

CS 640: Computer Networks

CS 640: Computer Networks. Aditya Akella Lecture 6 - Error/Flow Control & Intro to Switching and Medium Access Control. Error Coding. Transmission process may introduce errors into a message. Single bit errors versus burst errors Detection: e.g. CRC

By bryant
(101 views)

The Minerva Project

The Minerva Project

The Minerva Project. Jeremiah F. Cowden Carolin L. Karim Jason H. Kummerl Rachel A. Schaefer Matthew P. Spahr. Final Presentation December 12, 2003 CSE 480 Senior Design Dr. Richard E. Haskell. The Minerva Project Outline – Part I. Part I – Overview Introduction

By kolya
(174 views)

Overview

Overview

Overview. Last Lecture Routing in WAN Source: chapter 10 This Lecture X.25 Source: chapter 10 Next Lecture Congestion control Source: chapter 12. X.25. Approved in 1976 Interface between host and packet switched network

By elden
(158 views)

WAN Standards

WAN Standards

WAN Standards. Computer Engineering Department King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals alnajjar@ccse.kfupm.edu.sa. Computer Networks, February 17 - 21, 2001. WANs (Wide Area Networks). WANs are structured with irregular placement of the nodes. WANs (cont).

By reuel
(157 views)

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