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Broadband networking ABCs for managers : ATM, BISDN, cell/frame relay to SONET

Broadband networking ABCs for managers : ATM, BISDN, cell/frame relay to SONET (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Davidson, Robert P.
Title Statement
Broadband networking ABCs for managers : ATM, BISDN, cell/frame relay to SONET / Robert P. Davidson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   John Wiley & Sons,   c1994.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 176 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0894354590 (acid-free) :
General Note
Includes index.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Computer networks. Broadband communication systems. Data transmission systems.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xi
1. Introduction = 1
 1.1. Network Trends = 3
 1.2. Enter Broadband Applications = 3
 1.3. Conclusion = 5
2 Communications Trends = 7
 2.1. Introduction = 7
 2.2. Open Systems Interconnect(OSI) = 7
 2.3. Client / server Computing = 9
  2.3.1. Bottlenecks = 10
  2.3.2. Desktop Intelligence = 11
 2.4. More Broadband Applications = 13
  2.4.1. Workgroup software = 14
  2.4.2. Multimedia and Hypertext = 17
  2.4.3. Videoconferencing = 19
  2.4.4. Image Processing = 19
  2.4.5. Optical Computers = 21
  2.4.6. Mobile Competing = 21
  2.4.7. Home Video = 22
  2.4.8. Voice Processing = 23
   2.4.8.1. Hardware & Software = 24
   2.4.8.2. Applications = 26
   2.4.8.3. Integration = 27
 2.5 Supporting Technology = 28
  2.5.1. Fiber Optic Cable = 28
  2.5.2. Shared Versus Concurrent Media Technologies = 29
  2.5.3. Silicon Integration = 30
  2.5.4. Wireless Communications = 31
 2.6. Conclusion = 32
3. Elements of Broadband Networks = 33
 3.1. Introduction = 33
 3.2. Changing Business Networks = 34
  3.2.1. Telecommuting, E-mail, and Facsimile = 34
  3.2.2. Social Impact = 35
 3.3. Highspeed Mainframe Interfaces = 36
 3.4. CPE : Connecting to the Network = 37
  3.4.1. The Local Environment = 37
  3.4.2. Transport Environment = 38
  3.4.3. Switching Environment = 39
  3.4.4. Management = 40
 3.5. Conclusion = 40
4. LANs = 41
 4.1. Introduction = 41
 4.2. LAN Operation = 42
  4.2.1. Topology = 43
  4.2.2. Access = 44
  4.2.3. Interface and Media = 44
  4.2.4. Protocols = 46
  4.2.5. Network Management = 47
 4.3 Broadband LANs = 49
  4.3.1. Ethernet = 51
   4.3.1.1. Frame = 53
   4.3.1.2. Network Addresses = 55
   4.3.1.3. Physical Elements = 55
  4.3.2. Fast Ethernet = 56
  4.3.3. Token Ring = 57
 4.4 The Fiber Distributed Data Interface(FDDI) = 60
  4.4.1 Operation = 61
  4.4.2. Voice on FDDI-Ⅱ = 62
  4.4.3. Local Talk = 64
  4.4.4 ARCNET = 64
 4.5. Conclusion = 64
5. LAN Internetworking = 65
 5.1. Introduction = 65
 5.2. Private Networks = 65
 5.3. LAN Internets = 66
  5.3.1. Repeaters = 66
  5.3.2. Gateway = 67
  5.3.3. Routers = 68
   5.3.3.1. Routing Standards = 70
   5.3.3.2. Routing Information Protocol(RIP) = 71
   5.3.3.3. Open Shortest Path First(OSPF) = 71
 5.4. Bridges = 72
 5.5. Hubs = 73
  5.5.1. Collapsed Backbones = 76
 5.6. Enterprise Switch = 76
 5.7 Conclusion = 78
6. Broadband Technologies = 81
 6.1. Introduction = 81
  6.1.1. Frame Relay = 81
  6.1.2. Cell Relay = 85
 6.2. Asynehronous Transfer Mode(ATM) = 86
  6.2.1. Broadband Switching = 87
  6.2.2. ATM Standard Layers = 89
   6.2.2.1. Physical Layer = 89
   6.2.2.2. ATM Layer = 90
   6.2.2.3. ATM Adaptation Layer = 91
  6.3. Conclusion = 92
7. Transmission = 93
 7.1. Introduction = 93
 7.2. Broadband Asynchronous Transmission: T3 / E3 = 94
 7.3. SONET and SDH = 95
  7.3.1. Network Architecture = 97
  7.3.2. Transmission Rates = 97
  7.3.3. Synchronous Clocks = 98
 7.4. Layered Structure = 99
  7.4.1. Physical Layer = 100
  7.4.2. Section Layer = 100
  7.4.3. Line Layer = 101
  7.4.4. Path Layer = 101
 7.5. Section, Line, Path Structure = 101
  7.5.1. Section = 101
  7.5.2. Line = 101
  7.5.3. Path = 102
 7.6. SONET Frames = 103
  7.6.1. STS-Nc Concatenation Format = 104
  7.6.2. Section, Line, and Path Overheads = 106
   7.6.2.1. Sectiion Overhead = 106
   7.6.2.2. Line Overhead = 107
   7.6.2.3. Path Overhead = 108
  7.6.3. Virtual Tributaries = 108
  7.6.4. SONET Standards = 109
   7.6.4.1. Phase Ⅰ = 110
   7.6.4.2. Phase Ⅱ = 110
   7.6.4.3. Phase Ⅲ = 110
   7.7. Conclusion = 113
8. SONET Elements & Networks = 115
 8.1. Introduction = 115
 8.2. SONET Multiplexers = 115
  8.2.1. Interfaces = 116
  8.2.2. Features = 116
  8.2.3. Ring Applications = 118
 8.3 Remote Fiber Terminal(RFT) = 118
 8.4. Digital Cross-connect(DCs) = 121
  8.4.1. Interfaces = 121
  8.4.2. DCS Features = 122
 8.5. Switching = 124
 8.6. Asynchronous Equipment Compatibility = 124
 8.7. Applications = 127
  8.7.1. Self-healing Ring Structures = 128
   8.7.1.1. Dual Ring / Unidirectional Structure = 128
   8.7.1.2. Interoffice Ring = 129
   8.7.1.3. Loop(Feeder) Ring = 130
   8.7.1.4. Hierarchical Rings = 131
 8.8. Research Networks = 133
 8.9. Bypass and Dark Fiber = 133
 8.10. Conclusion = 134
9. MANs to WANs = 137
 9.1. Introduction = 137
 9.2. Switched Multimegabit Data Service(SMDS) = 139
 9.3. WANs = 142
  9.3.1. Broadband WAN Elements = 143
   9.3.1.1. Router = 143
   9.3.1.2. Switch = 144
   9.3.1.3. Multiplexer = 145
   9.3.1.4. CSU / DSU = 146
 9.4. Frame Relay Networks = 146
 9.5. ATM-based Networks = 148
  9.5.1. LANs = 148
  9.5.2. Public Broadband Networks = 148
  9.5.3. Telco / PTT = 150
  9.5.4. Other Providers = 150
 9.6. BISDN = 151
 9.7. NISDN = 151
 9.8. Cable TV Networks = 152
 9.9. Conclusion = 153
10. Planning Considerations = 155
 10.1. Introduction = 155
 10.2. Assess the Situation = 155
 10.3. Match Networks to Business Needs = 156
 10.4. Unify Communications = 157
  10.4.1. Consider Carrier Services = 157
  10.4.2. Unconnected Pockets of LANs = 158
  10.4.3. Global Ubiquity = 160
 10.5. Management Standards = 161
 10.6. New Roles = 161
 10.7. Conclusion = 162
Appendix 1 Broadband Network Standards = 163
Appendix 2 Glossary = 167
About the Author = 173
Index = 175


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