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Author Toy, Mehmet, author

Title Third Networks and Services / by Mehmet Toy, Hakki Candan Cankaya
Published Norwood, MA : Artech House, [2017]
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Description 1 online resource
Series Artech House communications and network engineering series
Artech House communications and network engineering series.
Contents Third Networks and Services; Contents; Foreword by Nan Chen; Foreword by Michael Lanman; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Basic Ethernet; 1.3 Synchronization; 1.4 Pseudowires; 1.5 Protection; 1.6 Carrier Ethernet Architectures and Services; 1.7 Carrier Ethernet Traffic Management; 1.8 Ethernet Operations, Administrations and Maintenance (OAM); 1.9 Circuit Emulation; 1.10 Ethernet Local Management Interface; 1.11 Provider Backbone Transport; 1.12 T-MPLS and MPLS-TP; 1.13 Virtual Private LAN Services; 1.14 Information Modeling
1.15 The Third NetworkChapter 2 Basic Ethernet; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 CSMA/CD; 2.3 Full Duplex, PAUSE, Autonegotiation; 2.4 Repeaters and Hubs; 2.5 Bridges; 2.6 Switches; 2.7 Physical Layer; 2.7.1 10-Mbps Ethernet; 2.7.2 Fast Ethernet; 2.7.3 Gigabit Ethernet; 2.7.4 10-Gb, 40-Gb, and 100-Gb Ethernet; 2.7.5 LAN PHY; 2.7.6 LAN PHY/WAN PHY Sublayers; 2.8 Temperature Hardening; 2.9 Standards; 2.10 Ethernet Frame Types and the EtherType Field; 2.10.1 Ethernet Frames; 2.10.2 Ethernet Address; 2.10.3 Ethernet II or DIX; 2.10.4 IEEE 802.3; 2.10.5 IEEE 802.2; 2.10.6 SNAP; 2.11 Conclusion; References
4.4.1 PWE3 Preprocessing4.4.2 Payload Convergence Layer; 4.4.3 PW Demultiplexer Layer and PSN; 4.4.4 Maintenance Reference Model; 4.5 Control Plane; 4.5.1 PWE3 over an IP PSN; 4.5.2 PWE3 over an MPLS PSN; 4.6 Multisegment Architecture; 4.7 Multisegment Pseudowire Setup Mechanisms; 4.7.1 LDP SP-PE TLV; 4.8 Resiliency; 4.9 Quality of Service and Congestion Control; 4.10 Operations and Maintenance; 4.11 Security; 4.12 Conclusions; References; Chapter 5 Ethernet Protection; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 APS Entities; 5.3 Linear Protection; 5.3.1 1 + 1 Protection Switching; 5.3.2 1:1 Protection Switching
5.3.3 Protection Switching Triggers5.3.4 APS PDU Format; 5.4 Ring Protection; 5.4.1 Protection Switching; 5.5 Link Aggregation; 5.5.1 LAG Objectives; 5.5.2 Link Aggregation Operation; 5.5.3 LACP; 5.5.4 Limitations; 5.6 Conclusion; References; Chapter 6 Carrier Ethernet Architecture and Services; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Architecture; 6.2.1 Protocol Stack; 6.2.2 ETH Layer Characteristic Information (Ethernet Frame); 6.2.3 ETH Layer Functions; 6.2.4 ETH Links; 6.3 Interfaces and Types of Connections; 6.3.1 UNI; 6.3.2 Ethernet Virtual Connection; 6.3.3 External Network-Network Interface (ENNI)
Chapter 3 Synchronization3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Application Requirements; 3.3 Synchronization Standards; 3.4 NTP/SNTP; 3.5 Precision Time Protocol (IEEE 1588); 3.6 Synchronous Ethernet Networks; 3.6.1 Clocking Methods for Synchronization; 3.6.2 Impact of Packet Network Impairments on Synchronization; 3.6.3 Stabilization Period; 3.6.4 IWF Synchronization Function; 3.6.5 PRC; 3.6.6 Operation Modes; 3.6.7 Frequency Accuracy of Slave Clock; 3.6.8 EEC; 3.7 Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 Pseudowires; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Protocol Layers; 4.3 Payload Types; 4.4 Pseudowire Architectures
Summary Includes new use cases throughout, this comprehensive resource presents applications of MEFs (Metro Ethernet Forum) Carrier Ethernet architecture and provides insight into building end-to-end systems with third network services like MPLS-TP, VPLS, and PBT. -- Edited summary from book
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Computer networks.
Ethernet (Local area network system)
Form Electronic book
Author Çankaya, Hakkı Candan, author
ISBN 163081430X (electronic bk.)
9781630814304 (electronic bk.)