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By Greg Bernstein; Bala Rajagopalan; Debanjan Saha; Safari Technical Books (Legacy Platform)

Optical community keep watch over is the 1st professional advisor and single-source reference for controlling and coping with optical networks. This e-book fills the distance among optical community engineering and routing/signaling-helping either optical and IP pros construct networks which are extra powerful, versatile, plausible, and ecocnomic. insurance contains: *Designing networks to carry a number on-demand prone from mission-critical, time-sensitive secure providers to inexpensive unprotected prone *Network keep watch over and operations in WDM/DWDM and SONET/SDH environments *Control ideas and contours for evolving mesh-based optical networks and latest ring networks-with useful examples *Emerging, proposed, and destiny optical routing/signaling protocols and criteria together with GMPLS, ASON and Optical UNI *Optical community regulate planes: layout, situations, interworking, and interactions with latest community administration structures *Crucial IETF, ITU-T, OIF, ANSI, Bellcore, and information-brought jointly for the 1st time

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Figure 3-5 shows different ways of mapping IP packets into SONET/SDH frames. In the following, we discuss some of these mechanisms. Figure 3-5. 1 IP over ATM over SONET The "Classical IP over ATM" solution supports robust transmission of IP packets over SONET/SDH using ATM encapsulation. Under this solution, each IP packet is encapsulated into an ATM Adaptation Layer Type 5 (AAL5) frame using multiprotocol LLC/SNAP encapsulation [Perez+95]. The resulting AAL5 Protocol Data Unit (PDU) is segmented into 48-byte payloads for ATM cells.

Team LiB ] [ Team LiB ] Chapter Three. 1 Introduction In the previous chapter, we described TDM and how it has been utilized in SONET and SDH standards. We noted that when SONET and SDH were developed, they were optimized for carrying voice traffic. At that time no one anticipated the tremendous growth in data traffic that would arise due to the Internet phenomenon. Today, the volume of data traffic has surpassed voice traffic in most networks, and it is still growing at a steady pace. In order to handle data traffic efficiently, a number of new features have been added to SONET and SDH.

The extended signal label is contained in bits 12 19 of the multiframe. " The remaining 12 bits are reserved for future standardization. Table 3-2. 5/VC-11-Xv unspecified 1 to 64 1600 to 102400 1600 VT2/VC-12-Xv unspecified 1 to 64 2176 to 139264 2176 VT3-Xv SPE unspecified 1 to 64 3328 to 212992 3328 VT6-Xv SPE unspecified 1 to 64 6784 to 434176 6784 Note: X is limited to 64 due the sequence indicator having 6 bits. Bit 2 of the Z7 byte is used to convey the third stage of the multistage multiframe in the form of a serial string of 32 bits (over 32 four-frame multi-frames and defined by the extended signal label).

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