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 Connection-oriented protocol - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In telecommunications, connection-oriented describes a means of transmitting data in which the devices at the end points use a preliminary protocol to establish an end-to-end connection before any data is sent.
Connection-oriented protocol service is sometimes called a "reliable" network service, because it guarantees that data will arrive in the proper sequence. /wiki/Connection-oriented_protocol

 Transmission Control Protocol - Open Encyclopedia
While it is possible for a pair of end hosts to initiate a connection between themselves simultaneously, typically one end opens a socket and listens passively for a connection from the other.
The client-side of a connection initiates an active open by sending an initial SYN segment to the server as part of the 3-way handshake.
A 16-bit checksum, consisting of the one's complement of the one's complement sum of the contents of the TCP segment header and data, is computed by a sender, and included in a segment transmission. /Transmission_Control_Protocol

 High-Tech Dictionary Definition
A way of transmitting data that requires a connection be established first.After connection is established, the data is transferred, then the connection is released.Examples of connection-oriented transmission are Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and most wide area networks (WANs).Contrast connectionless. /resources/dictionary/definition.html?lookup=186

 Connection Oriented
A connection oriented protocol is the opposite of a connection-less protocol.
To be connection-oriented means to have a dedicated pipeline that exists for as long as the connection is maintained.
Classify the connections used in class as either connection-oriented or connection-less. /~pazdanro/vocab/vocab_frames/conn_orient.html

 Patent 6370112: Seamless path switchover in a connection-oriented packet network
In a connection oriented packet network such as an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), or frame relay network, a connection (e.g., an ATM Permanent Virtual Circuit) (PVC) may need be moved to a replacement path despite the fact that the existing path is operational.
In packet switching connection oriented networks, a user digital data stream is broken into discrete units (for example of 48 bytes each).
In the context of moving a connection from one path (the existing path) to another path, (the replacement path) we refer to the switch at which the two paths diverge as the originating switch, and we refer to the switch at which the two paths again converge as the destination switch. /6370112.html

 #26933: Connection Oriented and Connectionless Sockets (originally published 9/91)
Connection Oriented and Connectionless Sockets ---------- -------- --- -------------- ------- This article describes connection and connectionless sockets and gives guidelines for proper use.
Choosing Connection Oriented Sockets -------- ---------- -------- ------- Connection-oriented socket applications usually transfer large amounts of data.
Connection Oriented and Connectionless Sockets (originally published 9/91) /search/

 Zvon - RFC 1270 [SNMP Communications Services] - Connection Oriented vs. Connectionless
For connection oriented transports, the transport ACK does not necessarily indicate delivery of data to the destination application process (for TCP, see section 2.6 of [ 4 ]).
In the face of pathological network problems, a connection oriented transport protocol may simply cease to operate because the probability of getting all of these packets through reduces to a very small number.
A connection must be established, the request Message sent and the response returned, and then the connection closed for each operation. /tmRFC/RFC1270/Output/chapter6.html

 Connection-Oriented and Connectionless Protocols
Connectionless protocols differ markedly from connection-oriented protocols in that they do not provide the capability for error, sequence and flow control.
An everyday example of a connection-oriented protocol is a telephone call.
The first phase is the connection setup phase, during which the corresponding entities establish the connection and negotiate the parameters defining the connection. /published/internetworkMobility/split/node11.html

 Connection-oriented software downloads
EtherDetect is an easy for use and award-winning packet sniffer and network protocol analyzer, which provides a connection-oriented view for analyzing packet s more effectively.
Details of each connection are shown in a list called the connection table, including remote hostnames and IP addresses, port s used, status, age, and program.
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 Internetworking Connectionless and Connection-Oriented Networks
Whether a connection is set up prior to data exchange or not is a property of whether the network is CO or CL, not whether the network is packet- or circuit-switched.
If connections are only set up on demand, it stands to reason that CL datagrams may arrive at an internetworking gateway and face the situation of having to wait until a connection is set up.
However, information about the connections in CO networks helps in providing service guarantees and, furthermore, makes it possible to most efficiently use network resources (e.g., bandwidth) by "switching" them to appropriate connections as they are set up. /ci/private/1999/dec/Veerar.html

 Learn more about Transport layer in the online encyclopedia.
TCP is the more complicated, providing a connection and byte oriented stream which is almost error free, with flow control, multiple ports, and same order delivery.
In the IP protocol Stack this function is achieved by the connection oriented Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or the datagram type User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
The idea is that the Network layer implements whatever set of options is easiest: for some underlying networks it is easiest to implement connectionless communication, while for others it is easiest to implement connection oriented communication. /t/tr/transport_layer.html

 World Intellectual Property Organization
The encrypted call and connection information may then be provided along with a subsequent call request message to the connection oriented network 302.
The encrypted call and connection information may then be provided along with a subsequent call request message to the source connection oriented network 502Y.
That is, where a connection between Client Call Controllers is setup using a first call and a path segment in the first call experiences a fault, the connection may be set up using a previously established second call. /ipdl/IPDL-CIMAGES/view/pct/getbykey5?KEY=03/107689.031224&ELEMENT_SET=DECL

Connection oriented means that a virtual connection is established before any user data is transferred.
If the connection cannot be established - the user program is notified.
If the connection is ever interrupted - the user program(s) is notified. /courses/netprog/lectures/ppthtml/tcpip/sld044.htm

 ::::: TCP/IP Protocols :::::
TCP is the connection-oriented protocol, amongst the TCP/IP protocol stack, which operates at the transport layer.
To establish a TCP connection, a three-step handshake is exchanged between sender and receiver to establish a dialogue before data is transmitted.
The window size normally is determined by an algorithm coded into the TCP protocol stack, and varies according to the characteristics of the host machines and network in use. /u0213985/H2H.html

 Connection-Oriented and Connectionless Services (Linktionary term)
Connection-oriented methods may be implemented in the data link layers of the protocol stack and/or in the transport layers of the protocol stack, depending on the physical connections in place and the services required by the systems that are communicating.
For example, X.25 packet-switching networks perform extensive error checking and packet acknowledgment because the services were originally implemented on poor-quality telephone connections.
It is generally believed that the underlying network should do what it does best, which is deliver data bits as quickly as possible. /c/connections.html

 Siemens Communications Lexicon - connection oriented (CO)
Connection oriented refers to the data exchange between computers where the source data are confirmed by the target.
A connection needs to be established between the communicating parties.
If an error condition occurs during the transmission, the parties inform the other side of the connection. /communications/lexicon/9/f004909.htm Connection oriented
HG-CSP has always been connection oriented, which has too main advantages.
Initially, a TCP connection does not use the full bandwidth available because of behavior referred to as slow start ; to avoid a network overload only few a packets are sent during the start of the connection.
When dealing with a traditional HTTP 1.0 request, a TCP/IP connection is opened for the request and closed when the request is finished. /rp_feedback/n81

 Definition: connection-oriented mode transmission
Note 2: Connection-oriented mode transmission usually enables detection of lost, erroneous, duplicated, or out-of-sequence packets because a connection is established from end to end before transmission begins.
Note 3: The ITU-T X.25 protocols are widely used to implement connection-oriented mode transmission on packet-switched public data networks.
The header of each information packet contains a sequence number and an identifier field that associates the packet with the connection that was established during the access phase before the information transfer phase begins. /~bing/fs-1037d/_connection-oriented_mode_transmission.html

 Connection oriented
A single connection is established for the session
When the session is over, the connection is broken. /ClientServer/arch/arch.sgml-010.html

 Functions for Connection-Oriented Transactionless Endpoints (IM: OT)
To use connection-oriented transactionless endpoints, you must first establish a connection, as described in the previous section, and then use the
Equally, options are defined when the connection is established; therefore, it is not necessary to specify options when sending data.
Because the endpoints are already connected, it is not necessary to specify a destination address. /dev/techsupport/insidemac/OpenTransport/OpenTransport-64.html

 Transmission Control Protocol
Let us consider a TCP connection between host A and B and focus on the data stream being sent from host A to host B. At the sending host (A), TCP is passed application-layer data, which it frames into segments and then passes on to IP.
After the TCP connection is established but before any data is sent, the client is waiting for byte 79 and the server is waiting for byte 42.
This is done to minimize the possibility a segment that is still present in the network from an earlier, already-terminated connection between two hosts is mistaken for a valid segment in a later connection between these same two hosts (who also happen to be using the same port numbers as the old connection) [Sunshine 78]. /kurose/transport/segment.html

 Examples: Connection-oriented server designs introduction
In the example server programs, the number of incoming connections that the server allows depends on the first parameter that is passed to the server.
Instead of creating a new job each time a connection is received, the incoming connection is given to a job that is already active.
This type of design removes the need to give the incoming connection to a worker job, and saves the performance overhead that is associated with that operation. /pubs/html/as400/v4r5/ic2924/info/RZAB6COSDO.HTM

 RFC 2513 (rfc2513) - Managed Objects for Controlling the Collection and St
Once the record is generated, the checksum is calculated over the whole connection record (including the starting SEQUENCE OF and the trailing end-of-contents octets, if used), and then the zeros are overwritten (at the saved location) by the calculated value of the checksum.
Each connection record contains a sequence of values for each identified tuple, in the same order as the tuples are identified in the header information.
The age of a connection is the elapsed time since it was last installed. /rfcs/rfc2513.html

 Is HTTPS connectionless or connection-oriented?
Part of the protocal established the connection and agrees on a remote random key to do the encryption.
It will then notify you when a HHTPS connection is established and when it is closed.
Thats part of the reason the connection is maintained. /8/000161.html

 Zvon - RFC 1932 [IP over ATM: A Framework Document] - Connection Oriented and Connectionless Tradeoffs
Table 4: Connection Oriented vs. Connectionless - c) a pure connectionless approach Work in progress is addressing how QoS requirements might be expressed and how the local decisions might be made as to whether those requirements are best and/or most cost effectively accomplished using ATM or IP capabilities.
In the past, strong advocates of pure connection oriented and pure connectionless architectures have argued intensely.
Other IP services such as DNS, are ill suited for connection oriented delivery, due to their normal very short duration (typically one packet in each direction). /tmRFC/RFC1932/Output/chapter5.html

 U.S. Pregrant 20040249948 - Performing application layer transactions during the connection establishment phase of connection-oriented protocols
When a client issues a network transaction like HTTP requests to a server, such requests may require a connection to be established between the client and the server over a reliable transport like TCP (if no such connection is available).
Client and server side intermediate components simulate connection establishment making it appear to corresponding application layers that a connection is established.
This invention attempts to reduce this delay by transparently executing idempotent transactions in parallel with the connection establishment phase. /uspregrant20040249948.html

 Connection-Oriented Functions: Temporary signaling Connections
The release starts at each end of the connection (symmetric procedure), and may be triggered by an upper-layer stimulus or by the maintenance of the SCCP itself.
In particular, the functions which are operable during the data transfer phase are chosen by a selection function of the connection establishment phase.
Release functions of the connection release phase can disconnect the signaling connection regardless of the current phase of the connection. /~anand/voip/reports/survey/html/node26.html

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 Connection-Oriented Service
Routing decision is made once, at start of connection /abento/650/enter-internet/sld035.htm

 TCP Connection-Oriented
retvalue = socket descriptor assigned to new connection /vu/course/cs423/Lessons/Topic3/Client_Design/sld034.htm

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